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The Doomsday Book of Medicine Reviewed

Posted on May 23, 2017

Knowledge and proficiency in first aid and survival medicine is crucial to any successful emergency preparedness plan. What do you do if the grid is down or you are so far off the grid, that getting to a hospital or finding medical assistance would be impossible? Well, Dr. Ralph La Guardia has authored The Doomsday Book of Medicine to help fill that void by providing some real ideas to answer those questions. Today, we’ll be evaluating this book to see how well it stacks up…

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Fast Track to Your Technician Class Ham Radio Lice...

Posted on Jan 9, 2017

The Fast Track to Your Technician Ham Radio License is not just any old exam prep like those that offer all of the questions and answers along with a few sample tests. This guidebook offers a comprehensive, yet easy to understand digest focussing only on what you need to know to pass the FCC’s Level 1: Technician Class license exam, and why you need to know it…

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The Survival Medicine Handbook Reviewed

Posted on Oct 9, 2016

An intrinsic part of any emergency preparedness plan is survival medicine which is so much more than treating minor wounds or stabilizing a patient with a severe physical trauma until they can get to a hospital. What if SHTF and there aren’t any hospitals available, or you are so far off-grid that getting to a hospital is impossible? The Survival Medicine Handbook, now in its third edition was written to help answer many of those questions. Join me as I dig into the book…

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SAS Survival Handbook Reviewed

Posted on Aug 17, 2015

The SAS Survival Handbook is the definitive survivalists textbook for demonstrating the art of wilderness survival… And one of the most important survival guides in my library covering everything that you might need to know from building a fire, first aid and wild edibles to dealing with climate, navigation and personal shelters. Read on and enjoy…

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