Welcome to the Tracking Issue of Survival Quarterly Magazine! As you know, each of our issues here at Survival Quarterly roughly follows the same titles of our Telly Award Winning Instructional DVD’s with a few other skills included as well. If you haven’t seen any of our WoodsMaster, Cave Cooking and UrbanMaster DVD’s, then you are really missing out on a lot of high quality, in depth, accurate, and fun-to-watch instruction. Sure there are “free” YouTube videos out on the internet, but sometimes in life you get what you pay for. There are a lot of good videos out there, some are accurate and some are actually downright dangerous. It is difficult for the student to know whether information is accurate or not and therefore is the reason it is VERY important to research and obtain information by the leaders in the industry and it is important to seek information from reputable sources.
There have been a few changes here at Survival Quarterly Magazine. I am sure that just flipping through the pages you will see a new layout and slightly different format. Tiffany Rockwell, who has been our Associate Editor and Art Director for the past several issues, has moved on to a new chapter in her life. She did a fabulous job for SQ and will always be a part of the SQ family. We want to thank Tiffany for all of her hard work and creativity that she brought to the pages of SQ Mag.
I want to introduce Tiffany’s replacement, Joshua Swanagon. Joshua, as you know, has been a contributing staff writer for SQ since our very first issue. He has been a friend of Ron and mine for many years. He is not only versed in the skills of Urban Defense (He owns the Urban Defense Institute), he is also a very talented graphics designer and he works for some of the largest and big named websites in the world. I hope you welcome him to the new position with open arms. If you want to write to either Tiffany or to Joshua, you may do so by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would also like to introduce our new official artist of Survival Quarterly Magazine. Cutter Hays did a wonderful job on the cover of this magazine. I wrote to him a few sentences about what I wanted in the cover and tada….he came up with this. Exactly what I wanted! You can see his information in the “About the Cover” on the Table of Contents page.
Additionally, starting with next issue, we will be starting a new section called “Letters to the editor.” So please, if you‘d like to write to us to let us know what you think, or have any questions…. please do so to the above email address and we might just print what you have to say.
We also want to thank new contributor Ted Nugent for joining us for a little fun around the SQ Campfire! He will be “stopping in” from time to time with a few words for the survival minded…..
Again – Thank you Tiffany for a job well done… Welcome Joshua to a new chapter in SQ…..Let’s keep this party going…….
Survival Quarterly – where we make learning about Survival – FUN!God Bless!
|Publisher & Editor-in-Chief||Karen Hood|
|Associate Editor & Art Director||Joshua Swanagon|
|Director of Marketing||Gayla Fleming|
|Staff Photographer||Mag Behrmann|
|Staff Editors||Dave Williams
|Special Guest Author||Ted Nugent|
|Canadian Field Editor||David Jaye|
|Preponomics Editor||Jeff Fleming|
|Always with us||Ron Hood|
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