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7 Things You Might Have Forgotten to Put in Your Bug Out Bag
Many people these days are building bug out bags. However, are they remembering to pack everything they may need in a bug out bag situation. Here are seven things every prepper should think of.Disasters, Aliens or Weather Survival – Preparation, Planning and Suggestions
What’s your Alien- Disaster Survival Plan? What do you hope to, or hopefully plan to have with you if there is an alien invasion, a complete collapse of the economy, or a nuclear war or just a month or two with no electricity and public services. The need for survival gear doesn’t seem like such a crazy idea anymore and perhaps investing in some supplies may not be all that bad an idea.Preparing for Times of Disaster
A disaster can occur any time and any place. Preparing ahead of time can bring greater safety and peace of mind.6 Tips to Survive in the Wilderness
Have you ever been in the wild? If so, what did you take with you? You may have taken a lot of gadgets with you so you don’t have any problems. But what if you find yourself in the wild with nothing on you? How would you cope with this situation? What would you do to survive? Given below are some tips that may help you.Useful Survival Tips For Disaster Preparedness
Disasters can strike anytime. You may have to face a hurricane or a tornado. What you need to do is study the basics as this is important to make the right decision during the destruction. After all, you may not want to get hurt or see your property get damaged during this type of disasters. So, if you are looking for some survival tips, we suggest that you read this article.Hurricane Erma A Floridian’s Story
Being prepared for a Hurricane and having the resources on hand make the experience less difficult. Knowing what resources might be in short supply and having them on hand will make the ordeal tolerable. Ward off trouble by being prepared. When you are ready for trouble, it never comes.Surviving a Food Shortage for Preppers
The world is facing a food crisis due to the extreme drought, the deadly disasters, and so many other decisions that have been made by different governments in the world. There are different signs that indicate that there is a food crisis on the way and there are experts that agree that we are just a few moments from a real disaster. Natural disasters can also occur and you may find yourself at a loss of options that you can use to feed your family.How Preppers Can Store Food for a Long Time
When we are struck by disasters, the attention is usually on the most basic things that we need like water and food. One can survive for days without any food, but then that is something that most people would not like to go through. It is much better to do your things when you are satisfied and well nourished. It is good to prepare for disasters and to even store food for such an eventuality. This can be rather overwhelming and you need to consider many things like what to store, how to keep the food fresh, how much to store, and what is needed to create that extra stash. This is something that any preppers would ask themselves and the answers can be really fulfilling if done in the appropriate manner.Learn How to Be a Survivalist With These Skills
Some basic skills that are mandatory for every emergency and not just for a disaster situation should be known and possessed by every sane human. These come in handy and save you from a plethora of problems.Time to Start Teaching Your 5-8 Year Old Kids the Basics of Survival
It’s 2018 and time to start your 5-8 year old kids the basics of survival! Combining education and fun into a useful survival activity of learning.Emergency Response Team Training – How Much Are You Relying on Luck?
Emergency Response operations present significant hazards to responders. Mitigating these hazards and reducing risk to responders during operations is a complex undertaking due to the interactive complexity and tight coupling of the response environment and response operations. An illustration of such complex and dynamic challenges is provided by structural fires.