Trying to think next level/layer of preparedness. As I understand it, knowledge is power and information that leads to intelligence is essential for security. Looking for tips on doing an area study. I have Sam Culper's SHTF Neighborhood Security book and am working through it little by little.
Maps: USGS, ArcGis, openstreetmaps, TOPO, DeLorme, Google maps... Demographics: age, politics, income, etc. Terrain & Environment: Mountains, valley, desert, farmland, waterfront; rural, urban, suburban. Other Tools: "Quarterback" armbands, Battle Board, Rite In The Rain notebooks, Field Notes notebooks, basic spiral notepad, clipboards, dry erase boards, polycarbonate clear sheets, etc. Looking at relatively inexpensive and/or free or mostly open source info & resources. What books, Field Manuals, pdfs, maps, websites do people recommend?
Obviously, SALT/SALUTE reports on intel and OPFOR movements. Also how are you implementing them? Binders, battle boards, ref cards to put in "quarterback" armbands...
Something I came across that may prove helpful if your into this stuff, http://companyleader.themilitaryleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/How-To-Make-a-Briefing-Board-1.pdf
or buy one... https://battleboard.us/