Category: Bugout Hazards

EMP: America Not Ready For EMP Attack, Homeland Security Adviser Says

Source: inquisitr.com By: Tara Dodrill Posted on: April 21, 2014   An EMP attack would have “catastrophic effects” on American civilians, according to statements made by Peter Vincent Pry. The executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and US Nuclear Strategy Forum Congressional adviser feels the technology necessary to avoid such an apocalyptic disaster exist. Pry […]

PLANS: Selecting A Bug Out Location

Source: inchsurvival.com By: whitewolf Posted on: August 12, 2013 Leaving the security of your home and deciding to bug out should always be your last resort.  There are many different scenarios in which you could be forced to leave.  It could be a natural or man-made disaster or perhaps the economy has collapsed, society has broken down and […]

THOUGHTS: Bushcraft a part of prepping?

Source: isurvivalskills.blogspot.com By: Bushcraft and Survival Skills Posted on: January 2012 < p> Read the rest of this article and find other worthy stories by visiting isurvivalskills.blogspot.com Fair Use Statement The content of this post/pages/video may contain copyrighted ( © ) material, the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. Such material […]

THREATS: A Nuclear Weapons Will Land on U.S. Soil

Source: survivalistprepper.net By: Lisa Posted on: March 18 2014 With all of news that is being projected, either via the mass media propaganda machine, as well as other ‘alternative’ (or as I prefer to think of them as real reports sharing real news) you don’t have to dig very far to find some news on the situation that […]

RESOURCES: Finding Water In The Wilderness

Source: inchsurvival.com By: whitewolf Posted on: January 11, 2013 Finding Water in the Wilderness People cannot survive in the wilderness without air, water and food. In normal conditions a person can live without air for three minutes, without water for three days, and without food for three weeks. Since air is plentiful (in most survival situations) we shouldn’t […]