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If you’re the type of person who likes to be prepared at all times, then chances are you have survival supplies at home, a survival kit in your vehicle, and an EDC kit on your person. Everywhere you go, you’re prepared for disaster. But what about at the airport?
If you’ve flown recently, then you know the TSA can be pretty picky. I’ve personally had lighters, hand sanitizer, and a pocketknife confiscated. So what exactly are you allowed to take on planes? The Organic Prepper has the answer. The following article has a list survival items that you should be able to take with you next time you fly.
Daisy writes, “What is a more uncomfortable feeling than relinquishing all of the items that are normally part of your EDC kit? Here’s one: relinquishing those items and boarding a plane to fly across the country. For many preppers, a worst-case scenario for us would be if the SHTF while we were traveling.” Follow the link below to keep reading.