Florida Survivalists train children too

Credit: Brian Blanco / Reuters

Credit: Brian Blanco / Reuters

Jim Foster, leader of the North Florida Survival Group, radios group members to check their status as they perform a land navigation drill.  

 

Credit: Brian Blanco / Reuters

Credit: Brian Blanco / Reuters

A member of the North Florida Survival Group puts a mask on his son as they gear up to perform enemy contact drills in a wooded area during a field training exercise in Old Town, Florida.

 

Credit: Brian Blanco / Reuters

Credit: Brian Blanco / Reuters

Brianna, 9, of the North Florida Survival Group hands an AK-47 rifle to Jim Foster, 57, the group’s leader, before heading out to conduct enemy contact drills.

More photos and background can be found here.

 

Sources:  Reuters, NBC News


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