Journal of Civil Defense 2017, Volume 50, Issue 2, “Better to have and not need, than to need, and not have”
IN THIS ISSUE:
3) 5 Vitamins You Could Die Without
By Cynthia J. Koelker, MD
Possible scenarios you may encounter in a long-term survival situation.
8) Why Build CSP Shelters
By Paul Seyfried
Steps to a properly built corrugated steel shelter.
10) 15.6 Pounds of Potatoes
By Jonathan B. Jones
Personal experience with trial and error when it comes to gardening.
12) When State Hackers Take Aim at the Power Grid
By Bruce Curley
Ways to protect your home and business computers from falling prey to hackers.
15) Survival Gardening
By Jay Whimpey
Maximizing the amount of food and calories with the lowest expenditure of effort in survival gardening.
17) Honey, Nature’s Perfect Longer-Term Storage Food
By Jonathan and Kylene Jones
Honey remains in great condition indefinitely when stored properly.
19) Active Aggressive Behavior
By Colonel Jim Smith
Stats from recent mass shootings and active aggressive behavior.
28 Devastating Natural Disasters of 2017 – A Great Motivation for Being Prepared
By TACDA Staff
Carefully evaluate your personal risk factors, then explore reasonable steps to mitigate those risks.
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