Survival Scout Tips
5 Things to Do Immediately after SHTF
The first few minutes and hours after a disaster are critical. What you do or don’t do immediately after will significantly affect your chances of survival. SHTF encompasses all sorts of scenarios – ranging from the power grid going down to an EMP and major earthquakes to a bombing. It’s...
Top 10 Survival Scout Articles of 2022
According to some, 2022 was supposed to be the year the world finally recovered from the chaos of the COVID era. Clearly, that didn’t happen. Rather than recovery, the last year has presented new challenges that only the most cynical prepper could have seen coming: Historic inflation Skyrocketing food prices...
Why We Turned Down an Extra $129 Million Dollars: The Truth about Solar Generators
We’re all familiar with the idea that some things are simply too good to be true. Unfortunately, there are manufacturers and sellers who prey on our drive for survival in hopes that it overrides our critical thinking skills. One type of item that’s currently being used to do that are...
Cooking without Power: What Most of Us Are Doing Wrong...
There is a big, glaring weakness in almost every prepper’s supply. It’s an issue that most people aren’t even aware of until they’re in the thick of a disaster…and then it’s too late. The weakness? Many of us don’t have the right gear to safely cook food without power. And...
10 Items Even the Most Hardcore Preppers Are Missing in Their Bug-Out Bags
If you find yourself having to quickly escape your current environment, you need a bug-out bag. This is common knowledge. However, there are some very important items that even the most seasoned preppers tend to forget to pack in their bug-out bags – items that could mean the difference...
10 Things the Military Invented That Every Prepper Needs
This Memorial Day, as we honor the brave men and women who lost everything serving our country, let’s take some time to reflect on how the military has advanced our lives. In addition to their great sacrifices, the U.S. military also created many consumer products for their soldiers that can benefit all...
Understanding Weather and Evacuation Warnings
Summer is the season of wildfires, severe thunderstorms, and hurricanes. Just this week, the town of Lytton was hit with a record-breaking heatwave that helped spark an instantaneous blaze which consumed 90% of the town in just 15 minutes. “People basically just grabbed their pets, grabbed their keys and got...
10 Most-Popular Survival Scout Articles of 2020
Our Top 10 Most-Popular Survival Scout Articles of 2020 Contain the Best Info ---- Get the Vital Information You Need to Know for the Year Ahead 1. Why a One-Year Food Supply Is Critical for SurvivalIf 2020 has shown us anything, it is that preparation is absolutely necessary for survival....
Grab and Go Emergency Evacuations Must-Haves
We can’t always predict when an emergency will happen that will force us to evacuate from our homes. But it happens more often than you think. In FEMA’s Planning Considerations guide, they report that more than 8 million people were affected by evacuation orders in America in 2017. Here are...
When Disaster Strikes While in Your Car
Running out of gas on a country road without reception. Getting stuck in traffic while trying to evacuate before a hurricane hits. There are plenty of anxiety-inducing situations where you could get stuck in a car for hours or days on end. However, many motorists are unprepared for even the...
Tales and Tips for Urban Preparedness
Although we all share similar concerns for our safety and survival, those living a preparedness lifestyle are quite diverse when it comes to age, gender, location, and more. However, by and large, we follow a similar set of guidelines when it comes to preparation. The setting we live in adds...
2018 Disasters in Review, How to Prepare for 2019
At the end of last year, I referred to 2017 as a monolithic disaster year. From Hurricane Maria to Southern California wildfires, we saw an extraordinary amount of damage and chaos due to a wide range of disasters. 2018 has definitely challenged 2017 for that title. With the recent California...
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