With all the memory and computing power of today’s smartphones, it makes sense to use them as a survival tool resource.
From tying knots and emergency trauma first aid … to recognizing animal tracks and accessing topographical maps, there is an app with that information. Information you just may need to help you survive in a disaster situation.
And like all apps, they are just a download away.
If you’re lost in a forest without your gear or the means to create a fire, here’s how to build a debris shelter to help you get through the night.
This type of shelter should keep you warm and dry. And you’ll see why this probably won’t work in a pine forest.
Survival Lilly starts with a ridge pole leaning against a natural structure. Beneath this you cover the ground with a thick layer of dead leaves.
Having just finished a survival training session in Kentucky, David of Ultimate Survival Tips breaks down the required tactical and survival loadout he built for the course.
Although put together for this training, the loadout would serve well in any worst-case scenario event.
Essentially, the ruck and chest rig is a three-season bug out survival kit with a strong tactical emphasis.
The combination of gear in his ruck and chest loadout rig includes just about everything you’d need to survive for 72 hours if bugging out … plus whole lot more.
You haven’t done the survival food “prep thing” like you know you should have. And you can see that soon, very soon, the S is about THTF. You can’t order from a supply house … no time.
So what do you do? You head to your local Super Market before the rest of the populace catches on, and you stock up. On what? Well that’s what this post is about.