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A Prepper's Guide to Cold Weather Gear: 10 Must-Haves to Stay Warm in the Harshest of Conditions

A Prepper's Guide to Cold Weather Gear: 10 Must-Haves to Stay Warm

Having the right gear when exposed to harsh elements is vital to your survival. Get your go-bags prepped for winter with this winter gear guide.

Woodcutting When the SHTF: What You Need to Know To Hastily Acquire a Wood Supply

How to Hastily Acquire a Wood Supply if TSHTF

Chopping wood is a serious workout and takes planning. In a sudden emergency, you will need to know how to quickly acquire a wood supply. Follow these tips and steps from a pro.

Optics for your Rifle: Cover All the Basics

Optics for your Rifle: Cover All the Basics

With the right accouterments to your rifle can give you a greater advantage in a shtf disaster.

Caution! It's Shockingly Easy To Overdose On These Vitamins And Minerals

It’s Shockingly Easy To Overdose On These Vitamins And Minerals

Making vitamins and minerals easier to consume also it makes it easier overdose on them.

Patrol Skills: Using Tactical Hand Signals to Communicate in Silence

Patrol Skills: Using Tactical Hand Signals to Communicate in Silence

Good security requires efficient forms of communication and when audible communication like speech and radio comms cannot be used, hand signals are a good alternative.

The Miracle Drink That Should Be In Every Pantry

The Miracle Drink That Should Be In Every Pantry

Green tea is one of the best beverages to have in your pantry and here’s why.

Last Minute Preparedness: How To Prep For Sheltering in Place

Last Minute Preparedness: How To Prep For Sheltering in Place

If the time comes when you have to shelter in place, these 15 critical planning tips could greatly increase your chance of surviving.

Why Good Hygiene and Sanitation Keeps You Safer After an Emergency

Why Good Hygiene and Sanitation Keeps You Safer After an Emergency

The lack of sanitation facilities following a major disaster can bring serious health risks.

A Crash Course in Preparedness - Week 2 - Medicine, Sanitation, and Surviving Disaster Diseases

The Crash Course - Wk 2 - Meds, Sanitation, and Disaster Diseases

In our newest Crash Course guide, we are placing focus on the issue of what happens after the disaster has passed – sanitation, medicinal emergencies and disaster-related diseases. Simply put, in order to truly live through the disaster, you must understand the dangers that lay in the aftermath. This week 2 guide will help you maneuver through these types of emergencies and prepare for them.

52 Weeks to Preparedness
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