Misinformation brings panic, then panic brings fear.
And once fear is settled in, everything is possible. Among many things that fear can bring, one is especially important … Read the rest
An outbreak of a sickness is always bad, but can you imagine how bad it would be in a country where the system has already collapsed?… Read the rest
What would you do if one morning in your city you found out that there are confirmed cases of a new illness that rapidly spreads among citizens, and … Read the rest
Violence is everywhere we look. We see it on television. We see it at the theater. We read it in books, magazines, articles, and social media … Read the rest
In prepping for an urban survival situation, there is a lot of misinformation. And it is all due to the fact that there are no easy answers. … Read the rest
Editor’s Note: Long-time popular commenter 1stMarineJarHead recently returned from a trip to the big city and had some interesting observations about the differences between Urban OPSEC and Situational Awareness versus … Read the rest
Editor’s note: I’m delighted to introduce our newest contributor, Terry Trahan. He is a really cool guy who I met through Toby Cowern, who you may remember was Selco’s … Read the rest
I previously wrote about how to survive a winter storm at home in case your power goes out, which has some great overall information in it to … Read the rest
I’ve written about survivalism vs. preparedness before. Today I want to talk about a major difference between the two.
Have you ever thought about what an SHTF Christmas would be like after an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it event? I’m not talking about a minor issue that just … Read the rest
Whether you’re a social butterfly or a homebody, we have to go out sometime, and we shouldn’t forget our EDC Bag (Every Day Carry). But have … Read the rest
One of the things we constantly got in trouble for in the Army was lack of attention to detail. Missing a spot on your inspection boots (back when … Read the rest