Even if you have a bug-out bag and feel ready to deal with disaster, do you also have a planned route to get out of Dodge? And perhaps just as important, do you also have a backup plan? Here are four things to consider when deciding on a bug-out route.
Each and every one of this week’s stories contains intelligence that is critical to your survival. Including what to do before the taps in your town run dry, an often overlooked — yet essential — aspect of emergency prep and how to choose practical protective clothing. But first, let’s take a look at one key item that may make the difference between life and death in a survival situation.
Since many of you will be taking to the skies and hitting the roads next week, I figure it’s the perfect time to revisit some travel safety questions.
Welcome to the Weekly Drop. I received a lot of thoughtful feedback on the topic of implanting microchips in humans, including an important question regarding current applications of microchipping in animals.
As we covered in our most recent issue, the world is on high alert for a possible nuclear attack. I this doesn’t happens, but it’s a possibility for which we need to be prepared. Today, I want to share with you how to prepare for such an attack and what to do if, God forbid, it should come to pass.
Wondering what you can do after the violence in Charlottesville? Here’s your action to take. Plus, mudslides in Sierra Leone, hidden threats to your emergency storage and a gun-toting drone that can fire in midair.
This week’s must-read articles run the gamut from low-tech ways to keep cool to preparing for a biological disaster to the dangers of home canning — and more. Let’s take a look.
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
Certain jobs need certain tools. Check out this article from our friends over at 4Patriots that runs down 12 self-reliance tools you should own. Be sure to get your hands on them BEFORE the SHTF — or you might be SOL.
I don’t believe anyone should ever resign themselves to inevitable tragedy because they don’t think they can make it out in time. That’s quitter talk. This piece from Jeff Anderson over at Modern Combat & Survival offers three survival tips for seniors and those with limited mobility.