Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


14 brilliant bug out bag packing tips

14 brilliant bug out bag packing tips

It’s not just what goes into your bug out bag – it’s how you put it in. Here are 14 tips to help you out.

10 steps how to prepare for SHTF

Preparing for SHTF

Click here to read the top 10 steps to preparing for disaster

The dangers of planning for worst-case scenarios

Dangers of planning for worst-case scenarios

“Plan for the worst and hope for the best.” This kind of thinking can be dangerous if you don’t think things through properly. You need to have some balance and some logical thinking in your planning.

Graywolfsurvival SHTF vehicle part1: The search

Ultimate SHTF vehicle build

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.

The dangers of over-prepping

Redundancy isn't always best

Prepping is important. Over-prepping can be as bad as under-prepping; both for learning and stocking supplies. The problem is that you can’t have everything and you don’t have unlimited time to learn everything. ‘Why not?’ you ask? How do you know when you’re prepping enough – or too much? Well, that’s what today’s article is about: over-prepping.

What I learned about prepper planning from the Army: PACE

PACE: Primary, Alternate, Contingency, Emergency

Preppers plan. At least, they should. But do you know how to plan properly? Being a prepper means you prepare but proper planning involves more than just buying prepper gear or learning survival skills.

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