Tactical > Entry Plan

Preparation Entry Strategy & Planning:
Preparing for a survival situation is all about satisfying basic needs until an exit plan or alternative location is available. Same caution should be taken for any extreme adventure trip.

This should be based off needs to survive the first 72 hours being self sufficient in finding water, creating fire, gathering & preparing food, having reserves of daily use items like first aid kit & multi vitamins, ability to provide adequate shelter from elements of exposure, and powering your flashlights / Emergency Radio.

When packing, find a durable case to hold your survival items.
Survival Kit Items:

  1. First aid items.
  2. Water purification tablets or drops.
  3. Fire starting equipment.
  4. Signaling items.
  5. Food procurement items.
  6. Shelter items.

Some examples of these items are–

  • Lighter,
  • Metal match,
  • Waterproof matches.
  • Snare wire.
  • Signaling mirror.
  • Wrist compass.
  • Fish and snare line.
  • Fishhooks.
  • Candle.
  • Small hand lens.
  • Oxytetracycline tablets (diarrhea or infection).
  • Water purification tablets.
  • Solar blanket.
  • Surgical blades.
  • Butterfly sutures.
  • Chap Stick.
  • Needle and thread.
  • Knife.

There are many terrain factors to consider when choosing your site.

  • Trees:
  • Water features:
  • Boggy land & marsh:
  • Steep slopes: In an emergency dig tunnels
  • Footpaths & rights of way:
  • Good access:
  • Resources: A site with drinking water and firewood nearby

3 Pole Tepee
  • Hunting is a bloody business, whats truly ugly is about our need to survive.

    The moral trap people find themselves in is they rely on proxy executioners to do their killing for them today. The same way the garbage is put out at the curb and you’re not sure where it goes. To most this is just normally looks wrapped in cellophane at their local grocer freezers.

    Well, the same way you get your meat comes without knowing where it came from. So when you hunt & fish, relax you can rest now in the sanctimonious feeling knowing where it came from.

    Essential Survival Gear:

    Operating Camp Setup:
    1. Clear and level ground
    2. Establish the 3 essentials Eat, Drink, Sleep
    3. Water, Electricity, Hot Shower, Toilet, Septic Waste System.
    4. Generator 3,000ft cable
    5. Hookup shower & sinks with the tap to fresh water spring or well
    6. 500 Gal Water tanks from fresh water springs for 1 month water per man
    7. Roof construction – 1 ton timber per house (bear proof)
    8. Grill Pit setup
    9. Security (anti bear 8ft walls food 12ft off ground)
    10. Purchase Bear Tag in case you need it
    11. Hoist American Flag
    12. Establish Cell & Internet access
    13. Launch Remote Enterprise / Company

    Camp List Inventory:
    Tents, Map of Area with topography, foul weather gear, food, GPS, climbing gear, cloths, fishing gear, fire starter, whistle/call, field prep kit, first aid, sleeping bag, casting net, Beef jerkey, vodka, wire, pliers, starter fluid, blow torch, bolt cutters.

    When packing, find a durable case to hold your survival items.
    Survival Kit Items:

    First aid items.
    Water purification tablets or drops.
    Fire starting equipment.
    Signaling items.
    Food procurement items.
    Shelter items.
    Lighter.
    Metal match.
    Waterproof matches.
    Snare wire.
    Signaling mirror.
    Wrist compass.
    Fish and snare line.
    Fishhooks.
    Candle.
    Small hand lens.
    Oxytetracycline tablets (diarrhea or infection).
    Water purification tablets.
    Solar blanket.
    Surgical blades.
    Butterfly sutures.
    Chap Stick.
    Needle and thread.
    Knife.

    Primitive Cooking Methods:
    roasting vegetables (carrots potatos ) over hot stones with layers of leaves to steam the veges all in a 3 ft hole in the ground,

    Cooking whole pumkins underneath wood fire ash then adding salad to the insides
    Core Cooking Ingredients:

    Citrus, Sea salt, Olive oil, Pepper, & Onion
    served on wooden boards, temperature controlled by dry ice. propane tank, cheese, salami, fried tortilla bread / flat bread, woodfire roasted shrimp, & octopus.
    Primitive Cooking Methods:

    Packed meat in sea salt crust cooked over and under fire on iron rack.

    Pastry Tart baking chard in egg on iron then covered in burning sticks.

    Other Camp Planning Items:
    Preparing for a survival situation is all about satisfying basic needs until an exit plan or alternative location is available. Same caution should be taken for any extreme adventure trip.

    This should be based off needs to survive the first 72 hours being self sufficient in finding water, creating fire, gathering & preparing food, having reserves of daily use items like first aid kit & multi vitamins, ability to provide adequate shelter from elements of exposure, and powering your flashlights / Emergency Radio.

    Establishing Basecamp / Site Selection – Terrain Factors:

    Trees:
    Water features:
    Boggy land & marsh:
    Steep slopes: In an emergency dig tunnels
    Footpaths & rights of way:
    Good access:
    Resources: A site with drinking water and firewood nearby

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