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.
This week’s roundup of must-read articles covers all manner of threats from environmental to chemical to digital — and what you can do to protect yourself. Plus, learn how to keep your prepping under wraps to avoid drawing unwanted attention in a disaster scenario.
There are homes across the U.S. built near hillsides or narrow channels that can easily turn into a deadly mudslide — yours may be one of them. So today, I want to share four tips to help you stay safe in the event of a mudslide where you live.
Many people in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico have lost most if not all of their personal belongings. Considering the number of gun owners who experienced flooding in these areas, it leads to the following question: Can ammunition that has been submerged in water still be used?
It’s crazy how history repeats itself. We published the article below in Spy & Survival Briefing almost a year ago to the day — on Aug. 22, 2016 — and here we are again. Please take a moment to read this article and then consider your own evacuation plan. Because next year, this could be you.
There are many great survival items we could all use — if they didn’t cost thousands of dollars. So until you win the lottery, here are some items I recommend saving up to purchase. One day, they just might save you.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, most of this week’s articles focus on prepping. Because any number of crises could throw your daily life into turmoil — from an unexpected weather event to the imposition of martial law. Don’t you want to be prepared?
In an emergency situation, two of the most important things you will need to provide for yourself are food and water. Good thing there is one survival tool that can help you with both — a survival stove.
Undoubtedly, if you surveyed 20 people and asked them what they have in their bug-out bags, you’d get 20 different answers, even though there are certain basics everyone should have. There are also several mistakes people make with their bags. Here are the deadliest ones to avoid.
Historic flooding is displacing thousands of people in parts of the U.S., forcing them to hastily flee their homes. Weather events are unpredictable – as is civil unrest – so in any event, you’ll want a plan in place to evacuate from your home in ten minutes or less. Because in an emergency situation, every minute counts.