The kinds of disasters that are completely unexpected and kill lots of people who didn’t know they were in danger, only strike once in a blue moon.
How should Hawaiians be preparing for major disasters, like nuclear war or an EMP? It’s a question that isn’t brought up very often in the prepper community, but it should be.
I asked some fellow preppers in the community what advice they would offer on how to better prepare for hurricanes, and the community overwhelmingly stepped up to help their fellow man. They lived through this disaster. These are their words and, in my humble opinion, this is some very solid advice to follow.
Have you ever considered what you will do if you have to bug out in winter? Being exposed to the elements puts you and your family at risk and it is paramount to be ready for that scenario.
Emergencies can spring up in seconds. When they do, those seconds count! These are a few things you can tote around with you in a jacket or cargo pocket that will give you an immediate edge when a situation arises that calls for you to work on it immediately.
There are several different sources for these maps on the free or on the cheap, and it’s good for you to be aware of them to prepare your supply of them for the times to come.
Mass exodus, road blocks, and wrecks will cause glitches in evacuation plans, thus you cannot fully rely on your vehicle in a true SHTF situation. Instead, you might do well to learn how to ride a bike and be sure one is packed in that trunk of yours.
A green beret discusses urban defense considerations and combat operations and the preps for them.
Whenever anyone starts getting interested in prepping, one of the first purchases they make is for a bug out bag.