The Survival Podcast is NEW and being produced by Hangar Studios with Survival Experts, Mark Puhaly and Doc Montana with narrator Matt Gould.
Welcome to The Survivalist Podcast brought to you by Survival Cache, SHTFBlog and Forge Survival Supply. In each episode we look at different events and catastrophes that could happen in all different areas of the world. Then, we give you the knowledge, resources, and recommendations you need to survive. We’ll explore scenarios from a worldwide financial collapse to a coordinated terrorist attack, to a global climate catastrophe and everything in-between
Mark Puhaly appeared on National Geographic’s Apocalypse 101 that is currently airing on Netflix. He also published “Everyday Survival Kits – Exactly What You Need for Constant Preparedness.” Mark is also the co-founder of SurvivalCache.com and Forge Survival Supply. Mark is a former Enlisted Marine Recon Team Leader/Instructor and Marine Infantry Officer. Mark is a recognized survival expert. His expertise ranges from weapons, field craft, survival skills, living off the grid, food preparation, fitness, survival mindset, and more! Mark brings years of Marine Corps and Survival knowledge & experience to The Survival Podcast.
Matt Gould has been in the entertainment industry for years. He produced the National Geographic TV show Apocalypse 101. Matt produced thousands of hours of TV including Travel Channel’s Man vs. Food, TruTV’s Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, and Discovery Channel’s American Chopper. Matt narrates The Survivalist Podcast and helps create the feel of the public and “Average Joe” in would be survival scenarios and real world events that are happening today.
As a young child, Doc Montana moved from the midwest flatland to the Rocky Mountains and never looked back. Embracing every aspect and season of the outdoor life, Doc lives to mountaineer, rock climb, trail run, hunt, race mountain bikes, ski, hunt, and fish “The River that runs through it.” Never missing the chance to be outdoors, Doc honed his survival skills through professional courses, training, and plenty of real-world situations, both intentional and not. Although Doc is considered a gearhead, he never lets having the wrong equipment stop him from enjoying the adventure. Long before Gore-tex, cell phones, helmets, and bear spray, Doc was pushing the limits in the mountains by running that icy line between minimalism and disaster. Whether kayaking in Alaska, or photographing the shanty towns of South Africa, Doc is at home on the road and off. With adventures on four continents, Doc has become a bit of an EDC aficionado and enjoys pushing the limits of outdoor tools and survival gear. Drawing on his academic and scientific background, Doc considerations survival as nothing more than rules of engagement for living on Earth. Play by the rules and gain more experience. Ignore the rules and make the six o’clock news. Doc Montana holds PhD’s in both science education and computer science and currently teaches at a university in the northern United States and brings a unique view to survival and emergency preparedness on The Survivalist Podcast.