Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


10 ways how to start a fire without a lighter

10 ways how to start a fire without a lighter

You might not have a lighter or matches available when you need to start a fire. Here are 10 creative ways to start a fire without them.

Using solar to cook: DIY solar oven

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You don’t need to build a fire or use fuel to cook food or heat water. In most cases, solar power is all that’s necessary. What you need is a little knowledge to let you harness that energy efficiently.

Free hot water forever DIY project

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Hot water is super easy to have even in a SHTF scenario. This article shows you how to get hot water using solar power and cheap or easy-to-find parts. Great article.

Simple DIY portable solar power box for camping or emergencies

A portable prepping/camping solar AC/DC power box you can make at home

Building a portable powerplant that can be charged with either the sun, AC voltage or 12 volt DC is pretty simple. There are just a few simple considerations and then you have MANY options. Here’s how I hooked up a box for camping to run my ham radio and other electronics.

Portable solar panel review: scharger-12

sCharger-12 review

Suntactics contacted me after reading my sCharger-5 review and asked if I’d like to take a look at their more powerful sCharger-12 and write up a review because they liked how I wasn’t such a kiss-ass like most reviewers. Well, duh!

Suntactics sCharger-5 solar charger review – what I carried in Afghanistan

sCharger-5 Review

As a soldier, I need tough, dependable equipment and the Suntactics sCharger-5 solar charger is one of the best items a prepper or camper can put in their backpack for backup power out in the wilderness or during any kind of a power outage these days.

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