December 2, 2016

Bug Out Bag Checklist: What are the Most Important Items?

January 28, 2015 aptprepper 0

Written by The Tenth Man, A B.O.B. List What do they know that we don’t?  For those unaware , it was reported in December of 2014, in both mainstream and alternative news outlets that the US Treasury Department put out for bids to purchase $200,000 in Bug Out Bags for over 3800 federal bank examiners. The story doesn’t stop here.  Recently, the Federal Reserve put out a job request for Emergency Specialists with experience in emergency preparedness, Homeland Security directives […]

10 Biggest Bug Out Bag Mistakes

June 6, 2014 aptprepper 11

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com When I started being interested in preparedness, I read everything I could in books and blogs to find out what I need to do.  For the purpose of this article, the bug out bag is the one you will take with you to get out of your home in a disaster, not knowing if you are coming back anytime soon. I had the strong desire to prepare all at once, and as soon […]

Why Books Should Be Part of Your Bug Out Bag

April 19, 2013 aptprepper 2

Why Books Should Be Part of Your Bug Out Bag, Guest Post by Chris Are you prepared for disaster? Do you think you will cope if the ‘big one’ strikes tomorrow? If you have answered ‘yes’ to those questions you most likely already have a ‘bug out bag’, a pack containing everything that you might need in the event of a catastrophe; food, water and emergency supplies to last for up to 72 hours following the breakdown of urban infrastructure. […]

If You Read this Book, You Will “Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag”

May 24, 2012 aptprepper 4

One of the first things I realized when I first got involved in emergency preparedness is the possibility we may to leave our home in the event of a disaster.  Living in an apartment in the middle of a big city, you know things will fall apart quickly if the infrastructure fails. Even though I would much rather shelter in place, I know I must be ready for the possibility of bugging out.  That is why I was very interested […]