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War Preparations   

War Preparations  

  With less than a week before the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump, Obama has ordered US troops into Europe, accusations of Russian hacking continue, China is rapidly taking military control of disputed waters and islands, and Syria is still smoldering and continues to draw the West and East closer to world war.  With all of this going on, what can we do to prepare and increase our chances of surviving if war does break out and even makes its way to our location?  Here are a few steps that can be taken now to give yourself and your family […]

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Gear for a Stealth Bug Out   

Gear for a Stealth Bug Out  

  One major principle in selecting survival gear is versatility, you want gear that can do more than one job and is suitable for more than one situation.  However; there are times when gear that would normally be on the top of anyone’s list is not going to suit your purposes.  One of these cases is when stealth is your primary concern.  Here are some pieces of gear that you should consider substituting in your bag if stealth is necessary to your survival.   Folding Saw There are few tools more quintessential to the woodsman than an ax, but if […]

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Counter Tracking

Counter Tracking

If you have “bugged out” into the wilderness, then one of your major motivations for this strategy was undoubtedly to avoid potentially hostile people.  But you might not have been the only one with this in mind, and some of those that took the same course of action might themselves be hostile.  So, what do you do if you believe that you are being perused by a potentially hostile person or group in the wilderness?  Here are some tips and strategies used by the military for escape and evasion that could be put to good use in this scenario.   […]

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Debris Shelter

Debris Shelter

  In most cases of wilderness survival shelter will be your number one concern since hypothermia can kill you much faster than starvation or even dehydration.  One of the easiest and fastest shelters that can be built in the wilderness is the debris shelter.  One person, with no equipment, can put one together in less than two hours with the material that is available in most forested areas.  If you find yourself stranded in the woods facing a cold night, before thinking about a fire, get a quick debris shelter built, here’s how.   Locate a health tree that doesn’t […]

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Instructions for Building Thermal Stealth Suit (Video)

Instructions for Building Thermal Stealth Suit (Video)

In a world with ever-advancing technology that threatens to further restrict freedom and autonomy, we need advancing responses, such as drones, satellite technology, the average person’s ability to resist tyrannical rule is being eroded. While low-tech measures can make you less vulnerable or even be used to combat this technology, sometimes the only option is high-tech. In this video, we are shown how to build a suit that is capable of hiding your body’s thermal signature by up to 90%.  All the material used is easily obtained and the design is relatively basic.  But if you do not want to make […]

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Secrecy of Prepping

Secrecy of Prepping

Prepping is very important to you. You are getting all the items you need for you and your family to survive, and you are learning the skills you need to make you more independent. You are probably proud of this as well, and you should be. However, this doesn’t mean you should be advertising to people that you are a prepper. Think about all the people that have been on those prepping television shows. Everyone in their neighborhood now knows where they should go in case of an emergency, and this could end up putting their family in danger. We’ve […]

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Urban Stealth for Survival

Urban Stealth for Survival

  A struggle for survival in an urban setting could take place at any time.  Massive grid failure or zombie apocalypse isn’t a requirement.  Look at how many people have been shot in Chicago this year already, or how many people have been victims of mob violence in other cities.  Whether after a disaster or tomorrow on your way home from work, survival in an urban setting requires one to make stealth a high priority.  Here a some tips on how to stay undetected in an urban setting.   Light Discipline Nothing draws the eye like a light in an […]

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How to Make a Stealth Shelf (Video)

How to Make a Stealth Shelf (Video)

I recently came across this very cool video on how to make a “stealth shelf” in your home. It is a great way to hide cash, jewelry, valuable medical supplies, weapons, whatever. It’s a great idea to have as much of your survival stash as possible hidden in various places to reduce the likelihood of looters or FEMA agents (half-kidding) will be able to seize all of your goods. And I love the idea of making one since the price of a stealth shelf and similar furniture can run really high!     Please follow and like us:

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Stealth for Survival

Stealth for Survival

For the first time in decades, violent crime rates are on the rise.  This is not a trend likely to change if the availability of life-sustaining resources is limited by any number of possible disasters.  If you want to survive, finding water, shelter, and food is only going to be the beginning.  You will have to keep hostile survivors from finding you.  These are the three most important factors for stealth survival.   Light It may seem somewhat counter-intuitive, but you can give up your location at night from a greater distance than you could during the day.  A light […]

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Moving Quietly In Any Enviroment

Moving Quietly In Any Enviroment

One of the key skills to surviving in the wilderness is to ensure that you never come into contact with predators. The less you must face a predator, the better your chances of survival. In addition to keeping a vigilant watch out, you should also learn how to move through any environment as silently as possible. Here are some tips for learning to walk without raising any alarms. First, be sure that you control your breathing evenly. Holding your breath will only result in an eventual exhale that could be very loud. Breathe calmly and slowly through your nose to […]

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