Archive for the 'Survival-and-Emergency' Category

Natural Disaster Preparedness

By Rey Ortiz People have to accept the reality that they can no longer avoid the wrath of Mother Nature. The most that they can do is to prepare for or reduce the risk and hazards of natural disasters. Let us then be prepared to save our lives and properties by following some of these […]

A Quest For Freedom Part 2

By Joseph Parish As we previously mentioned there are a lot of people who merely dream about doing what I am about to describe. The latest estimates indicate that there are currently more then a million full time mobile residences in America alone. Many of these people are elderly or retired while you can also […]

Things the Children Must Know About a Water Fire Extinguisher

By Leo Savage It was the 13th of February, 2009 when one classroom at the Willowbank School, a primary school in Devon, was badly charred. Both the Devon and the Somerset Fire and Rescue Service believed that the fire was started outside with the use of combustible materials. The fire spread through the roof of […]

Its Hurricane Season Be Prepared

By Gerry Rogers Every year, hurricanes threaten the lives and property of millions of Americans. With hurricane season upon us, let’s look at what you can be doing right now to prepare and protect your family because, as the Red Cross advises, “taking steps to prepare ahead of time can help you respond better and […]

Car Emergency Preparedness

By Karen L. Brooks They say it’s funny how people are afraid of flying when statistics tell us that you are more likely to get into a car accident than you are to get into a plane crash. Apart from crashing, though, there are many emergencies that can happen to you when traveling in your […]

Where to Find All You Need to Know About 2012

By Nicholas Chow Where can you find all you need to know about 2012, the year when supposedly the world or just society in general is going to crumble? Some say that according to Mayan calendars and predictions by Nostradamus and others, this year will be very significant and will be marked by collapses of […]

Fire Shelter Design

By Andrew Kelly As many people in country regions in Australia rush to install fire shelters on their property, how do you know if you are getting the very best and safest Fire Shelter Design? Lack of proper Fire Shelters Cost Lives! During the Black Saturday bushfires of 2009, it became very evident that the […]

Survival Training With Camping MREs

By Timothy Dalton Going camping is a great way to bond with your kids and introduce them to survival training. After all, if there is ever an emergency, you would want your kids to know how to take care of themselves. Your kids should be familiar with what is in a survival kit and how […]

Wilderness Survival Shelter

By Jason E Hodge On the day that I went out into the woods to create a shelter I had a simple plan. I would create a lean-to style shelter with a raised bed and an area for a fire. Simple enough. After walking the woods trying to find a suitable spot, I found a […]

Wilderness Survival Camouflage Your Rifle

By Jason E Hodge So you have your choice of camouflage clothing on, your face and hands painted, you have de-scented your hunting gear, but one this isn’t right. Your rifle is sticking out like a sore thumb. When hunting, camouflage is very important. You need to not only conceal yourself but conceal your weapon […]