Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. We spend a lot of time on the Prepper Journal talking about the steps you need to take to prepare for some event occurring in your lifetime. This could be as simple … Read More »
Almost makes me wish for winter so I can wear pants, just so I can have a leather belt on me all the time. ???? You can skip to about the 3:50 mark to view where he starts to talk about… … Read More »
There’s nothing more delicious and versatile that pasta. You can use it to make lasagna, spaghetti, macaroni and cheese or simple yet delicious rustic dishes made only from the ingredients in your garden. The only problem with using pasta for … Read More »
Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. Your EDC gear that you carry daily can be used in millions of ways. It could be something as trivial as having a light to shine into a dark room for greater … Read More »
The president of the firefighters’ union says the current number of firefighters and recruits still in training is the bare minimum to protect the city.
Once again, we have another shooting filling the news. No, this wasn’t some loony-tunes going nuts in a gun free zone, this was a clear act of Islamic jihad. Only this time, the FBI beat the president to the punch, … Read More »
A final report, detailing the events that led to the death of four Houston firefighters in May 2013 has been released by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Written by Egbert Throckmorton on The Prepper Journal. Editor’s Note: This article was generously contributed by another one of our readers, Egbert who normally joins the discussion in the comments section of our articles but has today taken center stage … Read More »
Murphy’s Law will be proven to you in your first bad emergency injury situation. Anything that can go wrong usually does in some way or another, sooner or later, in any emergency. You are in a SHTF scenario or a … Read More »
Evacuations remained in place at multiple campgrounds near Wrightwood and Big Pines Saturday and Highway 2 was reopened as firefighters achieved 35 percent containment on the 200-acre Pines Fire