This holiday, be sure to keep your eyes open while you’re out having fun. As you’ll see from the first of this week’s must-read articles, terrorism doesn’t take off on a holiday. You’ll also discover what North Korea is secretly up to, a critical tool no Navy SEAL ever leaves home without, seven natural cleaning recipes — and more.
This week’s roundup of must-read articles covers a lot of ground — from avoiding cellphone tracking to survival sanitation to door safety. And that’s not all… Read on to discover how to keep all the protection you need right in your wallet, the most critical step of wildfire prep and what to do when a stranger comes calling.
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.
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.
Wildfires threaten lives, destroy property, compromise the local ecology and affect the air quality for miles around. Check out the following article from our friends over at 4Patriots. It addresses the hazy issue surrounding wildfires and offers an easy solution to improve the air in your home.
The reality is you can never be careless when you start a fire in the wild. Even in a survival situation, you need to consider the ramifications of starting a fire you might not be able to keep under control. Here are five important considerations you MUST remember when picking a safe spot to build a fire.
As drone usage expands and drone applications continue to improve, the question that inevitably comes up is should you buy one?
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?
I admit it: I’m a gear junkie. And as my wife will tell you, it’s one of the few areas of my life I keep highly organized. Because you can have the best gear in the world, but if you can’t access it quickly enough, it won’t do you any good.