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The Tourniquet: Saving Lives As A Combat Medic

By Emma C / November 20, 2018

There are many schools of teaching in first aid, but few know how to keep it SIMPLE quite like the Combat Medic. Sure, modern medics carry bags full of fancy gear, and they use it too–but what they can do in lieu of these tools is what a man should know for survival. In this […]

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Hurricane Michael Victims Continue Grueling Recovery Efforts

By Emma C / November 5, 2018

With an updated death toll of 29 following one of the strongest storms in US history, Florida citizens are fighting to put the pieces of their lives back together. Panhandle communities across the state faced unprecedented devastation when Hurricane Michael came ashore on Wednesday, October 10th. Some homes withstood major flooding, while others were completely […]

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Surviving The Aftermath Of An Inclement Weather Pile-Up

By Emma C / October 25, 2018

Most of us have lost count the number of times we’ve been stuck on the road in a long line of standstill traffic with no way out. While the delay is an inconvenience, it’s usually nothing more than that. We’re late to a meeting or to work, and we have no choice but to wait […]

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Your Biological Cheat Sheet: Fueling Your Body The Right Way

By Emma C / October 16, 2018

In a state of perfect rest, the average person burns approximately 70 calories per hour maintaining their body’s basic metabolism (involuntary functions like blood circulation and breathing). Conducting minimal daily activities like sitting, standing, or getting a glass of water adds another 45 calories or so (per hour). Any kind of serious work or exertion […]

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Making Your Car Disaster-Ready

By Emma C / October 10, 2018

This brief, informative video covers everything you need for a basic car safety kit. As he says in the video, this isn’t just for seasoned preppers or military vets- this video is for everyone, everywhere, all year round. From jumper cables to water bottles to band aids, these basic safety measures should be in every car […]

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Prediction: The Coming Financial Crisis Will Overshadow the Last

By Emma C / October 5, 2018

Peter Schiff, veteran stock broker and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, predicts that although aspects of the forthcoming financial crisis will seem familiar, it will be even more devastating than the crash of 2008. As reported by RT News, he claims that the imminent devastation is due to the fact that “Unfortunately, no lessons were […]

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Your Car Accident Survival Guide

By Emma C / October 3, 2018

Car disasters make for thrilling action scenes in the movies, but in the real world, they mean life or death. In today’s article we’re going to talk about three of these scenarios and the dos and don’ts of each. As much as you don’t like to think about it, next time, it could be you. […]

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Are Non-Lethal Weapons and Unarmed Combat Skills Enough?

By Emma C / October 1, 2018

This is a common question that pops up when preppers think about self-defense. Using a firearm seems extremely violent and final. They’d rather take their attackers down and wait till the police arrive. It seems more humane. The truth of the matter is that reality is very different. Every prepper should own a firearm; there’s […]

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The Top Four Precious Metals That AREN’T Gold

By Emma C / September 26, 2018

The phrase ‘precious metals’ typically brings two specific elements to mind: silver and gold. While gold still holds its position as the sort of ‘universal’ precious metal (the luxury watch, the extravagant jewelry), it’s oftentimes mistakenly thought of as the only thing out there because it’s all that’s advertised. The truth is that there are countless ‘precious […]

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10 Must-Have Items For Your Storage Pantry

By Emma C / September 25, 2018

There is often much confusion when it comes to storing food for an emergency. Many preppers are unaware of the difference between freeze dried foods and dehydrated foods. They are unsure if they should stock up on protein bars and meals ready-to-eat (MRE) or just get canned food from the supermarket. This article will give […]

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