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28 March, 2016

13 Items A New Prepper Needs For Survival

This list includes some of the most important survival items a new prepper needs to be ready for any natural or man made disaster.

1. Medical trauma kit

2. Water

3. Long term food storage

4. Supplies to cook food

5. Lighters

6. 12 Gauge pump shotgun

7. LED lanterns or kerosene lanterns - rechargeable and actual batteries

8. NOAA weather radio - solar

9. Multi tool - Leatherman

10. Sleeping bags that will keep you warm at the lowest temperature in your area

11. Space heater

12. Fire extinguisher

13. Toilet in a bucket

These items are what a prepper needs to get ready for an emergency situation.

Via: youtube.com

 

 

 

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25 March, 2016

Top 10 Prepper Apps To Help You Be Prepared

 Learn how to be a prepper with these 10 apps.  Help you and your family survive during a surival situation.

"In fact now that I think about it, there are certain prepper apps I use today that I am going to seriously miss when they’re gone, highlighting our need to prepare ‘techno free’ methods of achieving the same tasks these apps perform in their absence." 

These 10 apps will teach you disaster preparedness. Also be ready when they are turned off.

SAS Urban Survival – Prepper App

Emergency First Aid & Treatment Guide – Prepper App

Land Nav Assistant – Prepper App

Knots 3D – Prepper App

Wild Edibles – Prepper App

Smart Tools – Prepper App

Bullet Flight by Knight’s Armament – Prepper App

Huntstand Pro – Prepper App

Elite Military Mountaineering – Prepper App

Freshbox – Prepper App

Learn more about being a prepper at: uscrow.org

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24 March, 2016

5 Survival Knots To Use In An Emergency Situation

 

 

Knowing how to tie knots securely is a must for you to know in any emergency situation. These 5 knots are the most important in a survival situation.

"Knot-tying is an essential skill that any prepper or survivalist should master, with no exception. After all, having rope or a paracord with you is of no use if you can’t tie a proper knot. And I’m not talking about the knots we were taught as kids, when we were trying to tie our shoes. There are hundreds of knots and each one is useful in a specific situation; but there are 5 particular knots that will help you most in a survival situation."

#1: Figure Eight On a Bight Knot

#2: Figure Eight Follow Through Knot

#3: Two Half Hitches

#4: Overhand Knot (aka Transport Knot/Mule Knot)

#5: The Bowline

You will need to prepare yourself and your family with skills and knowledge for any emergency sitiuation.

See full article for directions at:  myfamilysurvivalplan.com

 

 

 

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21 March, 2016

44 Prepper Lingo Terms You Need To Know

 

SHTF survival gear

"Especially for newbie but also for veteran preppers alike, the multitude of prepper jargon used in the prepper world can be confusing"

Especially for newbie but also veteran preppers alike, the multitude of jargon used in the prepper community can be confusing.

Copyright © GeekPrepper.org Read more at: http://geekprepper.org/mostly-complete-list-of-shtf-prepper-terms/

The geekprepper.org compiled a list of the commonly used terms, abreviations and acronyms.

72-hour kit

Copyright © GeekPrepper.org Read more at: http://geekprepper.org/mostly-complete-list-of-shtf-prepper-terms/

 

72-hour kit
ALICE pack
AR-15 Cleaning
Bugging Out
Bugging in
B.O.B
B.O.L
B.O.V
Carrington Event
C.M.E
E.M.P
E.D.C
Faraday Case
F.I.F.O
Genny
G.M.O
Good
H.E.M.P
Ham Radio
I.F.A.K
I.N.C.H
J.I.C
Junk Silver
M.A.G
Multi Tool
M.R.E
OPSEC
Prep
Prepper
Peak Oil
P.E.R.K
P.S.K
SHTF
TEOTWAWKI
WROL
Zombie
SOL
Golden horde
Pollyanna
Sheeple
MOLLE
EOTWBFL
4WD
90% Silver

This is a list you may need to look up how to be better prepared for survival if something happens in the future.  This list will help you to find sources for survival and ways to survive and thrive in an emergency situation.

For the complete definitions and what they stand for go to:  geekprepper.org


 

 

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09 March, 2016

Flood advisory issued for parts of North Bay

The first of two strong storm systems is now hitting the Bay Area. Periods of heavy downpours, flooding and strong winds are expected over the next couple of days. A flood advisory has been issued for parts of Marin, Napa and Sonoma Counties until 11:30 a.m. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for the entire Bay Area until 6 p.m. Sunday.

Be prepared for an emergency situation.  Make sure you have an easy to use survival kit.

See full article: abc7news.com