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DVM D.A.R.T. “Boxes of Hate” Raffle


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UPDATE: At the request of long time DVM fans we have extendded the raffle until the 25th

With the help of our DVM Team Room Members and some great companies in the tactical world we are having this bad ass raffle to build up a war chest for the DVM D.A.R.T. Mission Teams. D.A.R.T. is the Humanitarian Aid arm of Death Valley Magazine, we recently finished a successful mission in the Philippines to provide aid to the families who were devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. DVM D.A.R.T. is also proud to be one of the only Humanitarian Aid groups that does not spend donations on any administration expenses or salaries. All of our mission volunteers pay their own way on missions, officers do not receive salaries or compensation for expenses – so 100% of your donations go directly to those in need.

More Info on DVM D.A.R.T. Here:

So check out our three raffles below, we have over 3200.00 in bad ass kit split into three different packs depending on what you pack. The raffle will run until March 16th 25th– and thanks to everyone who supported our Typhoon Haiyan relief mission in the Philippines and to our great sponsors.


-A-TACS AK ATTACK RACK V2 with III3 ARMOR insert (400$ Value)
-A-TACS Rifleman’s Range Bag (150$ value)
-A-TACS Rifleman’s Range Bag Insert (70$ Value)
-4 AK30 30 round Mags (120$ value)
-US Palm Shot Glass (10$ value)

750.00$+ Value – 20 bucks per raffle ticket (Max of 50 will be sold)

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-HSGI Pogie Pouch (35.0$ Value)
-X2 TYR Tactical™ NSN# Pouch – Combat Adjustable Rifle Mag Pouch (66.00$ Value)
-Fight and Flight Tatical T.A.S.K. (TACTICAL ASS SCRUBBING KIT) (7.95$ Value)
-Solio – Classic2 Battery Pack + Solar Charger (100 $ Value)
-X2 PMAG 30 GEN M2’s(26.00$ Value)
-US PALM NOD’s Garage Pouch (50$ value)
-US PALM Gryphon EDC Backpack (230$ value)
-like new Surefire a2 Aviator LED (200$ Value)

750.00$+ Value – 20 bucks per raffle ticket (Max of 50 will be sold)

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-DVM US Contractor Survival Knife one off custom made by SAR Global Tool – (500.00$ Value)
-Benchmade 42 Titanium Balisong (400 to 500$ Value)
-US Palm Limited Edition Challenge Coin (30$ Value)
-Antique Balisong 1950-60’s, whale bone in the hilt, and red crystals in the clasp, brass fittings (600-700$+ Value)
-US PALM Gryphon EDC Backpack (230$ value)
-TYR Tactical™ General Purpose Pouch – Small 5″x 5” (19.00$ value)

1,779.00$+ Value – 20 bucks per raffle ticket (Max of 50 will be sold)

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Thanks to the following generous gear companies for donating gear for this auction:

Fight and Flight Tactical >>>
TYR Tactical >>>

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Death Valley Training Center (DVTC)

I am proud to announce that Death Valley Magazine’s new Training Center (DVTC) is now open and enrolling it’s first course!

Tom “Tomahawk” Moore’s (Co-Star of the hit TV wilderness survival show “Dude You’re Screwed) Tomahawk Scout School online is now enrolling students. The school is a modern take on the famed Apache Scouts. You can learn about shelters, firestarting, tracking and more at your own pace and earn your Tomahawk Scout Tab from anywhere in the world.

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Two children of Jason Lieberman (Pictured Above), an American U.S. Air Force Gulf War veteran living in Thailand were recently murdered during a home invasion in their home (Joseph 6 years old and Michael, only 2 years old), also brutally murdered was his wife’s cousin Nok who was only 19 years old. Jason is now faced with substantial expenses for the funeral costs for his two sons and his wife’s cousin (organizing a Buddhist temple and monks for 3 days, the cremation costs and more).

As an American who worked as a contractor in Iraq and has lived in Thailand on and off for many years this especially hits home for me. So if you can spare a few bucks please help this American Veteran bury his two young children whose lives were tragically taken in this vicious murder.

I understand that this is nearing the end of the month and things are tight for everyone, but if you are short on funds please give just 5 bucks – If you can give more then please do what you can.

Click this link to donate and please share this post – thank you

~James Price

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 March 4 – 10, 2014


If you have any questions feel free to comment below or contact us here: 

Includes: -This is an All-Inclusive Expedition It includes All Meals, Hotels, Transportation, Swag, Jungle Gear, Security, team medic, local translators and All Expedition Activities are included

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Team DVM Member Thomas “Tomahawk” Moore set to Co-Star on the upcoming Survival TV Show “Dude, You’re Screwed!”


