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Bob Gaskin is a former Marine Corps Infantryman who served his country from 1989 to 1995. He is a Conservative, Patriot, Veteran, Christian, Pro-Gun advocate, Pro-Free Market, Pro-Life, Astronomer, DC Lobbyist, and Historian.

He is currently a Firearms instructor as well as a Survival Instructor at his Disaster Preparedness Boot Camp. Bob speaks at Preparedness Expos and Seminars all over the country. His purpose is to help people overcome their fears about natural or man-made disasters through education and understanding.

In his spare time, he has written a book entitled Society Ending Events: The First 180 Days, and a newer book, Morals of Prepping–– Mental, Emotional & Spiritual Prepping.

Bob has a strong personal belief that by the end of the year 2016, Earth will have gone through a series of events that will bring about a Society-Ending Event in the U.S. He also believes that less than 6% of the population will survive this period. He feels that the more people he can convince to stop listening to the smokescreen rhetoric prevalent in the media and propagated by fear-mongering conspiracy theorists and get them to start their own research, they will discover for themselves the truth of what lies ahead and be able to survive.

Bob also operates Black Dog Gun Range, the largest privately-owned law enforcement training facility in Tennessee. The gun range, offers 27 different live-fire ranges, a 66,000 square foot indoor training facility with 50,000 square foot modular “kill house,” and 11 no-fire training ranges. Some of the training specialties are: Standard and Advanced Firearms Training, SWAT Training, Hand Gun Carry Permit Class, and Combat Focus Shooting Class.

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