Are you prepared for a disaster? In this issue of the JCD you will learn about tornado safety, food storage pitfalls, nuclear radiation, generator use, cooking with limited fuel, and more!
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Are you prepared for a disaster?
The goal and mission of TACDA is to offer educational resources to our members so that they can prepare themselves for disasters. In this issue you will learn about tornado safety and preparedness, food storage pitfalls, nuclear reactor disasters and how to shield yourself from radiation, how to use a generator and keep it in good working condition, cooking with limited fuel, and so much more!
We believe that preparedness brings peace of mind. Educate yourself and join thousands who use TACDA’s resources to prepare themselves for emergencies and disasters. You won’t regret it!
3 Tornado Safety Issues
By TACDA Staff
Before, during and after a tornado
5 A Killer in Your Food Storage
By Jonathan & Kylene Jones (TACDA Board)
All about botulism
6 Nuclear Reactor Disasters
By Sharon Packer
Understanding the real risk
10 Living a Sheltered Life – Q & A
By Paul Seyfried and Sharon Packer
Fallout suits, blast issues and group shelters
12 Tornado Preparedness Issues
By Kirk Paradise (TACDA Board)
Lessons learned from a former emergency manager
14 Paper, Plastic… or Cloth?
By Jim Rawles (Survivalblog.com)
Solving the unwieldy problem of storing toilet paper
16 Guidelines for Generator Maintenance
By David H. Horne
Operation, maintenance and fuel additives
18 Current Events
By TACDA Staff
Nuclear terrorism, biological warfare and protecting your health records
20 John Farnam Quips – Making Correct Decisions
From a Friend and Student
Exercising your second amendment rights by knowing when not to act
21 Thermal Cookers
By Jay Whimpey (TACDA President)
Cooking with limited fuel
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