Survival Dispatch Insider – Animals In Survival

Fellow Survivalist, The May 2020 issue of Survival Dispatch Insider is ready!

They’re everywhere, creatures with more legs than us. Some don’t even have legs, but we are all struggling to share the same spaces. ANIMALS, and not just the furry ones, slimy, scaly, armored you name it. Some would like to eat you, but most want to be left alone. In this month’s issue of the Insider, we have collected a veritable stew of articles from how to learn from wild animals to unusual food sources to repurposing your pets. What does that mean? Check out the Insider to see if we are thinking what you are thinking.

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First Aid Kit Checklist

First aid kit checklist to help you buy and maintain the supplies you need in case of an injury at home, at work, or in your community. Helping you make sure you have what you need when you need it.

Dehydrated – Freeze-Dried Versus Bulk Food Storage

Recently, I posted a series of videos on my blog showing the proper method of packing staple food items such as rice, beans, and wheat for long-term storage. I couldn’t possibly stress enough the importance of using such methods as one would be hard-pressed to find a better way to quickly build up a larder of nutritious, life-sustaining food. When dealing in such bulk items as grains, legumes, etc., a hardy supply of foodstuffs will quickly accumulate.

Learn Why Smoke Alarms Are Important

Thinking about fire and the havoc it can wreak on homes and families is a devastating thought. Many of choose to ignore the though altogether in an attempt to not have to deal with the coinciding harsh realities of fires within the home.

A Few Words on Backup Power Generators

This article serves the purpose of introducing the reader to a very important part of emergency preparedness: the use of a backup generator to produce one’s own power should the grid go down. I present basic information on gasoline- as well as diesel- and propane-engined generator rigs and give my recommendations.

The Importance of Exercising Discretion With Regards to Your Survival Emergency Preparations

Ever tried to wake others up to the need to prepare for hard times? Ever stop to think that you might be putting yourself and your family in danger? The following article will explain why you should exercise caution.

Bug Out Camp

Everyday I pick up the daily newspaper and read about another small business closing their doors or even worse I see major corporations requesting additional government funds in order to continue their operations. These types of newspaper headlines tend to scare the dickens out of me. Obama’s budget breaking stimulus plan does not appear to be having much of an effect upon this situation in the least.

Ernest Shackleton – Explorer Turned Mountain Climber

The hunt for the first to reach the South Pole was over and Shackleton and a crew wanted to be the first to cross the pole from side to side. Barely starting the journey, the ship got frozen up in the ice. The rest became a story that should have been lost in the snow and water around the frozen continent. But for various reasons, some unknown, the story had been told and it had a lot of witnesses.

Sir Ernest Shackleton – A Disastrous Expedition

Sir Ernest Shackleton led a group to within 97 miles from the South Pole and returned to be knighted by the King. But he would not rest and planned to return to be the first to cross the continent as Amundsen had already reached the South Pole. This seemingly easier task would prove to test everything needed for such a task. The difference was that there was no glory, no reward but to be alive for those who returned.

Emergency Procedures to Be Envied

On September 11, a 2001 flight slammed into the Pentagon. Fuel, fire and concussion waves poured out into the most secured of areas. Sensitive and Classified military information and material, communications equipment, secure containers and much more became vulnerable to loss or compromise. Security containers welded shut and unable to access in the extreme heat of the subsequent fires.

First Aid at Home – Are You Sure You’re Up to Speed If Someone Starts to Bleed?

According to the CDC, injuries at home are not accidents – they can be prevented. None the less, injuries at home are extremely prolific, and that is why having a first aid kit that is stocked up and ready to deal with almost anything is essential. The CDC says that about a third of all injuries that require emergency room or personnel to visit and attention happens at home or in recreation, and drowning, falls, fires, and poisoning are among the most common ones. While everyone should take steps to ensure that their homes are as safe and secure as possible, having the tools to deal with these unintentional injuries (that’s a CDC phrase, by the way) can mean the difference between life and death, or lasting damage or full recovery.

Emergency Car Kit

Having an Emergency Car Kit with you at all times while traveling in your vehicle will greatly improve your ability to get to your destination should you suffer a breakdown. In today’s world, you might not be surrounded with as much help as you think.

How Your Spouse Feels About Your Preparedness Efforts

Years ago as I began to store up on food my family looked at me with strange glances. They really thought I had lost my marbles. Along came Y2K and as I increased my preparedness efforts the looks increased drastically. The going joke in the home was that the food being stored was my children’s inheritance. (Think about that statement for a few minutes and you will see the true value in it).

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