Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Archives for March 2014

6 steps I learned from combat rehearsals that will help your planning

Keeping your family or team safe during emergencies requires more than just proper planning. It requires requires practice. Practice not only helps people understand your plan, it can help you improve your plan.

Eat healthier by becoming your own grocery store

You need to start growing your own food at home. Save money, eat healthier, and be ready in case of emergencies by growing your own food with an aquaponics system or organic vertical garden – even if you live in an apartment. It’s not as difficult or as expensive as you think.

Soldier surprises family early. Wait till you see Dad’s reaction: priceless!

I had the honor today of helping the kid next door surprise his dad, sister, and mom by returning early from Afghanistan and showing up at their offices in Phoenix, AZ where we live. Watch their reaction and you can get a glimpse of what we fight for when we go off to war. Mason […]

Top 10 best selling prepper gear you should consider

Occasionally, I want to let you know which prepper and survival gear is selling better than the rest. It’s a great indication that what you’re buying is a good value, and you can always read the reviews to see if you should buy it. This is currently the list of the top 10 best-selling prepper and survival gear items, along with an explanation for each.

Develop a survival attitude

Surviving a combat or SHTF situation isn’t all about what you have in your bug out bag – or even just what survival skills you have. Your attitude can make the difference between living and dying.

Start a fire without matches using a cheap Fresnel lens

Starting a fire is one of those manly skills you just gotta learn. Anyone can start one with a pack of matches or a lighter, but what if you don’t have any or you run out or lose them somehow? Starting a fire without matches is pretty easy if you have a little knowledge. There […]

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