BOONDOCK SURVIVAL®
FALL TRAINING CAMP
OCTOBER 25th-26th 2014 IN BLACKSHEAR, GA
Optional FREE TRAINING DAY on Friday 24th

WORLD CLASS INSTRUCTORS:
ANDREW CLOUGH (GA) - COMMANDO KRAV MAGA
TY GAY (OK) - BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
SHELTON MORELAND (GA) - HAPKIDO
PATRICK HARRINGTON (AL) - SERE SPECIALIST

GUEST SPEAKERS:
CHAD HERSEY (GA) - FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
GREG COCHRAN (GA) - WORLD RECORD STRONG MAN

MODERN CLOSE QUARTERS DEFENSE TECHNIQUES
OPEN-HAND & WEAPONS TACTICS
PHYSICAL & MENTAL TRAINING EXERCISES
URBAN & PRIMITIVE SURVIAL
6 MEALS & 2 MID-DAY REFRESHERS INCLUDED IN PRICE

PAY ONLY $179.00 ONLINE
LATE REGISTRATION ON DAY OF CHECK-IN $240.00  




FREE TRAINING TO ALL CURRENTLY ACTIVE
EDUCATION-MILITARY-FIRST RESPONDER EMPLOYEES
REGISTER BELOW AND PAY ONLY $40 FOR AMENITIES
MUST BRING PROOF OF EMPLOYMENT TO CAMP
All rights reserved.
A light breakfast, lunch, mid-day refresher, and a hearty dinner will be served during each full training day.  If you have special food needs please
bring your own items or inform us ahead of time and we will do our best to make accommodations.

Suggestions for things to bring to camp include the following:  An open mind for exploring and learning, notepad and pen for taking notes, preferred
special fluids and snacks, groin protection, mouth guard, protective glasses/goggles, deodorant, tooth brush and tooth paste, mouth wash, dental
floss, chewing gum, sanitary wet wipes, soap, towels, moisturizing lotion, sunscreen, non-toxic bug spray, sunglasses, baseball cap/outdoor hat,
athletic shoes, hiking boots, flip-flops, long pants for each day that allow you to move freely and stay cool, seasonal clothing for each day, extra
clothing for at least one change during the day for sweat, seasonal clothing for night and sleep, swimsuits, tent with a rain fly, sleeping bag, pillow,
and whatever else you need to be comfortable.  Optional things to bring: Protective knee, elbow, shin, and forearm pads for individuals not
accustomed to light contact (NO HARD PLASTICS or METALS).

DO NOT BRING: Pets, illegal drugs, alcohol, illegal or unlicensed firearms/weapons, explosives/fireworks, egos and bad attitudes, psychotic
partners/significant others, extremists and unstable buddies...and dirty laundry.    
BOONDOCK SURVIVAL®
WHAT TO EXPECT
BOONDOCK SURVIVAL® teams with specialists from different fields who offer their knowledge to students in a simple and candid manner that is
easily learned and adapted into their own personal toolbox of survival skills.  Our goal is to help people prepare for a diversity of conditions by
providing them with solid training while giving them both a fun and memorable experience.

Safety is top priority at our camps.  Each participant's first and most important task at camp is to offer themselves as good training partners to
others.  We always like to say..."
Everyone comes to camp as friends…Everyone leaves camp as better friends."

At our camps participants learn how to defend attacks and survive in real-life situations.  Each course is geared towards preparing students with as
much knowledge as possible in minimal time.  Study is maximized by layering concepts and techniques with related drills to straight-wire reflexive
action into each practitioner’s subconsciousness.  Subjects explored at camp include: Defense psychology, open-hand combatives, striking
weapons defense, gun disarming, knife defense/disarming, ground survival, third-party protection, evasive survival tactics, emergency
preparedness, urban and primitive survival, and more.

Our events are not intended to compete with any existing systems or schools in the communities where they may be held, but rather to enhance
awareness and preparedness for personal survival.  We invite all lawful and respectable organizations who would like to participate or partner with
us to contact us for discussion.  

