Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


Basic OPSEC for preppers: achieving balance

Prepper OPSEC

OPSEC is necessary if you and your family are preppers, but how do you protect your information and still function? How much OPSEC is good OPSEC?

Almost unlimited power for your camping or bug out bag electronics

unlimited bug out bag power

One bad thing about electronics: they need power. Things that supply power take up weight and space in your bug out bag. By choosing wisely, you can cut down on the size and weight of your power system and have almost unlimited power.

What to do if you’re captured

what to do if you're captured

So if you and/or your family were captured as a hostage or kidnapped, would you know how to deal with it? Every situation is different and can be very fluid but here are some things to consider.

What weapons should you use to defend your home?

Best home defense weapon shotgun

The question about what the best home defense weapon is is a pretty hotly-debated one. Some people thing it’s a .45, some people think it’s an M-16 or AK-47, and some people think it’s a shotgun. Here’s what I think.

Developing a survival routine before and after SHTF

Developing a survival routine

Developing a routine is not only important to help you prepare for an emergency, survival, or even a SHTF situation, having a routine during those situations can save your life.

Are you really prepared for an emergency? The 5-5-5 bug out test

Be prepared for an emergency - the 5-5-5 test

Is your family really prepared for an unexpected emergency? If something happened tonight, would you be ready?

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