Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Adapt or die: Why you need more skills and less stuff

adapt or die why you need prepper skills more than gear

Spending all your time on money on supplies and gear could be a deadly mistake. Learn survival and prepping skills instead – here’s why…

The ‘Two is one and one is none’ fallacy

two is one and one is none fallacy

Don’t make the simple mistake most people make when they follow the “Two is one and one is none” principle. By looking at survival a little differently, you can make the right choices in your gear.

How to build an earthquake survival kit

How to build a portable earthquake bug out kit

If you’re caught in an earthquake, you may not be able to stay where you’re at. Here’s what you need for a portable earthquake kit bag.

SHTF! The first 9 things to do during a disaster

survival the first 9 things to do when shtf emp

Would you know what to do in a serious disaster situation like a regional EMP? Here are the first 9 steps to help you survive.

The Art of Blending in: 5 Tips from a Counterintelligence Special Agent

The art of blending in 5 tips from a counterintelligence special agent

Before I was a blogger, I spent many years teaching and doing surveillance. I’m going to share a few tips on how to blend in that I learned over the years.

Prepping 101: Beyond the Basics – part 2

prepping 101 beyond the basics 2

Even more information on how to start prepping of you’re a beginner. Creating a sustainable food supply, having emergency water, cooking without power – and more.

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