Recent SurvivalRing updates & News

Hi again, my friends…

I’ve been busy on SurvivalRing this week, and have added new download areas to the website, as well as started posting some great classic government produced civil defense documents right here on the SurvivalRing Blog.

Here’s a summary of the updated download areas…

All Hazard libraryA vast collection of PDF and other documents covering all areas of natural and manmade disaster preparedness, as well as some public domain book and texts from the early 20th century.

Total Files Available: 436
Total Bytes: 1.89 GB
Go there….  ==> All Hazard Library

The Bunker libraryAnother huge set of PDF and other documents covering radiation measuring devices, nuclear testing years, radiation protection, expedient shelters, fallout, and many other similar topics.

Total Files Available: 229
Total Bytes: 1.19 GB
Go there….  ==> The Bunker Library

Field Manual libraryOver 5 dozen PDF documents covering first aid, sanitation, engineering, hygiene, survival, decontamination, orienteering, and other training areas.

Total Files Available: 64
Total Bytes: 428.02 MB
Go there….  ==> Field Manual Library

Other updates to the SurvivalRing website include an update and expansion of our new Help Desk software, added to provide personal and quick help and assistance for information, questions, suggestions, or other needs. You can always find the link right below our Contact Me link in the menu above.

As for other updates, I’ll be adding new downloads to the SurvivalRing Blog at least 5 days a week, to keep providing updated and educational info to you and our other visitors. I’ve got hundreds of new PDF documents to share with everyone, so stay tuned for these additions as they happen.

Many other updates to SurvivalRing have been added to the back end of the website…the part that runs all these great features and interactive areas. New security tools are helping cut down on and report hacking attempts in real time. Caching tools are helping serve web pages faster than ever. New built in functions to our core site tools for charting things, adding reviews of new and interesting products and services, mapping news and visitors, and some exciting site-oriented social networking tools. We also will be expanding our Twitter and Facebook usage and interaction, so you can stay updated on news, alerts, downloads, and more…where ever you are. As I’ve mentioned previously, I can also provide real time updates to this website and my others, via my mobile devices, directly to the site homepage, from ANYWHERE.

These are just the current SurvivalRing updates. More content, articles, and audio and video are on the way as well, with a brand new area that will serve all our media needs now and in the future. And yes, I’ll be producing these new creations myself. Those college degrees are getting a workout just for you.

Finally, I’m still working on the next issue of our SurvivalRing Ezine newsletter. Watch for it in about a week or so.

Until next time, remember…you can comment on any post or page on the site, contact me directly via the contact form or help desk, and can ask for any new feature, topic, downloads, or other site features to be created or updated.


The Author

Rich Fleetwood

Rich is the founder of SurvivalRing, now in it's 24th year, author of multimedia CDs and DVDs, loves the outdoors, his family, his geeky skill-set, and lives in rural southern Wyoming, just below the continental divide (long story, that...). Always ready to help others, he shares what he learns on multiple blogs, many social sites, and more. With a background in preparedness and survival skills, training with county, state, and national organizations, and skills in all areas of media and on air experience in live radio and television, Rich is always thinking about the "big picture", when it comes to helping individuals and families prepare for life's little surprises.

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