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FO Podcast 006 – John Mosby on Community Organizing

On today’s podcast, we talk with “John Mosby”, a former U.S. Army Ranger and Special Forces soldier.  He’s a full time tactical trainer, and writes the Mountain Guerrilla Blog for Forward Observer.


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Mike Shelby is a former military intelligence NCO and contract intelligence analyst. He spent three years in Iraq and Afghanistan and is now the intelligence and warfare researcher at Forward Observer.


  1. I really liked that podcast. I think that when it comes to your community – you do really have to be part of it to make a difference. As John said “all sides of the gov’t represent the same Marxist non-sense” (paraphrased), However, alienating your friends, family and neighbors in the process of telling people about it really does nothing to help the situation.

    Thanks again for the hard work.

  2. This is exactly what I expected out of JM. There really no variation than when I trained with him. For new listeners or folks, I recommend listening to this at least twice. If you don’t understand, listen to it again. There are very specific instructions here that are coincident to historical events for folks who are concerned with and want to live in a “free society”. 🙂

  3. Sam. This Mosby interview should be a 25-part segment.
    I agree with previous posters that he could fill his own hour each week if he were so inclined.
    As your time and popularity permits, drilling down into these subjects will afford listeners to compare and apply these discussions to their own, unique, situations..
    Excellent work so far.
    Cudos from the New Amsterdam Resistance!

  4. To John’s comment on FID focus over UW in Special Forces. For the last three to four years, USASFC has emphasized UW in a way not seen in quite a while. These changes include an increased emphasis on language proficiency including not allowing 18 series personnel to attend special schools or NCOES without being a 1/1 in their language, groups refocusing on their regional languages vice arabic and pashto and free fall parachuting as a more UW friendly infiltration method compared to rotary wing and static line infil. There are other organizational changes and emphasis on certain skills courses.

    Thought you might be interested.

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