5 Skills Invaluable in a Long-Term Disaster

5 Skills that Will Become Invaluable in a Long-Term Disaster

5 Skills Invaluable in a Long-Term DisasterAccording to the American Prepper Network, the five main skills needed for a long-term disaster are abilities related to power, water, shelter, food, and basic survival skills. My take on this is very similar, except that I’ve replaced power generation experience with medical experience. After all, mankind has gone without eletricity for a far longer time than we’ve relied upon it. On the other hand, doctors, nurses and others with expertise in keeping people healthy will be in great demand in a survival situation. Read more “5 Skills Invaluable in a Long-Term Disaster”

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Grid Down Black Sky Event!

Grid Down Black Sky Event!
David A. Vine “All Hazards Communications Preparedness” Audio player below

Grid Down Black Sky EventImagine waking up in the middle of the night. You are suddenly jarred awake by a strange warning siren you rarely hear. You’re equipped with a NOAA Weather Radio in your bedroom but it hasn’t gone off. Is it the bad storm you heard about earlier.

Darn, there’s no power and you forgot to change the backup battery you installed when you set up the radio a few years ago. Now you’re starting to get worried. What’s happening??? Just like you, your neighbors have gone outside to see what’s going on. They are talking with each other in hushed voices and you’re starting to get edgy. Read more “Grid Down Black Sky Event!”

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Safety Tips for Driving Through and Avoiding Flash Floods

Safety Tips for Driving Through and Avoiding Flash Floods
By: H. Davis

Floods

A natural disaster can happen without warning, striking at anytime, anywhere. They can cause thousands of dollars in damage, especially when it comes to fast-moving water — also known as floods. That’s because most cars can be swept away in just 20 inches of water. In deep water, however, cars can sink, and lives can be lost as a result. While most motorists understand the risk of driving through water, some might feel like invincible drivers. Although places like Louisiana are well-known for extreme flooding, the truth is, flooding happens in every state. Massachusetts, Minnesota, Texas, and Washington DC, for example, all experienced floods Read more “Safety Tips for Driving Through and Avoiding Flash Floods”

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10 Emergency Preparation Tips for Blind People!

10 Emergency Preparation Tips for Blind People!

10 Emergency Preparation Tips for Blind PeopleEmergencies often happen without warning, and at a moment’s notice. This can pose a problem for blind people and others with disabilities and their caregivers. Therefore, it is necessary for these individuals to have a well-thought out plan in case of an emergency. Here are 10 emergency preparation tips for blind people. Read more “10 Emergency Preparation Tips for Blind People!”

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Understanding and Mastering the Bugout!

Understanding and Mastering the Bugout Process
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio player below!

Understanding and Mastering the BugoutFor a long time I have been looking for the best way to really dig into the bugout process. There is probably no other part of prepping that has more air time than the bugout. It’s a very popular topic and for good reason. The problem I find, most often, with the bugout is that it is rarely allotted the time it deserves. You see, the bugout cannot be explained in a mere 2000 words. Part of it could be handled but you could never do a 45 minute podcast on the bugout and touch everything. Read more “Understanding and Mastering the Bugout!”

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Creating an Emergency Plan… Part 2

Creating an Emergency Plan… Part 2
David Jones “Prepping Up with the Jones “Audio player provided!

Creating an Emergency Plan… Part 2Dave has Guy Snodgrass return to finish up how you can create an emergency plan. Guy answers key questions on how to pick a bugout location and more importantly when the right time to bugout is. What are the trigger points that would make you implement your bugout plan and haul butt to your place in the woods? They will also talk about how you can select people for your group and what needs to occur when bringing people into your group. Guy will help you find holes in your emergency plan as well as things to consider prepping for in 2018. Read more “Creating an Emergency Plan… Part 2”

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Creating an Emergency Plan

Creating an Emergency Plan
David Jones “Prepping Up with the Jones “Audio player provided!

Creating an Emergency PlanDave comes back from his traveling shows to have a very special guest Guy Snodgrass on this show. Guy is an author, a publisher and a retired US Army Warrant Office with plenty of time in combat zones and Special Forces. One of Guy’s Prepper endeavors is help people with their emergency plans and evaluating what they have in place. Guy brings a fresh look at Prepping and boils it all down to the very basics everyone needs to know before they start. Guys says that, “a plan is not a plan if it is in your head, it is an idea. A plan needs to be on paper for everyone to read and understand.” Read more “Creating an Emergency Plan”

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