Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Family survival: 5 tips for distributing gear

Family survival: 5 tips on distributing gear

Ever since I posted my article on my personal bug out bag, I've gotten quite a few questions on how to pack gear and what people should choose but one of the most common is how to share gear with your partner/kids/wife etc so I figured I'd write … [Continue reading]

EDC: Top 7 things you should carry every day

EDC top 7 things you should carry every day

I've written a few of posts about your EDC kit (Every Day Carry), or what things you should have on you at all times such as what I carry (usually) and a few others but never broke it down to a simple, basic list. HINT: it won't involve one of … [Continue reading]

Adapt or die: Why you need more skills and less stuff

adapt or die why you need prepper skills more than gear

Preppers have a bad reputation for hoarding gear, stocking up on a year's-worth (or more) of food, and packing bug out bags that could supply a platoon. In almost all cases, these preppers would be screwed if there were a disaster or SHTF. Gear … [Continue reading]

The mylar emergency blankets you love SUCK – but there’s hope

Mylar Emergency Blankets Suck

I see a lot of people suggesting that you get one of these so-called "emergency blankets." I'm here to tell you that they suck for their purported use - but there is an alternative and they still have their uses. This is a super-simple article … [Continue reading]

The ‘Two is one and one is none’ fallacy

two is one and one is none fallacy

Most people have heard, "Two is one and one is none." Things break, get lost, or get taken and sometimes they aren't easily fixed or replaced in the field. That's why you need to have a backup for anything critical. There's a critical point that … [Continue reading]

How to build an earthquake survival kit

How to build a portable earthquake bug out kit

Today we're gonna talk about what you should keep handy in an earthquake survival kit if you live in a place that has earthquakes. You could keep this bag in your car but just make sure you have it where you could get to it if you get more than just … [Continue reading]

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