Using Hand Water Pumps for Self-Sufficient Living
For supplying your own water, use a hand water pump or collect it in a rain barrel and store it. For either case, treat the water through filtration and purification.Why Add Alpine Aire to Your Food Storage?
Emergency preparedness, including food and water storage, needs to be a lifestyle. Nevertheless, for adding variety to your diet in times of emergency, consider incorporating freeze-dried and dehydrated foods by Alpine Aire.Developing an Emergency Preparedness Planning: Building a Food Storage
If a disaster were to hit today, would you have an emergency preparedness plan? Building a food storage needs to be part of an emergency preparedness plan, and here are some tips.Survival Knife Review – 3 Keys To Identifying The Best Survival Knife
SURVIVAL KNIFE REVIEW – 3 keys to picking the best survival knife. Before you spend your hard earned money on any survival knife, find out in this survival knife review what the keys of picking a good knife are. Your survival knife is the most important tool in your survival kit – and your very life may depend on picking the right one.Earthquakes Don’t Happen Where I Live, Do They?
People from other states often ask us how we can live in “Earthquake County”, aka California. What they don’t know is that no part of the United States is free from earthquakes. Just take a look at the list below showing where earthquakes with a magnitude of 3.0 or greater have occurred since December 31, 2011, in the USA. They are in every region!Walkie-Talkies or Cell Phone?
Have you ever lost a child? I did once. On a camping trip in Yellowstone National Park. Through a series of miscommunications, my eight-year-old son disappeared. For a terrifying thirty minutes, I didn’t know where he was or if he was safe.Weather Watches And Warnings – Prepare For The Worst
Prepare your home to be safe and secure in the event of severe weather. How would your family survive if electrical and water services were interrupted?Bug Out Bag Checklist for Preppers and Survivalists
A bug out bag (BOB), also referred to as a Get Out Of Dodge Bag (GOOD Bag), is a pack that has all the necessary items for any survival situation for 72 hours or longer. Below I’ll provide a detailed checklist that will give you a good understanding of what you should have in your bag.Fire Department Decisions About Organizing a RIT Team
Forming a Rapid Intervention Team for a Fire Department is an important process. This involves considering budgetary concerns, equipment purchases, staffing availability, and training.Women Martial Arts, Getting Fit and Staying Safe
For a woman, being able to defend yourself against a potential assailant is a crucial ability to have. Training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu can help women get in shape with greater ease.Dehydration – A Guide For Survival
In this article we’ll tell you symptoms of dehydration, how to treat dehydration, ways to gather water, and conserving water. Getting lost or stranded in the woods can happen to anyone and you may find yourself without food or water.5 Things That Should Be in a Survival Kit
There are certain situations that require a person to have the tools needed to survive. It does not necessarily have to be an outlandish scenario such as the collapse of the federal government either.Active Denial Microwave Weapons
Military technology has advanced significantly over the past 30 years. One of the greatest challenges for law enforcement and military police is effective riot control. It’s important for law enforcement to maintain order, but enforcement using batons, pepper spray, and tear gas can be challenging.Stretchers for Every Purpose
In the early days of stretcher technology and design it was a case of one size fits all. Although this situation was better than nothing it did mean that rescue, recovery and transportation of injured people was difficult under certain situations.Stretcher Rescue in the Mountains
One of the most inhospitable and dangerous places to attempt a rescue is from a mountainous terrain. The elements invariably conspire against you, wind, snow and ice all making even the simplest movements difficult. The mountain terrain itself is difficult enough, rough, rugged exposures where rocks and boulders can come falling down at any moment. Therefore stretchers that are deployed to these areas need to be very special.