If the lights go out or if a serious disaster strikes how will you know what’s going on? Do you have a communication method that will help without the aid of electricity or Wi-Fi. Many preppers have powerful radios that use the power of the sun to keep them charged. These are great options for incoming information but what about your outgoing thoughts, questions and needs. Communication is one of the most important parts of dealing with a disaster.
This article takes an interesting approach when it comes to disaster communications. I was delighted to see that one of the 4 T’s was training. I think the assumption that we will be able to do something is one of the survivalist’s biggest pitfalls. If we have a tool we must know how to use it and have used it in the past. That is the only way we can be prepared to react quickly.