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Some Thoughts on the Greek Economic Collapse | Active Response Training

Some Thoughts on the Greek Economic Collapse | Active Response Training.

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The Prepper’s Tablet Computer

When you imagine the archetypal Walking Dead or Hurricane Katrina type disaster scenario, creatures of comfort like us may find the thought of our electronic gadgets being rendered useless utterly terrifying (or liberating). Hardware and software used to send, store, and

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Not all Tourniquets are Created Equal

Excellent articles from Active Response Training Not all Tourniquets are Created Equal | Active Response Training. This is a guest article from my friend Jonathan Willis.  Jonathan is a veteran fire department lieutenant, paramedic, and instructor.  He teaches the “Real World Trauma” classes

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Emergency Charge a Smartphone with a Battery, a Key, and a Car Charger –

See more at: http://www.activeresponsetraining.net/weekend-knowledge-dump-september-26-2014#sthash.gMgd4XOq.0VTU0T5C.dpuf

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American Blackout

Good reason to keep your supplies ready…

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