In the SEAL teams, during mission planning and rehearsal, we would train for the best-case scenario and plan for the worst. In every operation, this included a “NO COMMS” plan. Here’s how to make one for your family.
Packing a bag with essential supplies to help you survive and give you time to get somewhere safe (or for help to arrive) is one of the most basic ways to prepare for any number of emergencies. Today, discover three common mistakes to avoid when putting together a bug-out bag of your own.
Today we’re back with the final installment of “The Ultimate Doomsday Prepping List” compiled by our friends over at 4Patriots. The second half runs down 51 more survival items in categories ranging from toiletries and cleaning supplies to documents and more.
In his 25-plus years of experience in the protection business, Tom Lavin has developed multiple ways to communicate with clients and other agents in an emergency. Today, he’ll show you how to converse covertly if the situation warrants silent signaling.
Our friends at 4Patriots offer some advice on how to broach the subject of survival with your kids as well as a great way to get them involved in creating an emergency plan for your family.
This week’s mailbag covers a variety of questions from survival radios to propane storage and more. On your marks…
This edition of the Weekly Drop covers the best bear spray on the market, which waist wallet you should invest in for your next trip and how to prepare if bugging out is not an option. Let’s take a look.
Parts of North America were (and in some cases still are) battling various natural disasters, and let me tell you, Mother Nature is putting up one helluva fight. This week’s must-read articles cover flash floods in the Southwest and wildfires in the north, along with ways to guard your electronics and your finances.
Every time you journey overseas, there are several critical steps you need to take to ensure you have a safe trip. So if you’ve got an international expedition coming up, be sure to add these seven items to your vacation checklist.
As drone usage expands and drone applications continue to improve, the question that inevitably comes up is should you buy one?