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Bug Out Bag Graphic

By Todd Savage | Friday, August 22, 2014

Here is a great graphic for all you 'visual' learners out there, about how to build an awesome bug out bag. It's got a few deficiencies, but overall its a great resource! See below for the graphic. 

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Will You Die Getting To Your Bug Out Location?

By Todd Savage | Friday, August 22, 2014

(Courtesy of The Prepper Project) I am frequently surprised by the approach many Preppers take to their Bug-Out plans, especially those who expect to drive to their retreat location.  Many seem to feel that this will be no different than driving out of their home area for a vacation, which is beyond my comprehension.  I say that because if things are bad enough that Preppers are headed for their retreat locations one would think that travel could be difficult if not impossible.

Closed roads, quarantine situations, hostile locals, gridlock, civil unrest, martial law, are examples of the types of things a Prepper might encounter when trying to bug-out to their retreat.  So you must plan your bug-out in a way that avoids, or at least minimizes, such situations.

I will point out that if you’re trying to bug-out as a nuclear family, using one or two vehicles, then all you can do is; know your routes (you should have at least 3 selected and scouted in advance), stay alert, and pray.  You wouldn’t have enough vehicles or personnel to do anything else.

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Got Sandbags? You should!

By Todd Savage | Thursday, August 21, 2014


Take Cover! Maybe NOT...

By Todd Savage | Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Low Head? That's ok!

By Todd Savage | Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Smaller Creek or Stream? Here you go!

By Todd Savage | Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Stream and Creek Hydro...Got Power?

By Todd Savage | Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Survival Retreat Evaluation

By Todd Savage | Monday, August 18, 2014
 

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Hands UP, Don't Shoot!

By Joel Skousen | Monday, August 18, 2014


 

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Preparedness Tip of the Week: Ham Radios

By Joel Skousen | Monday, August 18, 2014

(Andrew Skousen) Last week I talked about how shortwave radio can be a valuable tool for receiving news broadcasts from around the world. But how about two-way communication when phones are down? Ham radio (or more officially amateur radio) is the ultimate self-contained, do-it-yourself, no contracts, unlimited minutes communication system. What’s the catch? Limited reception. But by gathering expertise and practicing with different equipment you can extend your range. 

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