Many survival myths either begin with or are perpetuated by unrealistic movies. They make for great entertainment, but they also give people bad ideas.
Not many families have an emergency plan in place in the event of a tornado, burglary, or other disaster. The fact is emergencies can happen at any time and they generally catch family members by surprise. How will you communicate with other family members when this happens? Staying on the same page is crucial and […]
If a disaster strikes your area suddenly and you find yourself frozen in place, unsure of what to do next, you can use the letters in the word “survival” to help. This is known as “The Survival Acronym” or “The Survival Memory Device.” S – Size up the Situation (surroundings, equipment, physical condition). U – […]
What can survivalists learn from a TV show filled with corpses and drama? If that show happens to be “The Walking Dead,” the answer is “plenty.”
The purpose of the survival stress test is to discover any weaknesses or vulnerabilities in your survival preparations.
When preparing for the worst case scenario, most people focus on storing food, water, medicine, fire starters, and other survival gear. They prepare themselves in every way imaginable, but they never stop long enough to prepare themselves mentally. You might have a year’s supply of food and water along with all kinds of solar powered […]
Here are some random urban survival tips. Some of them are tips that didn’t fit in with any of the posts I’ve made so far, but they’re all important.
When you’re in an urban survival situation, there is a rule that will help you prioritize. It’s called the Survival Rule of Threes.