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 to communicate when the world goes silent

So if cell phones stopped working, how would you communicate? What if an EMP wiped out all electronics? How would you find your family or get help during a disaster or if SHTF?

12 essential survival items under $12

Quality survival gear isn’t always expensive. By choosing carefully, you can find gear for your kit or as a gift. Here are 12 essentials for your bug out bag or camping equipment.

Mpowerd Luci inflatable emergency solar lantern review

Mpowerd sent me a Luci inflatable emergency solar lantern to do a review. It has some really strong points and a few weaknesses. Read my review here.

9 ultralight backpacking tents for hiking or your bug out bag

Tent tech has come a long way. Here are 9 great tents for your backpack or bug out bag that will make camping more survivable – and more enjoyable …

Prepper gear review: The eartheasy SunBell lamp and phone charger

I wanted to check this SunBell solar lamp and charger out for myself because I’ve seen a lot of stellar reviews on it. I’m glad I did. It’s great for camping but not perfect.

goTenna: Send secure messages when cell is down

The goTenna connects to your phone via bluetooth and then transmit an encrypted radio signal to other goTenna transceivers within range.

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