Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

How to plan a bug out route for emergency evacuation

Route Assessment Map for SHTF

How to do a route assessment You need a bug out route assessment as part of your overall emergency evacuation bug out plan. If you find at some point that you have to Get Out Of Dodge and bug out to a survival shelter or another location, you don't … [Continue reading]

How to read people

Reading people is a survival skill Knowing how to read people to tell if someone is lying is a very important skill for preppers. This skill can not only help you with bartering for goods or making relationships, it can also help detect when … [Continue reading]

How to make an emergency communication plan for your family

Current communication plan information There are a lot of agencies out there that suggest that you make a sound Emergency Communication plan for your family in case disaster strikes but unbelievably, a lot of them don’t tell you how to actually do … [Continue reading]

A great survival book to own: Where there is no doctor

Where There Is No Doctor: A village health care handbook is the definitive remote-area health book and a great prepper book for those who find themselves in remote areas, especially tropical areas, and has useful information for all regions. It was … [Continue reading]

Pocket gold? Is this really the best choice?

What to stockpile for barter after SHTF One of the biggest questions preppers ask is if they should stockpile gold for trade / barter in case SHTF. Gold has been a traded commodity ever since it was discovered, and it's what society runs to when … [Continue reading]

Make a prepper stove with just scrap

Learning how to make things out of scrap like a prepper stove that could save your life should definitely be a priority. You should be focusing more on learning stuff than buying stuff. Any time you can learn how to make things from what you find, … [Continue reading]

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