Tell us a little about yourself and what got you interested in learning to be prepared for possible emergencies.
I'll be honest, I got into wildlife survival first because of Bear Grylls' show Man vs Wild. That led to Zombie Survival, which led to modern survival and a more level headed approach to preparedness.
How prepared are you and your family to live comfortably in a down turned economy with limited resources; supply chain disruptions; monetary hyper inflation/dollar collapse; fragile power grid; social unrest/absence of law enforcement; other? (1-5)
2, I just got out of the military and all my stuff isn't at my house yet. I'm even running out of funds right now, but I have enough for me and my family to survive for a while. If SHTF though, I think we'd be ok for a few weeks. After that I have no plans whatsoever.
Rank the following areas of instruction, training, discussion in priority for you no need to include all. Food/water storage, home defense/security, homesteading, bugging out/in, wilderness survival, orienteering, plant ID, living off the land, alte
homesteading, food/water, security, bugging in/out, plant ID, wilderness
What preparedness/survival skills do you have, with which you are comfortable enough leading discussions and instructing others. Could be skills like sewing, welding/fabricating/machining, canning, first aid, firearms trainer etc.
first aid first responder and firearms training
I'm a 27 year old former firefighter. I have a wife and daughter. I enjoy MMA and self sufficiency.