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  1. How to Choose a Survival Knife

    Survival Knife Characteristics

    There are unlimited types of survival knives on the market. They all vary in size, shape, steel composition, handle composition, and usage. So, what is the perfect survival knife you might ask? Well, the answer is actually an easy one. There is no perfect survival knife. The closest thing to it, is the one that you have with you in a survival situation. The brand name and quality of the knife are irrelevant at that point. A sharpened rock, a razor blade, broken piece of glass or an expensive, name brand knife can all be useful in a survival situation. However, life is much easier with a good quality knife.
  2. Priorities of Survival

    Survival Priorities

    There are many types of scenarios that are considered a “survival situation”. From being lost in the wilderness, to surviving an aircraft crash, vehicle crash or a natural disaster such as a hurricane, and tornado. Although these catastrophes are very different, they all have one thing in common. That commonality is called the Priorities of Survival. Regardless of the situation you may find yourself in, your survival priorities will always remain the same.
  3. Home Preparedness

    Survival Plan for the Home

    Disasters can strike at anytime of year and you may find yourself in an emergency situation. Your home is your first line of defense against this catastrophic event. There are ways to prepare your home to protect you and your family. Keeping the “Priorities of Survival” in mind, here are ways to ensure that you and your family will maintain your comforts of home during this unfortunate situation.
  4. Vehicle Preparedness

    Building a Vehicle "Get Home Bag"

    An emergency can happen at any time, therefore, it is just as important to have your vehicle prepared for an emergency situation as you would your house. You may be driving in your vehicle when an emergency arises and you might not be able to get back home where you know you are better prepared.
  5. Workplace Preparedness

    Survival Plans... Anywhere/Anytime

    Due to the unpredictability of an emergency, the workplace is another area to consider for emergency preparedness. On September 11, 2001, thousands of people went to work expecting to have just another day at the office. Workplace emergencies do happen, and if an emergency situation arises during the hours that you are at the office, you must be equally prepared.

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