Alan Kay’s Survival Wallet – SD Classic

Alan Kay has spent years collecting the perfect build for the Survival Wallet that he carries every day. Take an inside look at its contents and take notes to build your survival wallet today.

SPEC-OPS T.H.E. Wallet

Whirl-Pak 36 oz. (1 L) Stand-up Bags

Best Glide ASE Credit Card Size Fresnel Lens


Emergency Fire Starter

Olight I1R Keychain Light

Fiber Braided Fishing Line

Best Glide ASE Survival Fishing Kit

1/10oz Gold Coins

Best Glide ASE Compact Tracker II Button Compass

Four Seasons Survival Tinder-Quik Fire Tab

MIL-M-18371E Emergency Signal Mirror

Slim Rescue Howler Whistle

Survival Parachute Fire Cord

Tarred Bank Line

Snare Wire

Marker Signal Panel

Pocket Wire Saw

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What Can You Do With Your Food Storage?

If you are dependent on your food storage to survive for an extended period of time, would you be able to create familiar meals for your family? Any meals at all? Or do you just have a hodgepodge of random cans and buckets of wheat collecting dust in your basement? I’ve compiled a list of foods you can make with some of the most common food storage items. Find out how your food storage compares!

What to Do in an Emergency

How well you survive a national emergency depends on how prepared you are. What is public safety? How do people contact their loved ones in an emergency? Can you explain how technology can be used in public safety? Are Asian countries prepared for an emergency?

How to Create a Home Inventory For Emergencies

Your house burns down. A burglar breaks in. A hurricane hits. When disaster strikes you need to be prepared. Having insurance is not enough.

Class III and Class IV Water Loss Flooding

Class III and Class IV are the worst flooding you can have that will require Washington water damage cleanup professionals. You will hope for restoring anything that can be restored with the structure of the home and the building and any other items.

Emergency Preparedness Should Not Be a Disaster

Natural disasters are considered to be the consequence of a natural hazard which affects human activities. They are termed a disaster if they cause financial, environmental or human loss due to lack of planning or lack of appropriate emergency management. There are steps you can and should take to prepare ahead.

We All Need to Look Around

Today I see on the TV. That there is another food that is being recalled the Tomato has made people sick in seven States this is not the first but just one more sign that should make us stand up and take notice of just how fragile Our World and our urban Lives Really Are.

To Store Or Not to Store?

That is the question! Food storage is considered part of being prepared for emergencies and natural disasters. Individuals and families can eliminate some stress, worry and inconveniences by planning for emergency food needs.How much and which foods to store will depend on the members of your household, your preferences, special health conditions, ability to use the food in an emergency, and space for storage.

Survival Kits – 5.5 Items You Must Have

What are the items you need in a personal survival kit in your house, office, etc. Don’t get caught off guard when an emergency happens!

Different Categories of Water

Utah water damage cleanup can be needed for many different reasons. There are different categories of the types of flooding that can happen and they have different severities. The different categories include clean water or category 1, gray water or category 2, and black water or category 3. You should consider the category of water when before you clean up the mess yourself.

How and Why You Should Be Prepared For Disasters

This is an article to help you get started on the long road to being prepared. Prepared for anything. This is a first in a series of easy how- to articles to get you motivated to take care of yourself and your family.

How a Hurricane Survival Kit – Pack Can Save Lives

It’s Hurricane Season, Are you ready to loss everything or will you be prepared this year? We want you to know how to protect your family. Don’t be without a Survival Kit.

How the Little Things Add Up

It finally happened to you, your home got flooded, now what do you do? The first thing is to stop, get control and think. Number one your list is to locate all your family and animals that were in the home, do you have everyone? Is anyone missing, is everyone accounted for?

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