Sad Scout Tutorials – Speed and Evasion [Noise, Mild, & Litter Self-discipline]
Sad Scout Tutorials – Speed and Evasion [Noise, Mild, & Litter Self-discipline]
What's up guys black scout survival and today we're going to be going over escaping evasion noise light and litter discipline and you know this is a very very important topic not only for skipping invasion but also for counter-tracking or anti-tracking you know trying to get rid.
Of trackers and some of these topics i'll probably cover in future videos when we go over like counter-tracking techniques but escaping evasion noise light and litter discipline is paramount and also for tactical movement and tactical operations.
But basically you know these few things is basically how to reduce your signature in a wilderness environment and as well as an urban environment just reducing that signature that you've been there or made movement there we're going to go over a few techniques a few tips.
And help you in this type of noise light and litter discipline all right guys so let's first go over noise discipline and you know initially let's think about our um our own alarms or you know noises and ring tones and stuff we have watches make sure your alarms and and.
Stuff like that all your little beeping is off your cell phone make sure that's cut off and if you do have a cell phone i mean in a skeptical situation you really don't need to have cell phone on you anyway not only because of noise but just because they can track cell phones.
But another thing is like when you're walking through the woods you know you can you hear lots of snapping of twigs leaves and stuff like that you can't completely make that disappear but you can get like some thick wool socks and and large wool socks that will fit over your boots.
Put them over your boots and they'll kind of mask that noise you know and it will reduce some signature spore that you may leave uh from from tracks not totally but it will help some you know but we'll get in that stuff in a counter tracking in the future like i said that'll help reduce that uh.
Noise it'll give some um you know insulation between you the heavy boot surface and hard boot surface to that soft crunchy materials down below the other thing is is that your uh water you know y'all carry water hydration bladders you know make a lot of sloshing.
And stuff like that because they always have air in them ideally you want your water to be full you know because you hear this you can hear that very well but the problem is you can't keep your waterfall a lot of times you gotta drink it you know but ideally you wanna have your.
Water full now in the military what we did was if we sat down we'd open one canteen and share it with all the guys until it was empty and then put that one back in the canteen that way we'd all drink out of one canteen till we finish it off that way we had no slosh and we had all full canteens and.
Some guys had empty canteens but if you're in a group that works but if you're by yourself that's not gonna work you know so try to keep it full don't use hydration bladders but you can also get some something like insulate the noise you know you can hear this worse than you can hear you know this and.
Especially if it's down inside your pack it's going to help kind of reduce that noise but another thing you can do is is uh or that you need to do is secure your straps on your pack you know you see all these pack straps that kind of like hang down you see this tape here you can get this.
Coyote take from battle systems llc but let me just take this off i got both of them taped up but you see this strap like this you know i got all this stuff hanging off the side you know i tied these up these things will snag branches and stuff and they'll make noise.
You know you want anything tied up or cinched up and so it doesn't break or snap any twigs and make noises while you're moving through the wilderness so you want to place your straps up and police any gear that's hanging off the side or anything like that anything that's making noise or rattling.
You want to reduce that velcro you don't want to be using that when you're out there because that makes noise too but you know just trying to reduce that noise another good thing before you go out on a movement you know jump up and down.
With all your gear on put it all on your pack and everything and jump up and down anything you hear rattling or moving go ahead and fix that up you know buckles or anything metal buckles is moving like on your rifle or something you take them things up but that's pretty much the basis of noise discipline um.
Just anything loose or rattles in your pack you know canteens cover your boots to reduce those noise and just cut off all alarms and stuff like that and don't talk be quiet you know when you're moving through don't be loud just be very quiet don't talk.
Unless you have to use hand and arm signals you know but uh let's go ahead and go over light discipline okay now let's go over light discipline light discipline obviously you know using flashlights you want to have filters on them you know like these red filters.
You know stuff like that um like i went over in tactical lighting video you can watch right here um if you do by some kind of chance have to use um a white light make sure you cover one eye so you don't ruin the night vision in both eyes like i said you always want to.
Use you know uh a red beam but let's say you have to do a tactical you know like map check like i've shown in videos before where you cover yourself up and you use a white light then you cover that eye but when you're moving through the wilderness i see a lot of people.
They'll use flashlights whatever when they're moving through the wilderness don't use anything use the moon it's bright enough i promise you after you get your night vision focused you can move just fine with that you want to make sure that you're not using any lights and stuff on your watches.
And as far as watches you know this glass right here this is a soon to military core but uh and it's all blacked out but that glass right there can cause a glint you know a watch glimp a glare glimpse you want to flip that watch around towards you make sure you don't have a metal or if your buckle's metal here.
And it's silver make sure you black it out but that way any glass glint is going to be at you and not at people going out jewelry obviously you don't have any of that on you know wedding ring stuff like that take that off or just wear gloves sleeves are down camouflage you want to use you know face paint.
Camouflage style face paint candy up your face any exposed skin and we'll go over camouflaging in detail or later in the future but your knives you know if you're using silver knives like this is a actual uh bead blasted.
Survive knife so it doesn't have any glare on it but let's say you do have a knife with a glare you may want to go with something like a black and blade like this uh black coated uh survive uh gs07 which you wanna use non-glare knives you know something bright like a mora presses puts off a major uh flash in the.
Wilderness so you know if if you do have a knife that's very flashy or something spray paint if you're going to be going in an ene situation or a technical situation spray paint it leave the edge you know leave a part of the edge unpainted i mean it's a tool so it's not don't.
Worry about if it looks pretty or not obviously you don't want to smoke for one because the smell two for the uh the light it gives off at night especially with mbgs you can see that stuff for a mile away you know i've looked through images and seen somebody smoking from from far away it looks like a beacon.
Light going off and just just your own eyes you can see somebody when they take that inhale and gives off that so no smoking don't do that in any way because it's unhealthy but uh another thing about night vision goggles you want to break up your outline because even though you if you're all.
Cam it up and stuff like that you're wearing neutral colors you're moving in the darkness somebody with mvgs can see that human outline that you have so you don't break up your outline pattern and stuff like that but anyhow most of these things are pretty.
Self-explanatory you know any kind of gear that you may have on your pack any buttons or anything like that snaps you want to paint those make those uh non-reflective let's go ahead and go over to litter discipline okay guys so let's talk about litter discipline you can see there's some mre trash here.
Water bottle cigarette butt um and you know some eating stuff basically you know i can see this this looks like once person's trash because there's a water bottle one cigarette and just a few things on one spoon you know this uh litter like this can one leave a trail.
Two show your uh your enemies or trackers that you're eating you have food um they can show you what what you're eating and you can see you know this is obviously somebody you know if i this wasn't in a foreign country and i was tracking somebody i'd say oh.
They have mres so they're probably know what they're doing they're uh trained ex uh ex or former military and or they're you know into preparedness and they uh know about mres so this person is gonna uh i'm gonna have to be smarter than so.
Litter discipline you know you don't want to be walking through and breaking twigs and stuff like that you know uh leaving just any kind of trash or waste on the foot uh on the footprints left you know on the ground and stuff like that and we'll cover some of that stuff in in future vids.
But also you gotta think about waste too and this is kind of a crazy thing to say but you know all your solid waste you're gonna have to pack it out you know you need to carry bags for that you have to pack it out you don't want to leave it around because if you do leave it around then people are gonna be able to find it.
And or see it dogs can smell it and i'll leave them to you but this was escaping invasion noise light and litter discipline hopefully this helps you out in any kind of situations you may find yourself in but check out blackstocksville.com for more tips and tutorials and if you haven't subscribed.
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