Stay Ahead of the Curve
The United States has entered a period of turbulence referred to as Low Intensity Conflict.
Forward Observer provides situational awareness and early warning for what’s ahead.
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What is Early Warning?
Early Warning is an intelligence brief that keeps readers ahead of the curve on domestic and geopolitical risk. Our Intelligence and Special Operations veterans give you a curated intel brief covering:
- politics and government
- agriculture, food supply, and the energy sector
- logistics and supply chains
- economic and financial stability
- situation reports on Russia-NATO and U.S.-China
- and other geostrategic developments affecting Americans and the United States.
LET US HELP YOU STAY AHEAD OF THE NEWS CYCLE, NOT BEHIND IT.
HERE’S WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR EARLY WARNING SUBSCRIPTION:
You’ll receive the Daily SITREP intelligence brief in your email inbox Monday through Friday at 0800 Central.
Inside the Beltway
Learn what’s being said and done in the White House, Congress, and government agencies. Our coverage of Congressional hearings keep you informed on what’s happening in the halls of power.
Keep your finger on the pulse of domestic disruption with our timely, relevant, and accurate warning of what’s ahead.
Radical & Extremist Groups
Up to date coverage of armed belligerent groups driving domestic conflict.
We track the risk of war with Russia and China, delivering insight into what’s happening today and what’s next. Forewarned is forearmed.
The Daily SITREP Live Stream Briefing & Podcast
Join Mike and the team each day as they go deeper into the day’s reporting, starting at 0900 Central.
From the CEO of Forward Observer:
I’m a former soldier, Intelligence NCO, and contractor. I left the Intelligence Community in 2012 over concerns of where the country was headed, and later founded Forward Observer as a way to track radical, revolutionary, and extremist groups involved in “Low Intensity Conflict” in the United States.
Low Intensity Conflict is the model for the current unrest that will result in greater disruption and violence, likely lasting well into the decade. It exists below conventional war, but above routine, peaceful competition. It’s the “gray area” between war and peace.
Luckily, intelligence reduces uncertainty about the future. Our readers understand the value of intelligence, and they rely on our analysis to keep them informed about the future. I hope you will too.
– Mike Shelby