Shelter In Place

How to Protect Your Home Before a Storm

A Checklist of Safety Precautions for Your Pool or Yard BY LISA HALLETT TAYLOR (www.thespruce.com) If a storm or hurricane ...
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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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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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8 Ways to Appear that You are Home when You’re Away.

Before you head out of town or to visit relatives, you may want to take some security precautions to keep ...
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What to do in a Terrorist Attack

Green Beret's Guide to Surviving the Unthinkable: What to do in a Terrorist Attack By SOFREP 06.05.2017 The recent events ...
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Pragmatic Civil Defense

By W. E. Manry, Jr., M.D . Published in the Journal of Civil Defense; October 1987 (Dr. W. E. "Bill" ...
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Biological Hazards

(Source - CDC and Ready.gov) Biological agents are organisms or toxins that can kill or incapacitate people, livestock and crops. ...
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History of the 1960s Fallout Shelter Program

In response to an inquiry by Michael McFall, reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune By Paul Seyfried The National Facility ...
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Paper, Plastic … or Cloth?

By Jim Rawles We're sharing an article from our Journal of Civil Defense a few years back - originally found ...
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