Thomas “Tomahawk” Moore (In the Middle)

DVM’s very own Thomas “Tomahawk” Moore’s new Survival TV Show “Dude, You’re Screwed!” is set to premier on Discovery Channel Sunday, December 8 at 10:00/9:00c.

Thomas is one of the founding members of DVM, he was there when Myself and Bubba G. both fresh on leave from some war torn shit-hole came up with the idea to start up an online adventurer magazine that would be written by guys who actually did what they wrote about. Several glasses of mekhong whiskey’s later, and BAM! DVM came to life on the back of a napkin in a shady bar in Bangkok.

Thomas has been working on “Dude, You’re Screwed!” for almost three years now, we had to keep it under wraps until the network made the big announcement. Also co-staring with Thomas will be Terry Schappert, a Green Beret, John Hudson, an Extreme Survival Instructor for the UK Royal Air Force, Matt Graham, a primitive skills expert and a desert survival instructor and Jake Zweig, a former Navy SEAL.

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Death Valley Expeditionary Corps – Typhoon Haiyan Relief Donation Drive

Death Valley Expeditionary Corps

Photo Credits: CSM Monitor

Photo Credits: CSM Monitor

Death Valley Expeditionary Corps has created a humanitarian aid team made up of James Price a veteran civilian contractor who supported US operations in the Middle East for over a decade and noted adventure journalist, Thomas D. Moore a former US Army Scout and Airborne Pathfinder with 16 years of military service and co-star of an upcoming Discovery Channel wilderness survival TV show, a Filipino Dr. from one of the top Medical Centers in Manila and 2 additional Filipino Team Members who are the founders of one of the first Wilderness Survival Schools in the Philippines and who are both former Philippine National Police Officers. This group is called Death Valley Expeditionary Corps. It is the Nonprofit Exploration and Humanitarian Aid arm of the online magazine Death Valley Magazine. Our team has the life-saving, survival skills, and contacts in the Filipino community needed to bring relief, help, and training directly to people and families living on the street without clean water, medicine food or shelter.

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Join the DVM Groups on FB – here they are:

-DVM Team Room
For discussing all things DVM

-DVM Food Fighters
For discussing all things food

Fighting the Wussifacation of America, One Prius Driving, Vegan, Low-Rise Jean Wearing Femi-Man at a Time (Man only group)



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WEEKEND TATICAL JOBS: How Not to Get a Bail Enforcement Agent Job

Probably not the right attire to wear when interviewing for that Bail Enforcement Gig – Wrong type of Bounty hunter, wrong universe

So if you actually want a job in bail enforcement…

You need to show up in regular street clothes . By regular I mean casual, not chaps and a feather in your hair. Do not wear your body armor and tactical vest with the cross draw holster into my office ! You will be asked to leave immediately!

You should have a resume and references, a copy of your driver’s license and any other license ( i.e. concealed carry , pepper spray , asp , handcuffing , etc) . Most states require a bail enforcement license. If you have this great, if not that’s ok also.

Most bondsman are willing to train the right person. If you are former military or law enforcement list it on the resume. You should not brag about how you are a jump rated Para ninja. You may get the chance to prove yourself later…

Bail enforcement is a lot of really boring time consuming work. You should have the ability to use a computer and write legibly. A lot of the work is done from the desk and the phone. There is a lot of social engineering involved so having the ability to be nice on the phone and in person is a plus.A good grasp of social media , MySpace, Facebook , Twitter etc. helps but is not mandatory. Be willing to do grunt work in the office , answer phones, make coffee, do address checks and so on .

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The Near Future of For DVM

New Years fireworks DVM Style

Well, it has been an interesting few years for us here at DVM, I originally started DVM as just a place to share some gear reviews, opinions on the tactical industry and funny stories about the Civilian Contracting world to my buddies. It was quite a surprise when DVM actually found an audience amongst my foul language and pirate sense of humor.

But DVM has now taken on a life of its own and we are just going with the flow wherever it takes us. I am glad there was a space in the much crowded tactical blogging world for people who wanted to see real world information from actual operators working all over the world instead of the usual armchair bloggers posting “this gear is combat ready” stories from their moms backyard in the States.

So before I get into all of the cool stuff coming up for us this year I just wanted to say “Thanks Pimps!” – You guys are the shit so keep the pimpage going for another year and we will keep bringing you the best Tactical Media from Virginia to Indonesia to Iraq.

Here is a Preview of All the Things Happening With DVM:

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