This week’s mailbag questions are all about avoiding danger at all costs. You’ll learn how to protect yourself from phone scammers, looters, natural disasters and more.
One of the last things you want to deal with in an emergency is a bunch of soggy survival gear. To keep your supplies high and dry during a downpour or severe flooding, here are three ways to waterproof your gear.
If utilizing a storage unit as a bug-out location seems like a viable alternative for your family, here are some other pros and cons to think about.
It’s time for some much-needed spring cleaning. Today, Jason reveals the importance of establishing a clear system for your emergency supplies. Plus, he offers four organizational tips you can implement as you get rid of winter waste and get ready for warmer weather.
This week’s must-read articles cover how to stop major blood loss in gunshot victims, safety tips for school and work and the most important thing you can do to protect yourself absolutely anywhere.
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.
As I’ve said before, the most important thing you can do if you’re caught in an active shooter scenario is MOVE. Once you are in a defensive position that is well hidden and away from the site of the shooting, it’s time for the next phase of survival.
In an active shooter scenario, the FIRST THING you must do is remove yourself from the immediate vicinity of the source of the gunfire. If you survive the first 10 seconds of this type of ambush, you have a much better chance of making it out alive.
It’s important to plan several escape routes in the event you need to bug out or there’s a sudden evacuation and one of your routes is blocked. Today, Jeff Anderson reviews three alternatives to keep in mind if local roads are gridlocked or impassable.
If a natural disaster forces you to evacuate from your home, do you have a plan in place to load your vehicle quickly and escape danger? Do you know which items are most important to take with you?