Bugging Out

Bugging out refers to your evacuation in the event of an emergency or a disaster. In some cases, you might not have a choice but to leave your home and head for greener pastures.

 

The bug out journey will be riddled with dangers: thugs, hungry people, downed trees, collapses bridges, wild animals, blocked roads, dead and and many, many more.

 

Read the articles below and start making your bug out plan today.

The Top Spots in the US to Bug Out

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When you plan a bug out strategy, the location is one of the most important considerations. I think some people plan to just grab their bug-out bag and start walking. That is a recipe for disaster. To be successful you need to carefully plan a bug out location along with …

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How to Choose the Best Bug-Out Motorcycle

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If you’ve been prepping for any amount of time at all you’ve probably already done some thinking about your choice of bug out vehicle. There are a wide variety of choices and when it comes down to it, the bug out vehicle you choose is a matter of personal preference. …

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Miles to Travel: Land Navigation for Survival

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I often hear survival experts say that remaining stationary in an emergency is the best way to go.  I understand the logic.  It is easier for rescue personnel to find you if you stay in one spot, but what if you know that nobody is looking for you?  Maybe you …

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How to Bug-Out on a Boat

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When you have to bug out on a boat, it puts a whole new twist on survival.  It is estimated that 80-90% of the earth’s population lives near a major body of water.  When highways and city streets get jammed up, a boat may be your best way out.  Also, …

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Bug Out Shelters – A Roof on the Run

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Shelter in a bug-out scenario is very important.  It protects you from the elements, keeps you hidden, and keeps you and your gear safe from predators and other people.  Nevertheless, when on the run there is little time to erect a shelter.  In most cases, you only have the few …

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Bugging Out 101

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In the last fifteen years, there has been an average of over 300 climate and weather related events, primarily storms and floods, annually around the world. Although our technology has made some great advances in recent years, you can’t control or predict the weather. Even the professional weather forecasters cannot …

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Should You Bug Out Alone or In a Group?

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Bugging out from your home is going to be one of the most dangerous things you will ever do. Once you’ve made it to safety, you’ll be out of immediate danger, but getting to your bug out location or even someplace relatively safe deep within the woods is pretty risky. And when I say …

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