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Survival Skills

I believe it’s time to unlearn some of these so-called “survival rules.” Most of these myths may not be as accurate as you may

Women are physically better at handling stress. A study found that women are better equipped to use both the analytical and the intuitive sides of

Whatever reason makes you want to go on an outdoor adventure, you ought to pack the correct gear to avoid ruining the journey. You

Special Forces training is designed to show them how to adapt to all environments and scenarios and how to factor the inevitable fatigue

Tracking a person who is lost but wants to be found ought to be easier than tracking someone who is going out of their

People still got sick during the Great Depression. Many died from malnutrition or starvation. Others were so emotionally impacted that they committed suicide.

It is easier to survive in a group than trying to survive alone. We humans are social animals and we need others around us

If you use the term “prepper” most listeners will immediately think of the “Doomsday Preppers” TV show on National Geographic…

As we have seen more often in the past 20 years, a city or a regional blackout is no longer a matter of if,

The harsh reality is that living totally off-grid, over 100 miles away from civilization is an extremely hard life; one that few of us

You have probably heard someone saying, “Prepping is a lifestyle” sometime or another, but I wonder how many of us actually live it out

Our electrical grid is Achilles Heel and there's an avalanche of evidence that our electrical network is more vulnerable than commercial jets before 9/11.

Being prepared for anything takes away the fear and you can face tomorrow knowing that you are ready. Your family will be protected and

Let me do you a favor and share this life-saving knowledge Claude Davis passed on to me as it’s funny how after 15 years

Being prepared is the best thing you can do for your family. You need to always be alert and aware of your environment and