Renowned Prepper Fiction Author Ron Foster Shares Solar Flare Preparedness Tips

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  Ron Foster is the author of the popular prepper and survival series, The Prepper Trilogy. In addition to holding several master’s degrees in emergency management related fields, Foster also brings real-life disaster experience to the table. The Ron Foster’s  academic credentials include certificates in Global Security and Terrorism Studies, Law and Public Safety, Displaced… Read more »

Educating Your Children At Home During A Long-Term Disaster And Morale Boosters

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  Although children may complain about getting up for school, they will miss the experience when it becomes no longer available. Once the most important preparedness aspects have been secured, long-term storage food, medical supplies, weapons and ammo, and homegrown food, attention can be turned to providing sustenance for the mind and some sense of… Read more »

What We Can Learn From Old Boy Scout Manuals And Fireproof Safety Tips

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Modern scouting workbooks and badges may focus a lot more on technology merit badges, but the old training manuals offer a multitude of back-to-basics skills an easy-to-understand step-by-step instructions. Old Boy Scout manuals prioritize wilderness survival tasks in a no-frills manner that we should still be mimicking today. The wilderness survival skills which abound in… Read more »

Survival Skills And Preparedness Training

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  When developing a self-reliance plan for the family, hands-on training should be a constant priority. The “one is none and two is one” philosophy teaches us to have backup for our backup from a supply purchasing standpoint. To be completely self-reliant, we must use that same mindset as a guide when considering how to… Read more »

Cyber Warfare: If North Korea Takes Down The Power Grid, Will Your Family Survive?

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  Cyber warfare can be as deadly as conventional warfare, without a single shot being fired or one solitary bomb being dropped. If we all wake up tomorrow without the luxury of electricity, store-bought food, and emergency medical care, only about 20 percent of the population would survive long term. Stockpiling emergency medical supplies, bullets,… Read more »

Cyber Warfare Threats Plague The U.S. Power Grid, Can You Feed Your Family If The Lights Go Out?

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  Should the power grid go down for just a single week, approximately one million Americans will likely die. Many scientists agree that such a doomsday scenario would also cause trillions of dollars’ worth of damage. With the very existence of such a significant portion of society on the line, a logical person would think… Read more »

Thermos Cooking With Long-Term Storage Food

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  Wood and gas will ultimately become precious resources during a long-term disaster. When a regional or national disaster is billed as a short-term emergency, it is still very wise to conserve all resources just in case the official government disaster estimate proves false. Integrating thermos cooking into the family or mutual assistance group preparedness… Read more »