I've never spent a night in the woods.
I am a total novice at Wilderness Survival.
I freely admit that. Still, something boggles me.
I've read critique of "how" people choose to do
things when they sound like they've never actually
experienced a real survival situation themselves.
I saw that there was a thread where people shared tips and tricks for preppers. I'm just a civilian in college (starting ROTC next semester) so I don't have any real training. However, I know a few things, like how to make a tab out of duct tape to help pull mags out of pouchs without having the...
These are the ones I have bookmarked.
Hurricane Katrina (preparedness bonanza)
MegaDooms Katrina Diary
Lone Star MVPA - ('05 Hurricane Katrina Experience) (short but to the point)
There is some real gold there. There is very valuable information on what you need and...
I’d like to talk about testing and exercising your skills, plans, etc. I know that this has been discussed briefly in other threads, but I thought a recent mind-numbing experience might help to illuminate the importance of actually testing disaster plans. Please bear with me while I set this...