Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Prepping supplies and gear

A good bit of what you need to know is about what prepping gear and supplies you should buy and which are the best. However, it's not just what kind of prepping gear to buy, but also how to use it. Even better is how to make things that will help your prepping with things that you can find around your house or in the nearby trash. This is what this category is all about - Prepping gear; how it's made, how it works, and how good it is.

How I built my ultimate 25 pound bug out bag

Here’s how I used a some ultralight thru-hiking techniques to build my hiking/camping/bug out bag under 25 pounds without sacrificing what I need.

Best bug out bag survival food: GORP

Many people choose dehydrated food or prepackaged survival food for their backpack or bug out bag. I have a solution that gives you more calories and protein per pound and is cheaper and even healthier.

The threat you face from Ebola and what you can do about it (Updated)

The Ebola virus problem has been escalating out of control in Africa and is now spread to the West. … How worried should you really be? … What can you do to prepare?

5 discreet weapons you can carry (almost) anywhere

You can’t always carry a weapon to defend yourself but with a little creativity and some training, there are many discreet weapons you can improvise.

Your own vehicle surveillance camera – the G1W-C 1080P

Having your own vehicle surveillance camera to document your bug out route, cache locations, or traffic altercation is pretty inexpensive these days.

5.11 Rush 72 tactical backpack review – the perfect bug out bag?

If you ask a forum or group about the best bug out bag, the 5.11 Rush 72 seems to be the go-to bag of choice. It’s a great bag but is it the best choice for bugging out?

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