Basic Survival and Communications Skills in the Aftermath Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : November 30, 2014
- File size : 1212 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 268 pages
- Publisher : Rick Donaldson; 1st edition (November 30, 2014)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B00Q3ZWRIE
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,681,586 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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These folks who have decided to independently look out for their well-being and the well-being of loved ones quickly realize the importance of things such as food, water, medical supplies and even weapons to defend those things. Despite this thoughtful planning, one thing quite often overlooked is a means of communicating not just with those important to them but complete strangers. Perhaps this is because of the ease of communication in today's world via cell phones, email, social media and enduring traditional means such as the mail service and land phone lines. Never has mankind existed in a time where lines of communication are so easily established and maintained! Today you have information readily accessible at megabits per second wirelessly or even gigabits per second through ever expanding fiber optic networks, speeds through methods untouchable except for a very select few just as recently as 10 years ago. How often do we find ourselves in a situation with a lack of knowledge about something and immediately jump on the internet to do a web search or pick up a phone to call a technical support line? In seconds we have our answers from an internet video, a website knowledgebase or publication, or a (hopefully!) helpful call center representative. Rick's book asks the questions, "What if you didn't have those means at your disposal?", and "What would you do to remedy that?" Rick's book then sets about showing you how exactly to solve those questions and in a way understandable and approachable by the everyday person.
Whether you're a novice prepper who is just getting started down the road to self sufficiency, an advanced prepper who has months of food but has perhaps overlooked survival communications or only has a rudimentary knowledge of it, or an advanced prepper who has all the bases covered to include what they believe to be adequate survival communications, you are quite likely to glean important knowledge from this publication. One other thing to consider, even if you are one of those who is wise enough to find themselves in the "advanced prepper" category, how do you pass on your knowledge? What if you are incapacitated or even killed in a survival scenario? Will those you are looking after know how to carry on your survival communication craft? Are you sure? If not, how can you pass along this knowledge? This is a a lot of uncertainty that can be easily alleviated by ensuring you have Rick's book as a staple of your preps. With it you can ensure those other than yourself will have no problems in a time of extended crisis, establishing and maintaining vital means of communications and links with others. Links which could make the difference between life and death.