7 Primitive Colors with David Holladay | TJack Survival

7 Primitive Colors with David Holladay | TJack Survival




Prepare Ahead of Time in Regards to Fire Safety

Being prepared for fires can help protect your family from harm in case a fire does break out. Now is the perfect time to plan a fire escape plan. The safety of your home and family should be a main priority in your life.

End of the World Predictions – Do They All Point to 2012?

If you haven’t already heard, all the end of the world predictions have pointed to December 21, 2012. This is the day predicted to be the end of our current world on Earth.

Is a Generator Needed in Your Survival Or Disaster Planning?

Many debate whether a generator is really needed or not during a disaster situation. Learn why you might need one and why at other times it might be a safety concern.

Preparing For Disasters is Not a Waste of Time – The Worst is That You Have Extra Items at Home

Many see disaster planning as a waste of time. The reality is that even if nothing ever happens, you were going to buy most of the supplies down the road anyway.

City Survival Preparedness – Why Would Anyone Need Survivalism in an Urban Area?

Most people are more likely to find themselves in a city survival situation than a wilderness one. Learn what supplies and techniques need to be learned to make it during an urban disaster.

The Survival Homestead

This is a short story of a man who escaped the breakdown of society with his family and started a self sustaining micro farm that his family is living off of. As he is walking the grounds, he marvels in satisfaction at the food he has grown and the micro farm he has created.

It’s Important to Have an Emergency Kit in Your Car in Case You Become Stranded!

We get into our car, turn on the engine and drive expecting that everything will be just fine. But a car is a mechanical thing and it is possible that it could breakdown in the most inappropriate place. Your car could breakdown in the middle of a snowstorm, in the heat of the desert or in the middle of nowhere.

Wilderness First Aid Kit – Is Your Kit in Order?

Each person should have their own personal wilderness first aid kit and if the group is large, then a larger first aid kit with more variety of supplies should be carried. The size of the group is up to you. Your personal wilderness first aid kit is going to be small and light weight. You can purchase one or make your own. It should be in a water proof container. This is what I carry in my personal first aid kit. Yours may have additional items, but these are the basic essentials.

Do You Have Emergency Preparedness Supplies and a Plan in Case of a Disaster?

Emergency preparedness supplies are important to have in case of disaster. Learn what things you might need so that you can start putting together what you will need just in case.

Bug Out Vehicle – An Urban Survival Secret For Natural Disasters Or Other Situations

A bug out vehicle can be used for shelter as the cheap alternative to a bug out location. While it’s not the most comfortable, it can be stocked with items that you need during a disaster situation.

Food Storage Guidelines to Help Manage Your Supplies Easier

There are some food storage guidelines that you should be aware of. When keeping these in mind, being able to cook your food and not have it expire are much easier.

Procedures of Attending a Victim in Case of a Sudden Accident

A) Emergency Rescue Measures: 1. Immediately remove the victim from the place of accident. For example, from water, fire or from a garage or room filled with carbon-monoxide, smoke or noxious fumes.

How to REACT to a Fire

When you discover a fire or smoke, the best way is not to panic. Compose yourself and follow these simple steps that will help you go through it.

How to Maintain a Fire Extinguisher

Like anything, a fire extinguisher has to be maintained. It is a pressure vessel so therefore should be treated with respect. It is charged with more or less 200psi of dry nitrogen for it to be able to propel its extinguishing agent.

CPR Class Tips – How to Find the Right CPR Class – Part 1

There are many types of CPR classes available. Read on to find the one that is right for you.

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