Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Archives for August 2013

What survival/prepper books would you have in your SHTF library?

If you were sticking it out alone after SHTF or trying to help rebuild a small society, what would be in your SHTF library? Will the books you have currently be all that useful?

Why you shouldn’t bury shipping containers for bunkers

There’s a lot more that you have to consider if you’re thinking about burying a shipping container to be used as a bunker. They’re not designed for that and you could end up being crushed if you don’t know what you’re doing.

Everyday carry (EDC) gear – what I carry

So what do you really need to carry every day? How do you figure out what should go on your EDC gear list? Here’s what Graywolf from Graywolf Survival carries and why, as well as some suggestions on how to plan your EDC kit.

EDC Carry Webstore

Looking for gear for your EDC kit so you’re ready for anything at any time? Hundreds of items available to ship immediately.

Prepping with children: managing expectations

Children (and some adults) don’t do well with the unknown. They have active imaginiations and will fill in the blanks with their own version of what’s coming up. Because they don’t have the life experience of adults, their imaginations can go wild with all sorts of ideas.

How should a senior citizen prepare for SHTF?

Prepping as a senior citizen presents its own challenges on the surface but once you dig into it you find that it’s essentially the same as for everyone else. Learn how to take care of yourself now and if SHTF and make yourself valuable to a group so you can be a productive member.

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