Survivalist Training Guide
Survival Members Our Government Stated
They Could Not Handle An All Out - OutBreak - You Know The Deal.
Do you know where your local Shelters are at?
NOAA Radio is only good if the tower survives during the storm -having a high powered radio helps for local weather reports ( FM - AM) ( Been There - Been Through it) Crap happens. Now, this is when stress sets in for most people. Plan for the worst - if you're on limited means - not everyone can afford a ham radio - TV goes out with power outage - cable signal is no good - Did you make plans with friends? - Is your survival kit in place? Do you live near the water? Think? What can go wrong will! - no matter how much you plan - things can get bad - a tornado can drop any time any place - that's a fact
Warning every storm is very different - every area of the country will bring a different set of circumstances - we will try to get them all covered in due time..
We use to have Civil Defense In This Country - it's time to get involved!
Rescue teams can-not go out in high winds - members of the National Guard and Civilian teams have lost their lives. Learning survival skills is a must - getting your kids involved in Girl Scouts Or Boy Scout Or FFA or 4H Clubs is a great way for your kids to learn things - as well as teaching them good community skills - The Old Boy Scout Moto - always be prepared. We through this in for the simple fact being prepared is not just going to Home Depot buying supplies - its a lifetime of learning. .
So What is your backup plan
You won't see this on that retarded TV survival show. A DeWalt Battery sawzall will cut through anything - they are lightweight and will not give off toxic fumes in an enclosed attic and so on - these will cut a car right in half - cut through a roof - All in one cool tool- they come with many different blades - metal wood and so on. check them out.
Things that can go wrong
Can you read a map?
Help Might Not Reach You for hours or even days - and that's a documented fact !
Having a good Evac plan in place is great - It is one of the first plans of action for you and your family. Now, what happens if the storm is so huge that you're waiting - put your 1st Evac plan on the skids - Can you survive and shelter in place. During the storms of 2017, a few friends said they were going to Evac - We advised them it was too late and that just moving to another location further inland would not work. ( Size of storm our group was expecting) We went and bought them a Generator ( Thank God For Home Depot - They got a few in at the last min).
Now, for that Backup Evac plan that you never made?