Off Grid Survival created what is probably the best collection of bug out information on the Internet. As the author says, bugging out “should never be taken lightly, as it could carry significant risks to your safety and security.” If you’re going to bug out, you need to know exactly what to bring, what to do, and where to go. And to help you with this, he compiled a list of over 60 articles about bugging out.
This list is organized into several sections: disasters that require bugging out, evacuation planning, bug out bags and gear, but out locations, bug out vehicles, self defense, other considerations, and recommended books. I highly recommend you bookmark this page so you can spend time studying the many articles he links to.
Robert writes, “Bugging out can mean many things to different people; but in general, when we talk about bugging out we are talking about having to make a quick getaway during times of crisis. The reasons for having to make this getaway can be anything from manmade or natural disaster that causes you to leave your immediate area to long-term emergency situations which could make returning home dangerous or impossible.” Follow the link below to keep reading.