Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Archives for October 2014

Surviving a blizzard or winter storm without power

Surviving at home for a while during a severe winter storm isn’t all that difficult if you’ve planned ahead – even if the power goes out.

The threat you face from Ebola and what you can do about it (Updated)

The Ebola virus problem has been escalating out of control in Africa and is now spread to the West. … How worried should you really be? … What can you do to prepare?

How to survive an EMP/CME – Part 3: How to prepare

The threat of an EMP/CME to our society is very real and most people and governments are woefully unprepared. Here’s what you should do to start preparing.

5 discreet weapons you can carry (almost) anywhere

You can’t always carry a weapon to defend yourself but with a little creativity and some training, there are many discreet weapons you can improvise.

Your own vehicle surveillance camera – the G1W-C 1080P

Having your own vehicle surveillance camera to document your bug out route, cache locations, or traffic altercation is pretty inexpensive these days.

5.11 Rush 72 tactical backpack review – the perfect bug out bag?

If you ask a forum or group about the best bug out bag, the 5.11 Rush 72 seems to be the go-to bag of choice. It’s a great bag but is it the best choice for bugging out?

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