Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

The ‘Two is one and one is none’ fallacy

two is one and one is none fallacy

Most people have heard, "Two is one and one is none." Things break, get lost, or get taken and sometimes they aren't easily fixed or replaced in the field. That's why you need to have a backup for anything critical. There's a critical point that … [Continue reading]

How to build an earthquake survival kit

How to build a portable earthquake bug out kit

Today we're gonna talk about what you should keep handy in an earthquake survival kit if you live in a place that has earthquakes. You could keep this bag in your car but just make sure you have it where you could get to it if you get more than just … [Continue reading]

SHTF! The first 9 things to do during a disaster

survival the first 9 things to do when shtf emp

Most people in the world are reactive in emergency situations - especially when it comes to SHTF disaster scenarios (Shit Hit The Fan) that result in TEOTWAWKI (The End Of The World As We Know It). Having the right survival gear and training isn't … [Continue reading]

GoSun Sport Solar Stove Cooker Review

gosun sport solar cooker review

Over the past few months, I have been testing the Go Sun solar stove, the Sport model. The folks at Go Sun Stove were kind enough to send us that model, and wanted to know our thoughts on it. Graywolf asked if I wanted to test it out and I readily … [Continue reading]

The Art of Blending in: 5 Tips from a Counterintelligence Special Agent

The art of blending in 5 tips from a counterintelligence special agent

As some of you know, before I was a blogger, I spent many years as a Counterintelligence Agent, training and working with some of the best government agents and Special Forces personnel in the world. Most of that involved either conducting … [Continue reading]

Prepping 101: Beyond the Basics – part 2

prepping 101 beyond the basics 2

This 3 part series is designed to give beginning preppers an idea on how to approach being prepared. It can be a daunting task, and you might feel overwhelmed at first. But I have tried to break it down into manageable parts. If you missed … [Continue reading]

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