Category: Post Disaster

FUTURE: WROL…What Preppers Need to Know

Source: By: Michael Mabee Posted on: December 6, 2013 You really could not ask for better training videos on what WROL (Without Rule of Law) would look like in America than  “Why Most Doomsday Preppers Will Die.”  This is a series of videos by YouTube’s stankmouthcharlie. Mr. Stankmouth is not a prepper. But he describes what he believes […]

TIPS: Long-Term Survival …These Are the 5 Tools You MUST Have in Your Bug-Out Kit

Source: By: Daisy Luther Posted on: February 11, 2014 What’s the difference between an arm-chair survivalist and the real deal? The difference between someone who could get by for a few weeks and someone who could thrive indefinitely? One word – action. I was lucky enough to meet someone who is the real deal recently.  Mark is […]

TIPS: Winter Storm Tips … Preparing and Surviving

Source: Guest Post by Lee Flynn WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2014 Frigid cold is sweeping across the nation, and in some areas the cold weather, snow and freezing rain are so bad that people simply cannot leave their homes. And from the looks of things, the storm is only going toget worse. Whether it is this […]

TRAINING: New York National Guard launches citizens emergency training program

Source: (Defense Video & Imagery Distribution Systems) Story by Sgt. 1st Class Raymond Drumsta  Master Sgt. Peter Towse STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – New York National Guard soldiers and airmen are on the frontlines in New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s program to help citizens prepare for emergencies. Guard members trained more than 1,200 people on Saturday, Feb. 1 […]

Analysis: Atlanta’s Total Lack Of Preparedness

Source: Updated: Fri 3:09 PM, Jan 31, 2014 By: David Levinson – Opinion (CNN) — Editor’s note: David Levinson is a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota and director of the Networks, Economics and Urban Systems Research Group, or NEXUS. He has authored or edited several books, including “Planning […]

UPDATE: South Buckles Under Winter Storm

Source: Atlanta deals with gridlock and stranded drivers after snow storm Southerners not used to wicked winter weather were frozen in their tracks Tuesday as a rare storm swept the region, dumping snow and ice from Houston to the Carolinas. Just a few inches of snow brought the region to a virtual standstill as jackknifed 18-wheelers littered […]