In this week’s Must-Read articles you will learn how to tell if the ‘good guy’ is really a ‘bad guy’ as well as tools on using Ham radios and also 10 things experts say you should never do in an emergency.
You will also learn splinting techniques to help you in a painful situation and lastly, learn the criminal blueprint that could save your life.
Let’s dive in…
How to Recognize Bad People Who Aren’t Obviously Bad
Have you ever found out later that a person who you trusted, or someone you were acquainted with, a coworker, or a friend, was actually a bad person?
It may come as a surprise, but, there are bad people out there. Not only that, but some bad people are well disguised. Read More Here.
Ham Radio for Beginners: Simplex and Duplex Communications for Preparedness
Have relatives across town that you can’t talk to currently if cell phones or power goes down? Ham licenses and repeaters can solve the problem.
Here is a simplified explanation of simplex and repeater operations as well as some advantages and disadvantages to serve your preparedness objectives. Read More Here.
10 Things to Never Do in a Disaster or Emergency
The worst thing about emergencies and disasters is that they are often unpredictable. We don’t often get much warning, if any, that our life is about to hang in the balance.
It can be difficult to know what to do, especially if you haven’t put much thought or practice into emergency planning prior to getting caught up in one. But experts seem to agree on these 10 things to never do in a disaster or emergency. Read More Here.
Splinting Techniques To Relieve Pain And Avoid Further Injury
The reason for splinting a fracture (or a suspected fracture) is for immobilization. Movement of a fractured bone can be very painful. Proper splinting can relieve some of the pain, and, reduce the chance of further injury.
Since medical aid will not always be available, it is worth learning as much as possible about taking care of yourself in an austere environment. Read More Here.
The Attack Cycle: This is how the Bad Guys do it
In the Intelligence community, it’s referred to as the Attack Cycle.
It’s the bad guy’s blueprint. Here’s where it matters to you and I (the good guy’s)… When you understand how it works, their nefarious script (the attack cycle) can be stopped dead in its tracks. Read More Here.