Stealth Gear Showcase: Stealth Technique

Responding to subscriber requests, this next exhibit of Stealth Technique is an overview of the gear he most frequently uses for covert excursions onto rooftops and beneath urban terrain. A few of the items exhibited may very well be a standard for stealth practice for a number of reasons: Gloves: First of all, the hands … Continue reading Stealth Gear Showcase: Stealth Technique

Eliminating Dogs: A Parallel Between CIA and Ninjutsu Techniques

Dogs continue to be effective security measures in deterrence of criminal activity and espionage. With superhuman hearing and excellent olfactory senses, a couple of good dogs left about a restricted area are sure to sniff out threats and raise alarm if someone or something suspicious is close to a protected perimeter. For a shinobi-no-mono, the … Continue reading Eliminating Dogs: A Parallel Between CIA and Ninjutsu Techniques

Shochu Kokorozuke no Koto – The Art of Giving Attention to Insects

This tradition, known as the 'art of giving attention to insects', is found within the Hoi no Maki transmitted to Chikamatsu Shigenori. Being that the Hoi no Maki is a 'Volume of Principles', one should be mindful of the principle inherent within Shochu Kokorozuke no Koto - that of Situational Awareness. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9rPnqHkCEk&feature=youtu.be It could be … Continue reading Shochu Kokorozuke no Koto – The Art of Giving Attention to Insects

Shadow Work: How to Learn the ‘Shadow Arts’

The ways of modern and historical "shadow" agents are not typically dispensed in a format available to the general public. This is understandable as modern shadow agencies continue to secret away the technical capabilities and operations of their agents (much like the kuden 'redactions' of ancient Japanese ninjutsu manuals) in order to keep their enemies in … Continue reading Shadow Work: How to Learn the ‘Shadow Arts’

Crossbow: ‘Stealth Weapon’

Crossbows may be slow to reload, but they are 'stealth weapons' nonetheless that should be respected for the sheer deadliness they can project. The crossbow used in this next exhibit boasts a 170lb. pull. It is slow to reload but quieter than non-supressed firearms. A single bolt to the head or vital organ can neutralize … Continue reading Crossbow: ‘Stealth Weapon’

Hands of Stealth: Use the Fingertips – Stealth Movement

Specific techniques and disciplines originate in light of a specific context. This principle is demonstrated in 'Hands of Stealth' where Stealth Technique, in his customary style, performs fingertip maneuvers on an undisclosed rooftop after rainfall. The context: Wet surfaces The technique: Keep the hands dry The exhibited 'fingertip technique' of stealth movement is meant to … Continue reading Hands of Stealth: Use the Fingertips – Stealth Movement

Chinese Intelligence Fronts Using LinkedIn to Recruit Spies

The U.S. counter-intelligence chief William Evanina has alleged that American-based company LinkedIn is currently at the center of a Chinese spy recruiting effort aimed at thousands of individuals holding positions that may grant access to government and commercial trade secrets. Paul Rockwell, the head of Trust and Safety at LinkedIn has confirmed to Reuter's that … Continue reading Chinese Intelligence Fronts Using LinkedIn to Recruit Spies

Stealth: 5 Fundamental Ground Techniques in Continuous Movement

Like any other skillset that blooms out of a core set of physical movements, training for stealth requires drill and conditioning. It is one thing to master a single stealth technique, such as a low-crawl or hand-assist crouch, but it is quite another to pull a combination of movements together into a seamless tapestry of … Continue reading Stealth: 5 Fundamental Ground Techniques in Continuous Movement