We have traveled throughout the world working, training, and teaching a diversity of individuals ranging from special operatives and professional
martial artists and athletes to housewives.  It is our goal to make available the sharing of knowledge so that good people have the opportunities to
experience the confidence that comes with being prepared for life's most dangerous physical and emotional challenges.  
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP
A limited number of participants will be accepted for each camp.  Students are registered on a first-come basis and are not considered registered
until all fees have been paid.  Once the limit is reached, the camp will be closed to any additional participants.

All attendees must pay registration fee in-full before participating.  All school related employees, military, law-enforcement and first
responders...and any other attendees who get their training complimentary must purchase a $40 amenities ticket to cover all 6 meals, beverages,
mid-day refreshments, as well as other items provided to everyone in attendance.  All guests who get a discount based on their employment must
also bring valid proof of stated employment to camp.  

Because we limit the number of people who can attend our camps and prepare each one based on the number of individuals who sign up, no
refunds will be granted once registration is complete and payment is made.  We ask to please make sure this is something you are committed to
before you purchase your tickets to the event.  In the case you cannot attend an event after you are registered, you may attend another camp that is
equal in nature at no additional costs.  
Please print your online purchase receipt to bring with you as your ticket for entry into camp at check-in.  

All participants and campers must be at least 18 years of age unless given special approval by management.

Only individuals registered and paid will be allowed to attend camp.
CAMP FEES AND LIMITATIONS
CAMP LOCATION
The check-in address: 3097 Sweat Road - Alma, GA 31510.  Please text 912-550-7733 if you have any trouble finding the camp on your drive.  We
train on a farm that is roughly 100 acres with areas for camping and fishing.  We provide toilets...but showers are limited at the moment to only one
until we complete construction on additional facilities.  We highly recommend bring wet-wipes to camp in case you can't catch a shower.      
NEAREST AIRPORTS
The nearest major airport is Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) in Florida about 1.5 hours drive from the farm.  The other nearest airport is
Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) about 2.0 hours drive from the farm.
The hotel listed below is approximately 15 minutes from the camp.  We have a special rate arranged on rooms for participants.  Please be sure to
mention that you are attending an event with Andrew Clough of BOONDOCK SURVIVAL®, who has made pricing arrangements with the hotel
manager, Peggy Wall.
              
COMFORT INN OF BLACKSHEAR
155 Main Street
Blackshear, GA 31516
912-807-7829
FRIDAY -
SATURDAY -
SUNDAY -
Optional FREE TRAINING DAY
4:00PM-UNTIL

Early Check-in and Set-up
Private Lessons/Special Training
CKM Level Training

Feel free also to come in early to go
fishing, kickback and relax, or meet
and help others set-up camp.
7:00AM-UNTIL
MORNING WORKOUT
7:00AM-8:00AM
BREAKFAST & BRIEFING
8:00AM-9:00AM
COMBATIVES-SURVIVAL
TRAINING
9:00AM-12:00PM
LUNCH
12:00PM-1:00PM
COMBATIVES-SURVIVAL
TRAINING
1:00PM-4:00PM
MIDDAY KICKBACK & PHOTOS
4:00PM-5:00PM
BOONDOCK BASH
5:00PM-7:00PM
DINNER
8:00PM-9:00PM
BONFIRE
9:00PM-UNTIL
7:00AM-6:00PM
MORNING WORKOUT
7:00AM-8:00AM
BREAKFAST & BRIEFING
8:00AM-9:00AM
COMBATIVES-SURVIVAL TRAINING
9:00AM-12:00PM
LUNCH
12:00PM-1:00PM
COMBATIVES-SURVIVAL TRAINING
1:00PM-4:00PM
BOONDOCK BREAKDOWN BBQ
4:00PM-6:00PM
DAILY SCHEDULE
BOONDOCK SURVIVAL®
Intensive Reality Based Training
A typical breakfast: Hot natural oatmeal, lean bacon, yogurt, fruit, orange juice, milk, coffee, etc...
A typical lunch:  Cold-cut sandwiches, soup, chips, fruit, etc...  
Mid-day refresher: Homemade ice cream, water melon, smoothies, or light soup...based on the season
A typical dinner: Traditional southern barbecue with all the trimmings, low country boil, pasta dinner, etc...  
WHAT ABOUT THE FOOD?