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Developing a Survival Mindset
Developing a Survival Mindset


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The military loves acronyms and so does the survivalist or prepper community. Unfortunately, if you are not prior military or fairly new to prepping all of these abbreviations can be somewhat confusing.

Here’s a list of the most common terms you’ll find associated with Prepper Community. There are a handful of other acronyms out there but many are used so infrequently we did not include them for let’s face it, some people just like making up acronyms to sound important but if only a handful of people know it’s meaning what use is it.

BOB Bug Out Bag

BIB Bug In Bag

BOL Bug Out Location

BOB Bug Out Vehicle

BSTS Better Safe Than Sorry

Bugging Out Hasty Exit or departure from your location to safer ground

EDC Every Day Carry Item: Think pocket knife or paracord survival bracelet.

EDC Kit Every Day Carry Kit – usually kept in the car.

EMP Electromagnetic Pulse

EOD End Of Days

EOT End Of Times

FIFO First In First Out – Used for food rotation in long-term food storage.

GDE Grid Down Event

GHC Get Home Bag

GOOD Kit Get Out Of Dodge Kit

Grey Man Blending in to your environment, avoid looking like you’re prepared

IFAK Individual First Aid Kit

INCH I’m Never Coming Home Bag

KISS Keep It Simple, Stupid

MRE Meals Ready To Eat

OPSEC Operational Security

PAW Post-Apocalyptic Word

PERK Personal Emergency Relocation Kit

Prepping Preparing for the aftermath of an event that could impact you locally, regionally or on a national/global scale.

Preps Preparations

Retreat Refuge or location set up as a bug out location or safe haven.

SERE Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape

SHTF Shit Hits The Fan

SIP Shelter In Place

SWOT Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats – Used to analyze your strengths and weaknesses for various threats.

TSHTF The Shit Hits The Fan

TEOCAWKI The End Of Civilization As We Know It

TEOTWAWKI The End Of The World As We Know It

WROL Without Rule Of Law

WTSHTF When The Shit Hits The Fan

YOYO You’re On Your Own

Zombie Nickname for the unprepared that will attempt to take from those that are prepared.
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46 Uses for WD-40
46 Uses for WD-40
46 Uses for WD-40
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5 Commonly Overlooked Items for your Bug Out Bag:

1: Survival Guide - No one knows Everything, even if you're retired military, skills we don't use consistently we begin forgetting. 
2: Road Map - A printed map book of your area, state or region could be a life saver. Think No GPS, how would you find somewhere you've never been?
3: Dynamo or Hand Crank Radio
4: Anti-bacteria Ointment. Minor cuts could become deadly if you have no access to medical care or antibiotics.
5: Change of Clothes ROLLED and vacuum sealed to conserve space if possible. May seem simple, but most people don't have a simple change of clothes in their bug out bag.
This is not a complete list, just 5 Commonly Overlooked Items that sometimes seem so simple, we just forget them.
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