Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


How to make a simple DIY oil lamp

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Olive oil is a must-have SHTF survival supply. One of its many uses is in an oil lamp, which is ridiculously easy to make. Here’s how they’re done.

Free hot water forever DIY project

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Hot water is super easy to have even in a SHTF scenario. This article shows you how to get hot water using solar power and cheap or easy-to-find parts. Great article.

Build your own DIY 5 gallon bucket no-ice evap air conditioner

time to cool down how to build a diy portable evap swamp cooler

Surviving in the desert is difficult due to the heat and lack of water usually available but if you do find water, how do you fix the heat problem? Learn the basics of how a swamp cooler works as well as a couple of examples on how you can build your own.

Simple DIY portable solar power box for camping or emergencies

A portable prepping/camping solar AC/DC power box you can make at home

Building a portable powerplant that can be charged with either the sun, AC voltage or 12 volt DC is pretty simple. There are just a few simple considerations and then you have MANY options. Here’s how I hooked up a box for camping to run my ham radio and other electronics.

Prepping Survival Supplies and Gear Webstore

Survival Gear and Supplies

If you’re looking for gear to keep you alive in a survival or SHTF scenario, this is it. Fire starters, water purification, tents – it’s all here.

The best pocket fire spark I’ve tried: Aurora firestarter

Solo Scientific Aurora 2SA firestarter review

Solo Scientific contacted me and asked if I could do a review on one of their 2SA firestarters.The rep said that it was “…endorsed by the Navy Diver Challenge and been to Mt. Everest…”. Due to the obvious marketing-speak bullshit of the exclamation points and ALL CAPS of some of the email, I wasn’t expecting much.

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