Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Best EDC flashlight value: CREE 7w review

For under $5, this is one of the best bug out bag flashlights you can get. Super sturdy and holy-crap bright.

You need a dash cam. Here’s why…

A dash cam can be very useful for documenting bugout routes or cache locations. It can also help augment your security plan. This is my review of the Spy Tec GS1000 1080p dash cam.

What survival/prepper books would you have in your SHTF library?

If you were sticking it out alone after SHTF or trying to help rebuild a small society, what would be in your SHTF library? Will the books you have currently be all that useful?

EDC Carry Webstore

Looking for gear for your EDC kit so you’re ready for anything at any time? Hundreds of items available to ship immediately.

How to run your electronics on dead batteries: the joule thief

How would you like to use dead batteries or make homemade batteries to power things like flashlights or similar things that can make your life more comfortable or even save your life?

Using solar to cook: DIY solar oven

You don’t need to build a fire or use fuel to cook food or heat water. In most cases, solar power is all that’s necessary. What you need is a little knowledge to let you harness that energy efficiently.

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