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Start Here

To help you find what you’re looking for here, I thought I’d give you a quick-start guide to Graywolf Survival. Kind of a guided tour. You can find this page any time through the image in the front center of the main page or the ‘Start Here’ link at the very top.

What this site is about

This site brings you common-sense information on how to prepare yourself and your family to be able to deal with whatever life can throw you. Not just survive, but to thrive in any situation – from everyday life to SHTF. I do this by:

How to navigate this site

If you’re ever stuck, find the ‘Start Here’ link at the very top right of the page.

Just to the left of that is the Site Map, which lists every page, category, author, and post – all on one page.

You can find the various categories of my posts at the top of my page, just under the big orange Graywolf Survival banner.

Down the right side of the page is a list of my most recent posts.

Best Prepper Resources and Recommendations

This is a new project that will be ongoing. Each month (or so), I’ll have a new post with the best prepper gear, books, blogs, forums, facebook pages, and more that I’ve found. The items on those posts will then be collected on the Best Prepper Resources and Recommendations Page, along with the most recent blog posts of each of the sites listed in the best blogs and forums for you to click and read. If you’re going to bookmark any page other than my main page, that would be the one.

Most popular posts

This is the list of my top 10 posts:

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Most recent posts

Here are my 10 most recent posts:

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About me

I am a combat veteran of the United States Army and former Intelligence Officer. I’ve operated in several countries throughout Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. I’ve trained and worked with intelligence and Special Forces units in operations such as surveillance/counter-surveillance, HUMINT, and Counter-Terrorism. I’ve lived through real survival situations and try to bring that real-world knowledge to you here.

This site was started by me when I was on my last tour in Afghanistan to get my mind off things while laying in my hooch at night, and it’s grown by leaps and bounds ever since to become one of the most popular prepper/survival sites on the internet.

I also write occasionally for Joel Lambert’s website, so come find me there if you’d like to read more tactical and survival information.

You can also follow me on various social media accounts:

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I send out a weekly update to let you know what articles have been posted. On some rare occasions, if I think you’ll really like the information, I’ll send out a special one.

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