Category: Kits

Survival Must-Haves You May Not Have Thought Of…EDC

Guest Post from Demi Rose… Are you aware that failure to bring something may cause your death during a dangerous situation? Yes, I said it right. Sometimes you forget to bring the most necessary materials that will help you survive in the midst of danger. Thus, to make sure that you won’t forget the materials […]

HABITS: 7 Powerful Navy SEAL Habits

Source: survivalprepper-joe.com By: Joe Touchstone Posted on: April 18, 2014 SEAL Training – 7 Powerful Navy SEAL Habits  Can Navy SEAL habits put your prep and survival success on autopilot? Learn exactly what these elite teams do to virtually guarantee their success. What you’ll get below: – 7 game-changing habits that supercharge your effort – Video interviews with […]

GEAR: Survival Situation? 5 Items to Include in Your Prepper Car Kit

Source: edthatmatters.com By: Todd Sepulveda Posted on: April 4th, 2014 Todd’s Note: This guest post discusses keeping and maintaining a car kit.  This is a good idea for every vehicle that you own.  After reading these ideas, what would you add?  What do you carry in your vehicle? You’ve done the research, made a plan and stocked up on […]

INFOGRAPHIC: The Doomsday News Survival Info-graphic

Source: doomsdaynews.com By: James Kearney Posted on: October 31, 2013 Here’s our very own doomsday survival info-graphic and is aimed primarily at those new to prepping. It covers some of our recent articles on how scientists predict the world will end. Also some general facts about our prepping community, along with some tips for your bug out bag. Click […]

GEAR: Things To Keep In Your Car Kit

Source: spacecoastpreppers.com By: Ken Jorgustin Posted on: July 23, 2013 What’s in your car kit? Please put together a simple backpack car kit to keep in your vehicle for an emergency. If you are like most other people, you probably spend a fair amount of time driving in your car. While it may seem like you could easily […]

SURVIVE: 10 Unbelievable Ordinary Things That Could Be Potential Lifesavers

Source: yearzerosurvival.com By:  staff-writer Posted on:  January 9, 2013 10. Sanitary Pads | Bleeding Wounds Treating The sanitary pad’s origin lies in nineteenth-century battlefield hospitals to treat bullet wounds. Only after World War I did they take on their now-traditional use of female hygiene. In case of emergency, when medical attention may not be available, bleeding wounds treating will […]