One of the last things you want to deal with in an emergency is a bunch of soggy survival gear. To keep your supplies high and dry during a downpour or severe flooding, here are three ways to waterproof your gear.
This week’s rundown of must-read articles focuses on different aspects of personal protection. Discover the best way to “warrant-proof” your smartphone, the easiest way to keep your guns from jamming in a critical moment, six basic travel tips you should commit to memory and more.
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 this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal my favorite way to store emergency water, the best way to communicate across the country (or the globe) after a disaster, what you need for covert cooking during a crisis and more.
Satellite internet doesn’t require on-the-ground infrastructure like traditional internet providers. Since it can be so effective in remote locations or after a disaster, here are two reliable options for satellite internet providers.
This holiday, be sure to keep your eyes open while you’re out having fun. As you’ll see from the first of this week’s must-read articles, terrorism doesn’t take off on a holiday. You’ll also discover what North Korea is secretly up to, a critical tool no Navy SEAL ever leaves home without, seven natural cleaning recipes — and more.