The Tracking Stick, as well for Man tracking as for animal tracking, introduced in a sort of "official way" by Jack Kearney, is no doubt a valuable tool for the Tracker to determine the Rob Speiden so-called Prime Sign Area (Foundations for Awareness, Signcutting and Tracking) where you can easily find the next track once … Continue reading The Tracking Stick.
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Cut out from: Reviewed Work: Footprints: Collection, Analysis, and Interpretation by Louise M. Robbins Review by: Russell H. Tuttle American Anthropologist New Series, Vol. 88, No. 4 (Dec., 1986)
Frederic Remington, "Apache".
JB did not like to have bad thoughts of Lorna at all, he never did. He had given her many more chances than any other good Tracker he had to deal with, and why she was stuck in his head like a completely rusty nail but he did not let it surrender. He liked to … Continue reading The chase. Part seven.
And in the end she really came. The Local Police cars were semi-circular, and the area was clearly, at least once, a part of a forest. Now the Douglas Firs had been torn for a long time, and here there were only the blades of those who were big logs. The moss had done the … Continue reading The chase. Part three.
"Recent high profile events around the country have illustrated the need for tactical tracking for law enforcement officers and agents. The murder of Park Ranger Margaret Anderson in Mt. Rainier National Park, Peter Keller’s murder of his family in Washington State, Aaron Bassler’s murder of a public official near Fort Bragg, Calif. and the recent … Continue reading FLETC Journal, Summer 2013