Former US Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent Jonathan T. Gilliam brings his unique professional perspective to teach you the art of awareness and attack avoidance by sharing unconventional warfare techniques and how to think like an attacker.
Fight back, because we are sheep no more! This personal safety and security book comes armed to the teeth with empowering techniques so you can be your own expert at protecting your life.
Weekly, there are major threats, mass killings, terrorist attacks and even weather-related disasters—the list goes on. And this increasingly dangerous world includes more violent and deadly threats that are specifically targeting everyday civilians. You.
This is the definitive “safety bible” that links the leading expert on personal safety with civilians. For the first time, you can make educated predictions using the new key questions of “Who, Why, Where, When, and How” from the attacker’s point of view.
No one really expects violent situations to occur—but they do, and usually without advance warning or your control. End the guessing game of safety and security by following the techniques inside Sheep No More. Think like an attacker in order to build better defenses. Your life may depend on it.
|Publisher:||Post Hill Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents
Foreword Sean Hannity xii
Introduction: Warning-This Book Will Change the Way You See the World xvi
Key Terms xxiv
Part 1 The Attacker 1
Chapter 1 What Is the Attacker Mindset? 3
Chapter 2 What Is an Attack? 10
Part 2 Building an Attacker's Target Package 20
Chapter 3 Charting Target Package Information 22
Chapter 4 Remote Information Collection 46
Chapter 5 On-Site Information Verification and Collection 58
Part 3 The Defender 72
Chapter 6 Defender Mindset 75
Chapter 7 Defensive Actions 104
Part 4 Escape, Evade, Fight, and Fear 119
Chapter 8 Escape 122
Chapter 9 Evade 129
Chapter 10 Fight 134
Chapter 11 Fear Is Not a Gift 145
Chapter 12 A Final Warning 159
Part 5 Putting it all together 168
Chapter 13 One Last Case Study 169
One last Prediction 188
About the Author 191