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Wildfire Survival

Wildfires of various types are becoming more common.  I worked with one of our members living in the northwest who has actually experienced these fires and was able to provide experience and references. Finally, I did research and then wrote the article with the survivalist approach. If you live in any of the wildfire, forest-fire, brush-fire prone regions, please share this information with your neighbors.

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Child & Adolescent Safety and Survival

The safety and survival of our children and young adults should be a top priority for prepared families and survival groups.  We hope this guid can be used as a tool for discussion and action.

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Survival for Children & Adolescents

This article covers the survival challenges of children and adolescents from the survivalist viewpoint.  A slightly modified version will appear in a future issue of American Survivor, but it is a subject of such importance that we decided to post it in advance.  We hope that our readers and our chapter groups will make this a subject for discussion and action.

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Eight Lifesaving Medical Skills

The PDF file below is from the Live Free USA medical training program "Eight Lifesaving Medical Skills"  a distillation from our more extensive "Survival Medics" course.   You will note that bandaging and splinting are not included, as these skills are not immediately lifesaving.  They are necessary for preventing infections and further injury and should be learned.

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Principles of Emergency Planning

This article is intended as a guide to make your own survival and escape plans based on your particular hazards and situation.

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Principles of Emergency Planning

Original published in the Live Free USA newsletter in 2011, we have updated this article.  Considering current and impending events, it seems like a good time to be make new emergency plans and reviewing old ones.

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New Recommended Survival Book List

It has been a few years since we updated our book list.  This is simply because we have too many projects going on simultaneously, but we will try to update it more often.  We invite our readers to send in their recommendations in short form for the list or in longer form for publication as book reviews in our American Survivor newsletter.  Send these to me at survivorjj@aol.com

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Surviving an Active Shooter Event

The "active shooter" scenario is an increasing danger that shows no sign of decreasing in the near or far future as our society disintegrates.  Most articles on this subject avoid some of  the more drastic steps that may be necessary to survive these events.  This article is derived from several police and EMS programs as well as our hard-core reality approach to the subject.

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Pocket Respiratory Protection

Pocket respirators are an essential item for survival in many situations. Epidemics, terrorist events, nuclear fallout, toxic dust, and other respiratory hazards can develop at any time.  Having immediate short term protection will be much more important than delayed access to bulks "gas masks".  This article explores your options.

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How Prepared is the American Public?

Based on the :American Housing Survey" conducted by the US Census Bureau, this article examines each element of home preparedness covered in the survey and the provides recommendations by Live Free USA that go further. We also cover several key items that were not included in the survey that every home must have for complete preparedness.

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