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7 Marine-Tested Survival Tools You Should Own

By  Travis P – Off The Grid News

I have never been a huge car guy. I can do the very basics of turning a wrench, and with some guidance I changed an alternator once upon a time. 219 more words


Gunshot First Aid For Preppers: What You Need To Know

By Mahatma Muhjesbude – SurvivoPedia

In the greater preparedness schema, most preppers share common needs for generally similar equipment and resources. Firearms, and the protection and security they provide, are near the top of the list. 94 more words


Best Pocket Carry Flashlight For Under 30 Dollars

By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog

I have owned this pocket – tactical – penlight – flashlight for several years, and it may the best flashlight (of its type) for under 30 dollars. 65 more words


On Militant Prepping

I have a problem with the militant style of prepping. What I like about survivalists is: their enthusiasm, ingenuity, vast practical and theoretical knowledge, and their willingness to discuss the possibility of apocalyptic events (where the human race is all but extinct). 550 more words


US House Votes 348-48 To Arm Ukraine, Russia Warns Lethal Aid Will "Explode The Whole Situation"

Source: zerohedge

Yesterday, in a vote that largely slid under the radar, the House of Representatives passed a resolution urging Obama to send lethal aid to Ukraine, providing offensive, not just “defensive” weapons to the Ukraine army. 78 more words

World At WAR

thoughtfullyprepping reblogged this on Thoughtfully Prepping and commented:

US warmongers who have forgotten one thing. Russia still has ICBM's. As for Europe? They must be demented to allow this.

A Hole in the Dark: Techniques for Maintaining a Dark Camp

 By Bolo – The Prepper Journal


“When the system breaks down, we all break down.” – Sgt. Barnes – Platoon

Tactical camping is a great way to develop and sharpen many essential survival skills.

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Sustainable Gardening: Reduce Watering by 50-75%

By Tess Pennington – Ready Nutrition  

60% of a person’s household water usage goes toward lawn and garden maintenance. During times of drought, our lawn and landscaping can become a bottomless pit where we are throwing away money to keep grass alive. 930 more words