Ever wondered what would happen if a nuclear blast went off in your area? It’s horrifying as well as interesting to find out. Open this amazing website (Outrider.org) and put the name of the location to experience the effects of the nuclear blast. Continue reading
If I had to choose one caliber to shoot the rest of my life it would hands down be the .22LR. Of course, I’m glad no choice such as that is necessary. No idea how many rounds of .22LR I’ve shot bricks of the stuff have been gone through. So much fun! Over the years I’ve drooled over numerous .22LR rifles and pistols. One I desperately wanted was the Calico M-100. This was a really interesting gun as it had a 100-rd helical fed magazine. I never had an opportunity to shoot one. They can be seen for sale online
A review of the new Hidden Woodsmen Ruck Sack and a tutorial on how to attach to an ALICE frame.
Here are some preps and strategies for escaping your car if it is in the process of becoming submerged in water.Continue reading
This week we are talking to Franzi Economy the host of the EM Weekly show to discuss her journey in emergency management education, why she decided to pursue a post-graduate certificate in emergency management, what she is exploring with the EM Student Podcast, and how she sees the next generation of emergency managers taking on new threats and issues.
Bushcraft Inspired Build. WE Build a Raised Shelter with a Dining Area Underneath. Enjoy.Continue reading
Pemmican is an easy-to-make survival food that can last for nearly 5 years and provides an incredible amount of energy. In this video, we’ll show you the exact steps and ingredients to make this. Sign up at https://bit.ly/34futCW to get member-specific content in City Prepping’s weekly newsletter. View the ingredients and instructions for making pemmican at https://www.cityprepping.com/pemmican
FEMA, partnering with the Federal Communication Commission, will conduct a national test of the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alert with radio, TV, cable stations, and wireless carriers at 2:20 PM Eastern Time on August 11, 2021. The EAS test is expected to last around one minute and will confirm the ability of the system to deliver a national EAS message
Drones in the emergency response space is not a new idea, however we have seen a growth of the application and use of drones by both small and large jurisdictions. Drones are a great tool. Today we sit-down with Chief Charles Werner (ret.) a world wide drone expert and director of Droneresponders. Drones empower emergency managers and first responders to evaluate serious disaster situations. With realtime information that complements the information reported from on the ground personnel, drones help complete the operational picture. Today drones have artificial intelligence , machine learning, augmented reality, infrared as some of their capabilities. DRONERESPONDERS is a non-profit program created to unite these new aerial first responders, emergency managers, and search and rescue specialists under a unified organization to help learn, train, and test with one another with the ultimate objective of maximizing drone operations for public safety. DRONERESPONDERS is an official 501(c)3 non-profit Drones for Good™ program of AIRT, Inc.Continue reading
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The late 1920s and early 1930s were challenging times economically for our country, and we’re starting to see similar issues today. Those who are wise learn from history, and those who do not, repeat it. Check out Mind 4 Survival’s article that has some lessons we can take from the Great Depression and apply them to our current situation.
FEMA’s Office of the Flood Insurance Advocate (OFIA) created this video to help the public better understand how to navigate the claims process for policies under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). For more information about flood insurance claims, please visit FloodSmart | How to Start Your Flood Insurance Claim. For more information about FEMA’s Flood Insurance Advocate, please visit https://www.fema.gov/flood-insurance/advocate.
We will discover we’re not as prepared as we thought during a disaster, and that is why it’s good to be prepared. What are the essential items you need? Mind4Survival.com has you covered with this list.