Knowing what to put in a bug out bag takes patience and practice. Unfortunately, neither of those is available when an emergency strikes. Disasters, especially those that require evacuation, provide very little time and zero chances to collect thoughts. The work that’s done before a flood, hurricane, or earthquake hits is what makes survival a realistic outcome.
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“Get Out Of Dodge” includes detailed evacuation plans, communication measures, protection steps and recovery efforts. While others are forced to scramble and scavenge for last-minute supplies, readers of the Special Report will have taken the emergency preparedness steps and can rest easy knowing they are ready for anything.
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Shortly after the Japan tsunami in 2011, NPR ran a story on the U.S. preparedness levels, and how they can be improved. The disaster revealed some fortunate building requirements and safety guidelines that the Japanese had implemented before the earthquake and wall of water struck the island. It also uncovered some faults in the U.S. system.
“We get earthquakes, too,” said the piece, “and floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, major fires. The federal government counts more than 50 natural disasters every year across the country and that does not count possible nuclear accidents, terrorist attacks or other events we’d normally consider unthinkable.”
Dr. Sheri Fink of the New America Foundation was interviewed in the report, and had this to say: “We’ve had so many disasters in recent years. It’s been kind of unusual. But we’ve learned that drilling, practicing, getting those links between people at different levels of government is really important, and then that public level that needs to come in, as well.”
The “Get Out Of Dodge” Special Report will motivate the continuation of that, and inspire Americans to take personal responsibility. Everyone needs to prepare themselves for the disasters that can and will occur. Truly preparing for an emergency scenario may seem overwhelming, but it gets easier with more and more knowledge and practice.
Disasters that require quick evacuation leave no time for gathering and packing supplies, which is why “Get Out Of Dodge” and its additional Workbook include extended practice drills and pre-planning steps. They allow people to think through their personal survival supplies, and develop the best bug out bag possible. Seven pages are given to bug out bag contents lists, making the Special Report the most extensive source of survival supply ideas.
There’s no reason not to be prepared; all it demonstrates is irresponsibility. When family and loved ones need to depend on someone, who will they be relying on when they encounter a disaster?
Don’t leave survival chances up to Mother Nature or the kindness of man. Disasters change people, and it’s not always for the better. Know when to evacuate and what to put in a bug out bag for the best odds of staying alive in the face of any emergency. For more information on the Special Report, go to https://absoluterights.com/reports/get-out-of-dodge/.