Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

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

The world news is on fire with reports of infections and death from the Ebola virus, and victims are being brought to the US. What do you need to know? - http://bit.ly/1kPR1zc

So we've been hearing a LOT about this Ebola thing for a while now, and every day, it seems like the problem escalates. How worried should you really be? What can you do about it? What should you be doing now? James wrote an article several days … [Continue reading]

How to survive an EMP/CME – Part 3: How to prepare

In the first two parts of this series, we looked at what an EMP is, and what effects it would have on us. In the final part, I’ll look at some things you can do to be prepared should we ever experience one. Now for those of you who are hoping for … [Continue reading]

5 discreet weapons you can carry (almost) anywhere

Let's face it: it would be nice to be able to carry a concealed firearm with you wherever you go to be able to protect yourself and your family from any of the millions of crazy people in the world who don't have your best interests in mind. … [Continue reading]

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

G1W-C Full HD 1080 capacitor model dash cam review

(Graywolf) - Spytec asked me if I could do a review of their new 1080p dash camera. I've written previously about how you could use one of these to document a bug out route or cache location but since I'd already done a camera review, I figured I'd … [Continue reading]

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

5.11 Tactical Rush 72 backpack review - is this the perfect bug out bag? So I posted a question on a couple of forums, my facebook page and in a couple of facebook groups about which backpack everyone thought was the best bug out bag out there. By … [Continue reading]

How to communicate when the world goes silent

How to communicate when the world goes silent - ham radio emergency communication

So how would you communicate with your family or get help if communications go down? If you found yourself in the middle of a wide-scale disaster such as a hurricane or other catastrophe and you had no government coming to help for a while, how would … [Continue reading]

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