PAWME CHETE! Lots have been said about this special Regiment of the British Army during the Rhodesia War (1973-1980, year of the constitution of Zimbabwe). They were aimed to the “the clandestine elimination of terrorists/terrorism both within and without the country“. That’s why I firmly think it’s peculiar to recommend you the best and more complete … Continue reading History of Man Tracking: Selous Scouts.
The story of the Old American Frontier is totally entwined with the legendary figures of the Mountain Men, also called Trappers, as their primary business was coming across the territory of Missouri toward the Rocky Mountains in search of beaver furs to sell. Below you can find an interesting extract from “Trappers, Traders, and Trailblazers: … Continue reading History of Tracking: Mountain Men and Trappers.
One of the most outstanding cases of excellence in Tracking can be related to Aborigenal Trackers, becoming legendary to the minds and eyes of the White People, whose first Colonies started established in the Isle in 1788. To them, Aboriginal Trackers did have such an inner, magic, misty power: they are able to follow a … Continue reading History of Man Tracking: 1834, FreMantle (Australia).
Tracking has been an essential skill to Primitive Men, as it happened to be the cornerstone of their survival ability, and also their will to. Years before the Man started to devote himself to plantations and farms, the Tracking expertise allowed him to follow his game in every kind of scenario: forests, meadows, grasslands, savanna, and … Continue reading History of Man Tracking-The Primitive Era.
“Ab Taylor, plain-spoken Texan who became a legend in the arcane art of man-tracking during three decades with the U.S. Border Patrol and later taught children how to survive if they became lost in the wild […] As he patrolled the rugged, unpopulated stretches of the U.S.-Mexico border, Taylor developed expertise in looking for the small … Continue reading Ab Taylor.