Some people think that everyone will come together during a crisis, In this episode we talk to Brian about how people really reacted during the recent West Virginia chemical spill. What he saw was what we all think will happen, people fighting, looting and forgetting about morals. This is also a great example about why we should be preparing and why we should look at as many different scenarios as we can, because we never know what will happen.
This weeks Survival Tip
In an article from Survival Cache they talk about using sunglasses to maintain a tactical edge. It is true that the eyes are the window to the soul and hiding behind a pair of sunglasses could hide the fact that we are nervous, scarred or being deceitful. You can read the full article here.
The New Navigation Course
Navigation involves more than just being lost in the woods. You could find yourself in an urban setting needing to bug in, meaning you need to get from where you are to your home of bug out location. Knowing how to navigate, especially in an urban setting without making yourself a target is a very important skill.
As a matter of fact, you could be in the process of bugging out and have to leave your vehicle because of riots, looters of some sort of road blockage and finding it necessary to travel on foot.
I guarantee by the end of this course you will know how to use a map and compass together. Even if you have never used a topographic map or a base plate compass this course will show you how to read a topographic map and all of the different markings.
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Be Prepared For Everything
I also talked about my book that was just published to Amazon and has been very well received. You can find the book here. As I wrote in the description of the book it is not all about doomsday and as the title says we should be prepared to face anything. Here is part of that article…
“Preparedness should be a mindset, not a fad. To become a seasoned prepper we need to start from ground zero and work our way up, and we need to do it in a way that doesn’t put us in the poor house. Preparing is also very personalized, there is no one way to build your food storage and no one way to build your bug out bag. All of our situations are different and we need to plan accordingly.”
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