Today, our friends over at 4Patriots reveal an ominously named training exercise helping the people of Wisconsin prepare for an even darker reality. You’ll also learn how to apply a similar approach so you can act without hesitation in the event of a major grid-down scenario.
In the final installment of 4Patriots’ report on the top 12 mistakes preppers make, you’ll learn the best ways to get the whole family involved, why you should absolutely stock certain “nonessential” items and the main reason some people give up before they even get started.
In this week’s mailbag, you’ll learn the easiest way to establish if someone is lying to you… the No. 1 item to take with you if you’re traveling cross-country… whether or not you should wear a bulletproof vest as part of your EDC gear… and much more.
Our friends over at 4Patriots put together a comprehensive report of the top 12 mistakes preppers make — so you don’t make a potentially fatal error in a time of crisis. In Part III of this report, Frank Bates reviews mistakes seven, eight and nine.
You never know how long some disasters will last — or how long until essential services return to operational after a crisis. Considering this, I want to share with you a few tips on how to ration food and water in a survival situation.
In this week’s mailbag alert, you’ll discover an essential apparatus that lets you drink clean water from anywhere, the best gas mask to buy if you wear glasses, the first thing you should do if someone you love has been kidnapped — and more.
In the SEAL teams, during mission planning and rehearsal, we would train for the best-case scenario and plan for the worst. In every operation, this included a “NO COMMS” plan. Here’s how to make one for your family.
A good survival knife isn’t hard to come by, but it’s easy to get bogged down by all the choices out there. Today, Jason Hanson runs down the nine components of a quality knife to help you make sure you get your money’s worth.
Camping, hiking, fishing and rafting are all healthy and very gratifying activities. But at any moment you could find yourself in a situation that is potentially life-threatening. Today, you’ll learn what you should do if you must cross a body of water — be it a pond, lake, stream or rushing river.