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Joel Lambert is a combat veteran of the United States Navy SEAL Teams, where, among many other things, he became proficient in basic and advanced SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance & Escape) skills, urban evasion, fieldcraft, tracking, counter-tracking, booby traps, and all the rest of the tricks and techniques he uses to evade capture on his Discovery Channel show titled LONE TARGET in the US and MANHUNT in the rest of the world.

Posts by Joel Lambert

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Kilimanjaro UTAC Knife Review

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Alright, full disclosure: I’m endorsing Kilimanjaro, and I had input in designing some of the line, so be advised of that when you read this review. I’m not exactly impartial; this is a blade that was created to be what I like, what I want to use, at a price[…] Continue Reading

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Cool Kit of the Week: A-K Band

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We’re gonna kick off our “new item of the week” column with a handy little piece of kit that I’ve been using myself for a couple months now, the AK(anti-kidnapping) Band from Gearward.com. I’ve talked a bit about Escape and Evasion kits, or E&E kits, and what is usually carried[…] Continue Reading

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Evading Capture When Crossing Roads

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Sometimes you can’t avoid hanging yourself out there when being hunted, but the trick is to minimize the exposure window, and of course, leave no sign or spoor. Here I talk about some basics when crossing roads.

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Catfish 101

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Things sure have changed since I was active in the SEAL Teams. I’ve been working in Hollywood and have a successful international TV show now, and my life has changed in the expected ways, and some completely unexpected ones. I try to be really active in my social media, I[…] Continue Reading

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Escape and Evasion Kit: Household Items to use as Tinder

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Tinder, or the initial fuel source to build your fire with, is an absolute essential in a survival situation, and one that you should always have with you, if at all possible. Here we explore a couple household items that can very easily be packed into your E&E kit.