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    The Get Home Bag—Everyday Carry Items You Shouldn’t Leave Home Without

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | January 4, 2017
    Man in New York City wearing a Get Home Bag

      The bug out bag might be one of the most talked about bags in the prepper community, but the get home bag just might be the bag you are most likely to use in a crisis situation. The get home bag is precisely what its name implies, a bag that is filled with the […]

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    SHTF News – Chapter 1 Edition 1 (Jan 3rd, 2017)

    By RTGS Staff | January 3, 2017
    Asteroid mining infographic depicting how it will impact economy

    Over the last week, tensions with Russia intensified as the U.S expelled 35 diplomats with only 72 hours to leave the country. U.S/Israeli relations become shaky as Netanyahu claims the State Department is paying lip service to terrorists. Here’s a breakdown of this week’s Extreme Global Events video: U.S expels 35 Russian diplomats Russian Foreign […]

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    ‘Tis the Season to Prep – Top 15 Gifts for Survivalists

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | December 21, 2016
    top gifts for survivalists - man in gas mask wearing a santa hat

    If you hate shopping for presents as much as I do, you’ll definitely enjoy this article. Although the first thought is “anything related to prepping makes a good gift”, hear me out. There are a number of things to worry about before buying the perfect one. When considering gifts for survivalists, you have to look out […]

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    The Ultimate Bug out Bag Checklist

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | October 27, 2016
    Banner for The Ultimate Bug Out Bag List

    Creating a practical bug out bag list is no easy task. There are so many opinions for the perfect combination. Therefore, it is easy to slip up and buy stuff that you’re never going to use. For those of you who don’t yet know what a bug out bag is here’s a simple definition: A […]

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    Prepping 101—Getting Started

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | June 8, 2016
    Prepping 101

    The modern prepper movement is growing by leaps and bounds. Nobody really knows how many people now call themselves preppers; but their name is legion. The millions of preppers who are now taking responsibility for their own lives have transformed the idea of prepping from a mere fringe movement to being a part of mainstream […]

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    6 Life Saving Uses for this Common Christmas Gift

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | May 8, 2016
    Socks as Essential Survival Gear
    Are you one of the millions of people who got yet ANOTHER pair of socks for Christmas? While socks might not be as glamorous as a new big screen TV, don’t be so quick to roll your eyes and toss them into the sock pile black hole. Add them to your emergency kit! When TSHTF, [...] READ MORE

    The Ultimate SHTF Urban Evacuation Plan

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | April 19, 2016
    City Emergency Evacuation Plan

    If you live in a big city and you’ve been reading about survival, you know by now that it will be harder to get out of the city center in an emergency than it would be if you lived in the suburbs or a small town. All you have to do is look at recent […]

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    Top Basic Survival Skills for SHTF

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | March 18, 2016
    Man in a Tent Showing Basic Survival Skills

    Perhaps you’ve heard that lovely little bit of poetry which says that “food, clothing, and shelter are the basic necessities for survival.” If you have, I hope you haven’t paid too much attention to it. While I’ll have to agree that all three of those are necessary for survival, if you base any survival strategy […]

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    Ebola Prevention: 6 Tips on Staying Ebola Free

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | October 20, 2014
    2 men working on Ebola Prevention

    With the Ebola scare spreading as two nurses contact the disease while treating a patient in Dallas, we’ve been getting many questions on best practices for Ebola prevention. Although Ebola has been commonly known to spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of inflicted individuals, research shows that it may also spread through suspended […]

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    Urban Survival Preparedness—The 4 Main Challenges

    By Roman Zrazhevskiy | October 17, 2014

     Are you one of the 83.7% of Americans that live in an urban environment? If so, it is important to look at the unique challenges of city living when making your urban survival preparedness plan. In this article we are going to look at a few of the most important urban-specific challenges. We will show […]

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