With constant media bombardment of fears of a nuclear war, many have begun to prepare for a disaster. But government uncertainty isn’t the only thing on the minds of the masses. Volcanic activity appears to be increasing and earthquakes seem to be getting more severe. That begs the question: do you live in a disaster zone?
Traveling can be fun, but going through the Transportation Security Administrations checkpoints can leave you feeling exploited and defenseless. The TSA’s rules are constantly changing, and it can be difficult to know what you are allowed to have on a plane. Because of this, we’ve broken down the best survival and self-defense tools TSA will allow in this handy guide.
Although we live in an age of information technology, what happens if that technology should suddenly disappear?
Mass shootings are increasing in frequency and severity. While many are holding out hope that they will stop or that the government will get a handle on the situation, our personal security and peace of mind continue to be under attack. This begs the question on what each citizen of this country can do to survive.
“Nightmare bacteria” with unusual resistance to antibiotics of last resort were found more than 200 times in the United States last year in a first-of-its-kind hunt to see how much of a threat these rare cases have become. It’s also important to realize that there are steps that can be taken to help stem the evolution of these superbugs and remain healthy.
If the country collapses or is invaded, you’ll need to learn about guerrilla warfare and tactical maneuvers to protect yourself.
Weather forecasters are telling the public to take this year’s hurricane season seriously and estimating up to 5 major hurricanes will make landfall in 2018. Preparations are paramount! Learn how to make a preparedness plan, what supplies you need and how to prepare the exterior of your home.
Small unit tactics are more than just a matter of either superior arms or numerical advantages. They are based on common sense and knowing how to plan out your objectives, as well as a plan of attack.
Pine resin has many uses, especially in a survival situation. Read more on how to collect, and use of pine resin. It has more uses than you think!
One of the problems faced with an EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) is that your well will not be pumping water into your home. For those living in urban areas and are relying on municipal water, your water could also be short-lived and it’s important to have a backup plan.
Sometimes the best way to learn how to fight the good fight is to pick up a book and learn from history.
Because families can be separated following major disasters, having an established emergency rally point to regroup will help families reunite faster. Follow these tips and make sure this is added to your emergency preparedness plans.