Every group should have intelligence collection and analysis capabilities. Sam Culper – patriot and former Army Intelligence Analyst – is the best source in the country to meet those intelligence training needs. He has proven to be the leading source for training patriots, preppers, militia, III%, mutual aid groups, community emergency response groups, and more, in developing the intelligence collection and analysis skillsets required to make informed decisions in any environment.
You don’t realize what you don’t know. Learn how to turn the information around you and your community into useful intelligence.
Intelligence Preparation of the Community (IPC) Course
Spokane area: Friday thru Sunday 29-31 May Intelligence Preparation of the Community is absolutely the best use of your time for getting prepared. In this IPC course, Sam will take you through a four step process for analyzing your community and the likely threats like an Army Intelligence Analyst. IPC is based on the Army’s Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield, which supports warfighting. Sam has taken that Army process and converted it for the uses of the Patriot-Prepper. From start to finish, you’ll churn out several Intelligence products for your area that will help you to reduce uncertainty and prioritize your limited resources according to your likely threats. Just some of the areas covered: – Community Defense Strategy – Identifying Critical Infrastructure – Threat Identification – Threat Analysis – Physical and Human Terrain Analysis – Generating Intelligence Requirements – How to Collect Intelligence Information This is a three day course designed to teach you how to use Intelligence and be prepared for the future. Fri, 29 May: Operations Security (OPSEC) – Learn best practices for security Sat, 30 May: IPC 1 Sun, 31 May: IPC 2 The class will meet each day from 0900-1700, with a 30 to 60-minute break for lunch as well as several breaks throughout the day. There’s plenty of time for Q&A and Sam will be there to help you develop actionable Intelligence for your area. Course cost is $300 (Full Three-Day Course)
Course cost is $250 for Sat/Sun (Two-day-only) IPC 1 & 2 Included below are a sampling of testimonials from prior students.
To pre-register, or if you have any questions
Sam will be in the Pacific Northwest this summer! If you’d like to sponsor a training in your community and you can bring in 5 students besides yourself, contact Sam at the email above to coordinate bringing an IPC weekend course to your community.
CAN’T MAKE THE SPOKANE TRAINING? Check out the other training dates:
*29-31 MAY* – Spokane, WA – OPSEC <http://guerrillamerica.com/opsec/> + Intelligence Preparation of the Community
*05-07 JUN* – Yakima, WA – OPSEC <http://guerrillamerica.com/opsec/> + Intelligence Preparation of the Community – 20 Seats
*12-14 JUN* – Seattle, WA – OPSEC <http://guerrillamerica.com/opsec/> + Intelligence Preparation of the Community
*20-21 JUN* – Yakima, WA – 2015 Arms Expo <http://www.arms-expo.com/>
*26-28 JUN* – Open Dates – WA/OR/ID/UT/MT
*10-12 JUL* – Open Dates – WA/OR/ID/UT/MT
“What I liked the most about the [Intelligence Preparation of the Community] course is that it made me realize that there is a lot of information that could be gathered for our AO that would be extremely difficult to obtain in SHTF scenarios.” – Sebastian A.
“I truly received more than I bargained for with the IPC course. After taking this course it is apparent that learning to protect one’s family through “Intelligence Preparation of the Community” is just as crucial (if not more) as any other type of self defense training. Sam is professional and takes time to respond to questions and comments, as well as provide enough instruction and study material to keep his students learning for quite some time. The courses are MORE than affordable, and if it was the difference between saving the money for the course by not eating for a few days or not buying the IPC course, I’d gladly lose a couple pounds. That’s how valuable these courses are.” – Chris in MI
“I cannot say enough about how much I have learned from Mr. Culper with the [Intelligence Preparation of the Community] class and I fully plan to take more classes in the future. I want to be an asset to my family and community.” – Brian in SC