Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


Prepping supplies and gear

A good bit of what you need to know is about what prepping gear and supplies you should buy and which are the best. However, it's not just what kind of prepping gear to buy, but also how to use it. Even better is how to make things that will help your prepping with things that you can find around your house or in the nearby trash. This is what this category is all about - Prepping gear; how it's made, how it works, and how good it is.

Family survival: 5 tips for distributing gear

Family survival: 5 tips on distributing gear

Learn how to split up your survival kits or bug out bag gear between your family so you’re all covered. Identical kits are not the answer.

EDC: Top 7 things you should carry every day

EDC top 7 things you should carry every day

There are a few items that you should carry with you at all times. Here’s a quick EDC list of things I suggest.

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 mylar emergency blankets you love SUCK – but there’s hope

Mylar Emergency Blankets Suck

Those mylar emergency blankets you all love are crap. Here’s a story of my experience with them in Africa, how they can still be useful, and what I use instead.

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.

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