Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Should you build a SHTF team or go it alone?

If SHTF, is it better to trust no one and go it alone or build a team to go through hell together? Both plans have their pros and cons. If you build a team, what should you look for? How do you trust them?

Graywolfsurvival SHTF vehicle part1: The search

So what vehicle would be not only the best SHTF vehicle but also affordable by the normal working person in the US? I’m going to buy a vehicle that satisfies what I need and then go through some of the improvements I make to it so I can give you some ideas of where to start and where to go with your vehicles.

Should you bug in or bug out?

One of the biggest arguments is the bugging-in-vs-bugging-out one. Which do you plan for? The truth is that you have to plan for both. The key is to decide under what circumstances you’re gonna leave the comforts of your home.

How to plan a bug out route for emergency evacuation

Learn how to plan your family’s escape from a natural disaster area to your bugout location

How to make an emergency communication plan for your family

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 this,

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