When searching for the best long-term survival food, one food type is unmatched in terms of meeting basic nutritional needs.
As things occur both in the U.S. and the world, now is the time to take advantage and do all that you can, and the canned goods can be found within your budget that fulfill your basic needs.
There’s no good reason to pass up the opportunity to prepare.
Many of the prepackaged kits have a great variation of items, but they may be lacking on some of the critical components previously mentioned, and this is why it often the most cost-effective strategy to build your own.
With the foreign, domestic and economic events playing out, this winter could be a disaster! So what does this have to do with winter? Everything. Everything you can imagine. All the supplies in the world won’t do you any good if you have no way to heat your home, cook your food, and stay warm at night. Here are 10 must-have preps to get ready for a winter emergency.
You never know when a blackout could occur or for what reason, but it is important to know that it could happen at any time. It is important that you have what you need to survive in the wake of a catastrophe.
Make sure you blend with your surroundings, whatever they may be.
Pre-season preparations for hurricanes are key in ensuring your family’s safety. These hurricane preparedness tips are your best shot at getting everything you need.
Kim Jong-Un has once again threatened the U.S. and South Korea with a nuclear war in response to the sanctions placed against North Korea after the G-7 summit and the G-20 meeting in Beijing, China. Should an exchange occur between the countries, it will be initiated with an EMP weapon over the continental U.S., followed by a limited nuclear war and conventional warfare.
While many are taking the hurricane warning seriously and preparing or evacuating, some are not taking the fury of this storm seriously.
Give your vehicle a better chance against an EMP with this simple suggestion.
The head of a strike anywhere match can be ground up and used to refill a primer.