Martial Law Declared?

We have gotten asked this question several times over the past few months: “When will martial law be declared?” Jon Faulkner and Chris Weatherman break down the reality of how it’s not possible on a large scale as many people believe. On the other side of things, there have also been a lot of civil liberties that have come close, if not already, infringed upon. Join the guys for a frank conversation about these topics and more.

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Freeze Dried Food Versus MRE

More people are looking to prepare every day as the economic outlook worsens. Learn about benefits and differences of MRE versus freeze dried food as a survival food reserve. There are a lot of people looking at survival food and supplies for the first time due to concerns about an economic depression…

Disaster Planning in Advance

Disaster strikes when we least expect it. For some, it causes extreme panic and apprehension about how they will make it through the emergency. The best way to have peace of mind that you and your family will make it through whatever comes your way is through disaster planning.

Essentials in an Outdoor First Aid Kit

There may be a chance that a person may have to face a mishap when in the outdoors. In fact, it can be said that most injuries are caused outdoors than inside the house. When a person is outside, they may become more excited (especially children) which can make them more vulnerable to injuries. The intensity of an injury can vary and the nature of it can also be different because different places have different types and level of hazards. A person may face different types of injury when they are in the forest whereas a simple trip to the beach may cause other types of mischief.

Why Learn CPR?

There are many reasons to learn CPR including professional requirement, sick family member, or new parent. Your reason may simply be general interest, it really doesn’t matter. Taking a CPR course will give you the knowledge and skills to help when it is needed most.

What Are Emergency Preparedness Kits?

Well is there ever a reason to be prepared in a state of emergency the answer to this question is yes, you should have a basic Emergency Preparedness Kit at all times, and make sure if you use any of the items to make a note of it and restore them. When we look at being prepared for emergencies a lot of us forget the golden rule, which is to remain calm and be prepared. First thing you should get is food – several can goods and several packages of non perishable foods – don’t forget a can opener, a basic first aid pouch that can be purchased in camping goods section or even local drug stores. Water bottles you should have at least 12 bottles of water in your basic pack, you will need a flashlight and a spare battery or batteries.

What Disaster Survival Equipment Do I Need?

When you are in the thick of an emergency we have so little time to be prepared to grab everything but the kitchen sink per say, so let’s look at a few basic essentials that are a must if you are caught in a disaster and ways to better equip ourselves to survive a little easier.

Butter When You Need It

During extreme times of crisis and under emergency conditions you can certainly bet that you will not find any sort of butter in your local food stores. Butter will tend to become a valuable commodity in those particular times.

Search and Rescue Dogs

Teaching search dogs to discriminate scents is an important part of their training. Scent is different in different environments. Weather, vegetation and time of day will affect what scent will do.

Is There a Difference Between Short Term and Long Term Food Storage?

When sitting among the various survival groups you often hear it said that someone is storing this or that for their short term storage and this and that for their long term storage. This is actually utter nonsense as the only difference in the short and the long term storage should be the quantity of products that are being stored.

The Essential First Aid Guide For External Bleeding

Bleeding can occur in all kinds of injuries. Whether it’s playing some kind of sport, in the kitchen cooking, a child playing or one of many other scenarios, accidents happen all the time. When one does occur we want to be prepared, we want to ensure that we know all there is to know about caring for the patient and treating the injury in the right manner.

Sustain and Protect Your Family With a Survival Kit

As humans we prepare for presentations, meetings, tests, first dates, even our retirement! But do we prepare for emergencies or disasters? Be sure your family can sustain itself during a disaster with a home survival kit.

Using Dry Ice to Store Your Emergency Foods

When storing up food we have to have some sort of way that we can preserve the food. Many times you will hear survivalists saying how they have placed five oxygen packets in their 5 gallon bucket in order to preserve their wheat or flour. Well, this is all well and good but using the oxygen packets is not the only way to preserve your food. In this article I am going to briefly explain to you how you can use dry ice to accomplish the same thing.

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