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Safety First – The Importance Of Avoiding Injuries If The SHTF

Safety. When times are normal or if the Stuff Hits The Fan, it’s critical to put safety first. We always start any safety discussion by pointing out what we consider the obvious. The most likely non-natural thing that will kill… Continue Reading

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Toxic: Major Threats Hide Near Most Of Us, Often In Plain Sight

Spice & I work as a volunteer on a regional emergency management committee, and the #1 thing we prep for around here is something I don’t hear anybody talking about… probably because it’s not sexy, doesn’t require guns or long-term… Continue Reading

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Four Bug-Out No-No’s… Little Things Can Kill You

Many things can get you killed in a SHTF bug-out situation, let’s take a look at four of them here. Never assume that you won’t be noticed or that it’s “OK” to camp on somebody’s land if you are bugging-out.… Continue Reading

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Volunteering for community disaster management duty: A different kind of prep

I’ve become an executive staff member of our county-wide emergency response team headquarters as a prep. As a member of the executive staff (volunteer position) I am a part of all conversations with our local emergency management governing body, and… Continue Reading