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Civil Defense Volunteers of Utah January 2020 Meeting: Grid Down (Part 1A)

By Ken Moravec A kind thank you to our guest speaker Ken Moravec who lead our CDVU meetings for January ...
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The Corona Virus—1918 All Over Again?

January 28th, 2020  By Jane M. Orient, M.D. Clusters of a dozen or so deaths may get nonstop “if-it-bleeds-it-leads” press ...
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Homeland Security Bulletin on Iran Urges Vigilance and Preparedness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRCMka7lgZw&feature=share Homeland Security has recently issued a bulletin on the National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) due to the recent assasination ...
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From the Los Angeles Times: “Unprecedented power outages begin in California as winds bring critical fire danger.” By JOSEPH SERNA, JACLYN COSGROVE, PATRICK MCGREEVY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFBhSLvgA24#action=share Take advantage of the information given on tacda.org. Prepare your families for emergencies such as this! SACRAMENTO —  In an ...
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Bug Out or Bug In—How to Know When to Go (or Stay). By Kylene Jones, The Provident Prepper

We received an email from a prepper friend of ours who was in the path of an oncoming hurricane. He ...
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Lessons Learned From June 2019 Dallas Blackout

https://youtu.be/Qku8ul87enM Lessons learned from a resident of Dallas, TX who experienced first hand a blackout from a major storm that ...
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Living (and Preaching) the Sheltered Life

One organization’s approach to bomb shelters, community relations and longevity. By:  Sharon Packer If you’re concerned about civil defense and ...
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The Real Risks of Fire

Fire Safety and Survival By Jay Whimpey, PE, TACDA Board Member There are over 360,000 house fires in the United ...
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