Panteao Productions Make Ready to survive Survival series
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This month, Panteao Productions, best known for their Make Ready tactical and self-defense instructional videos, and most recently the Make Ready to Survive Series announced the launch of the Survival Roundtable.

The Roundtable is a new addition to the Panteao website exclusively for website subscribers. It brings together the instructors from the Make Ready to Survive video series and gives them a place to expand upon the subject matter reviewed in the videos.

The instructors in the series include former US Army Delta Operator Paul Howe, Dave Canterbury from the Pathfinder Self Reliance School, US Army Special Forces Green Beret Kyle Harth, disaster preparedness consultant and author Jim Cobb, and NE MacDougald, who started his career in Vietnam with the 519th Military Intelligence Bn (MACV), and today is an author and consultant.

Unlike many reality shows on prepping and doomsday survival, the Make Ready to Survive videos are a true tutorial to help you and your family. Whether you live in the heart of the city, on the outskirts in a quiet neighborhood, or out on a farm, the Make Ready to Survive videos show you techniques that are critical for survival, review gear and supplies to have on hand, and all aspects of proper planning. Most importantly, the videos will bring you piece of mind.

With instructional videos you always end up with questions from the viewers. Or as time goes by there is additional information that instructors want to share with the viewers. Now with the Survival Roundtable instructors can expand upon what was covered in the videos and viewers can ask questions.

More information on the survival series and the Survival Roundtable can be found on the Panteao website at:

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