Chaotic Navigator Podcast

Welcome to Chaotic Navigation

Beacon in the Storm

Willing and able to stand alone, outside of the conventional modern-day societal thinking to provide solutions for average citizens to remain safe and secure, regardless of the adversity.

-Alaskan Outlaw

My fellow Americans throughout the globe welcome to the "one and only" Chaotic Navigator Podcast. A weekly podcast dedicated to providing real-world solutions for surviving disasters either, by mother nature, or man-made. Each week we cover different aspects of getting, and staying prepared for local catastrophes by deploying unconventional thinking to assist you in sifting through today’s information overload to make informed decisions about your security, health, and safety.

The Alaska Outlaw navigates through the chaos as your host, he journeys to uncover the critical thinking necessary for the mission of family safety and security. With a background in the US Marine Corps and high-value security operations, he has studied the necessities for survival in all types of engagements. These skillsets continue on as security systems administrators, emergency management consultants, and security services specialists, where he is focused on assisting organizations to develop protocols and practices to assist their public interactions to become consistent and manageable, keeping the organization, their people, and their public-at-large safe and healthy. He has focused on the psychology of what makes people do the things they do. With graduate-level degrees in education, ministry, psychology, and computer telecommunications, this has all led to the same question as when he was two years old. Why? Why do people do the things they do, and what drives the human mind?

So, let's roll up our sleeves and apply some outlaw thinking to the topics within our podcasts and see what solutions we can come up with.

With a personal experience of being a member of multiple disaster response teams, as well as experience with localized Emergency Management and large urban disaster preparedness, the show brings a wealth of knowledge to the table in understanding the real threats around us every day. Periodically I call on other members of the preparedness circles, including (law enforcement, medical providers, mental health providers, weapons, situational awareness, etc) specialists in these areas to give us better, up-to-date information about keeping ourselves, and our loved ones safe, healthy, and secure.

Our weekly show offers different insights each week to educate, inform, and hopefully entertain us in the many aspects of emergency preparedness, disaster recovery, and survival. Check out our broadcasts wherever you download your podcasts from.




Our podcast is broadcast every week, producing a message of survival, hope, safety & security. We take great pride in ensuring that our neighbors, our friends, and our family is ready for natural and man-made disasters.

As we all know, and all of us here at the Chaotic Navigator support, if one wants to change society, the very best way to do that is to take up the gauntlet and get out and...


Our World

Living the dream by staying safe, secure, and mentally healthy is the goal for each of us in these unprecedented times of change. Keeping our cools, letting the process perform what it was implemented to do, yet staying engaged to ensure that we are part of the solution, and not the problem should be the goal of every American. We are the Chaotic Navigation production team. For more information about advertising with us, please visit our advertisement pages for sponsorships and other great ideas to stretch your advertising budgets.

Our world has become more chaotic than ever in recorded history with many different factors coming into focus threatening our safety and security. With the constant challenges for fund community-based emergency services, more and more of that responsibility is returning to our doorstep. Each of us should consider becoming prepared to face these ongoing challenges, either by securing resources and skills or becoming involved in the political process by voting to protect those services our community needs. We each should have enough knowledge and resources to survive for several days after a local disaster, regardless as to whether it was caused by mother nature or humans.