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Arthur T. Bradley
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It 's easy for average Americans living in safe neighborhoods to become complacent about their safety on a day-to-day basis. But disaster can strike at any time; floods, earthquakes, storms, and disease epidemics are all real dangers that can happen unexpectedly and can change your life in an instant unless you are prepared.
A prepper is ready to face any significant event. Preppers find peace of mind knowing that they have food, water, rifles, pistols, ammunition, shelter, heat, energy, and the experience to survive, as well as the knowledge and skills to construct, engineer, grow, preserve, forge, hunt, provide electricity, and teach others their skills. Dr. Arthur T. Bradley, an Army veteran who has faced a variety of disasters while living across the United States, provides valuable tips to ensure you are ready for anything at any time. Bradley shows you how to calculate how much water you will need, start a food storage plan, assemble an inexpensive first-aid kit, cook without electricity, and so much more.
The Prepper 's Handbook includes waterproof pages and cover, and comes with a RAD sticker to help you determine if there is a radiation hazard nearby. You ve always been told to expect the unexpected, and now you can really be prepared for anything that comes your way.
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