Written by a former member of Special Operations and NY Times Bestselling author, this is a handy guide to preparing for possible emergencies and basic survival information.
Key Information Everyone In Your Household Must Know
The First Five Things to Do in an Emergency
First Aid: Breathing
First Aid: Bleeding
First Aid: Free Apps
A Basic Grab-n-Go Bag
High Likelihood Specific Emergencies (power outage, fire, tornado, hurricane, heat wave, earthquake, flood)
Appendix A: SURVIVAL acronym
Appendix B: Free downloadable apps
Appendix C: Items mentioned with links
Appendix D: Links to free Powerpoint Survival Slideshows
Appendix E: All checklists
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Bob Mayer is a father, grandfather and husband. He’s also a former Green Beret, West Point graduate, and NY Times Bestselling author. He’s graduated numerous courses including the Special Forces Qualification Course (including Survival), the International Mountain Climbing School, the Royal Danish Navy Fromandkorpset Combat Swim School, and numerous survival exercises, and scenarios. He has a black belt in Taekwondo. He’s been interviewed in/seen on: Discovery Channel, Sports Illustrated, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, PBS, NPR, NY Times front page, SyFy Channel and local cable shows. For more information, go to bobmayer.com
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