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Preparedness

With the recent storms knocking out power and causing general disruption of services throughout the Northeast, it made me think about how few people are prepared for disasters of any kind.

Preparedness Month

As September is National Preparedness Month, this is a good time to take a look at your emergency plans and ask some important questions.

The Water of Life

In the aftermath of Sandy, more people are realizing that there are many levels of preparedness. While many have supplies for a few days, long-term survival should also be considered.

First Responders

Bystanders are often the first people to help during a crisis, such as an attack. While medical skills are beneficial in these situations, willingness to help is the main attribute needed.

Snow Bound

Being prepared means thinking about the little things that could help you handle an emergency just a little bit faster.

The Night The Lights [Almost] Went Down In Google

Less than 24 hours after the Boston bombing, an attack was carried out on phone and fiber-optic lines in California, taking out a large section of the communication grid.

What’s in your Bug-Out Bag?

The items in a bug-out bag should be personalized for specific needs, but certain gear is required for everyone.

When You Really Need to Bug Out

Being ready to quickly exit a dangerous situation requires more than having a bag with a few necessities stashed in the closet.

Brownells Emergency Preparedness Videos

Brownells has released a three-part emergency preparedness video.

Paranoid Or Prepared?

Guy Sagi is not buying into the claims that ISIS will commemorate the 13th anniversary of 9-11 with an attack in the United States, however….

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