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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I can't believe I forgot about this. Just glad I remembered it, especially with my po' old back. link Sure enough, just as soon as the balloon goes up, I will find myself with an excruciating backache, and having to hump it back home with a 30 lb pack. Thought this might be valuable for...
  2. New Member Introduction
    I had joined nearly three years ago, but wasn't active. Now that I've seen how active the forum is I've decided to jump in some more while I have the time to do so. My name is Bob and I live in northeast Georgia (halfway between Atlanta and SC line). I teach High School Economics and am very...
  3. New Member Introduction
    I am new to this forum and looking for friends who are serious about survival. People who believe that we need to get seriously prepared. If there isn't one already started in my region, I want to start a group of people who want to form a community for survival. A skilled community in every...
  4. General Discussion
    So I have this idea to start a survival preparedness school when I get out to of the army next year. It would be based in Vermont where i am moving too. I just wanted to know if and how many on here would be interested in attending. The instructors would include me 8 years army infantry emt-I...
  5. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    1. Would you be interested in some kind of smallish event (I'm talking e-z up shades and such at a public park like Old Settlers Park off of hwy 79, or the smaller one by IKEA on IH35 north, if it stays open for a while) with a dozen or more speakers, displays, some activities, and if they can...
  6. General Discussion
    I decided to post this thread in the disaster preparedness forum, because I felt like it was something that was flexible in all of the categories. I have a question actually; I'm a girl. A short, and sort of large one to be more specific. I like taking walks in the woods by myself, and I like...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Sometimes you have to hit someone over the head with a 16lb sledgehammer in order to get their attention! A family member of mine contacted me after watching the chaos going on in NY and Jersey, and finally "gets it" now.. :rolleyes: Not having any children myself makes it more difficult for me...
  8. Urban Survival
    I was talking with a prepper friend of mine and we were discussing the pros and cons of using big hotels or vacation resorts as potential bug-in or bug-out locations after wrol or shtf scenarios, and examining the best possible locations. If a catastrophic event occurred, it's my uneducated...
  9. Manmade and Natural Disasters
    It's amazing how quickly towns and neighborhoods revert back to natural overgrowth after a disaster. It reminds me of the aftermath of nuclear warfare or bio-terroism. I don't know if there's anything to be learned or gained from watching this video, but it's a good representation of what our...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I thought this was really well done. I know a lot of people here don't like or trust FEMA, but anytime the government tells you not to depend on the government, I consider that a good thing. I think there are a lot of young passionate Emergency Managers and such that are entering the scene and...
  11. Events, Connections and Get togethers
    Hey y'all! My name is Louis, I'm 16 and lookin to start a shtf group in little rock Arkansas. If you're interested, pm me and tell me your name and we can start talking about it. Thank you. Louis
  12. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category4_750001_750051_757962_-1_757752_757751_image "With the introduction of the new SD9 VE and SD40 VE pistols, we have taken the best features of the SD and Sigma pistols and evolved them into a new generation of firearms that meet our...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So today I decided to talk to my mom about the **** hitting the fan and as I was talking about how we should start growing our own produce, maybe storing up barter goods and such, I couldn't help but notice how she was looking at me. By the time I finished, she just simply laughed and told me...
  14. Vendor Deals
    After Months of working on our new web site, we are happy to debut our updated site at www.directive21.com This site is designed to make things easier for you to: Navigate the Site Enter Promo Codes View Products from Every Category Understand Product Details Add Upgrades &...
  15. Ladies Section
    A BIG Thanks to my mom (r.i.p. mom) for living for "someday" packing away a little fuel for emergencies Save some dry wood cut into small pieces in old recycled jars. Pat down to pack it or carefully pack it from the top using a hammer to further break pieces so more will fit. You could also...
  16. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm very impressed with the overall quality of this chinese-made camp cook set by Stanley. In addition, the bottom of this is tapered and makes for a most excellent seal on improvised alcohol jet stoves. two position locking handle stainless steel construction vented lid includes two 10oz...
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    From their website: http://www.tacda.org/index.php/about-the-american-civil-defense-association/ Their mission: Sounds like a great idea! Any of you old-timers remember the Civil Defense? This is the same thing only under a new name and without gov't support.. Their website has tons of...
  18. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Here are some of the new pics taken last summer on and near my BOL = remote mtn retreat. Some taken by Steve, one out of two 25 year old guys who camped on and near my mtn BOL last summer and quite a few taken by myself > First I would like to ask a question and hope to get some more ideas...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I bet there are a lot of preppers in Nome, Alaska that are glad they have seasoned firewood stocked and in place because you never know when you might need it. It's the things that you can't predict that you need to be ready for. Hurricane, truckers strike, wildfire, financial collapse and in...
  20. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Here is the new pic thread that quite a few have been asking me to post and tell about what I did last summer near and on my mtn place / BOL / remote mtn survival retreat. If any out there even just look at most or all of the pics in this long thread then it would be like following me...
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