--- under construction, but all links are valid! ---

General Preparedness and Survival

Survivalist Family, by Pastor Joe Fox (Viking Preparedness). Great guide to beginner and intermediate preparedness and survival. Highly recommended!

 SAS Survival Handbook, Third Edition: The Ultimate Guide to Surviving Anywhere - absolutely choke full of wilderness and urban survival information.
First Aid and Medical Books
ACEP First Aid Manual, 5th Edition - Everyone, prepper or not, should learn first aid. This first aid manual of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) is much more up-to-date (2014) than the American Red Cross manual, which hasn't been updated since 1992. LEVEL: All levels. I consider this a CORE BOOK for all preppers.
The Survival Medicine Handbook, by Dr. Joe Alton and Nurse Amy Alton, is THE essential guide for when medical help is NOT on the way. If you had to deal with an injury or illness in a disaster, and their was no doctor, nurse, or paramedic around, would you know what to do?  This handbook is a 670 page detailed guide for those who want to be medically prepared for any disaster or austere setting where medical professionals are not available.   LEVEL: Intermediate. I consider this a CORE BOOK for most preppers.
Alton's Antibiotics and Infectious Disease, subtitled The Layman's Guide to Available Antibacterials in Austere Settings, is a simplified guide to using antibacterial and antifungal veterinary medications (such as fish antibiotics) in disaster, survival, and other austere settings where modern medicine is non-existent.  

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments are posted without moderation. Use caution when following links, and beware of SPAM and fake links. Please keep discussions civil and on-topic. NOTE: Certain ad-blockers and other security software installed on your browser may block the ability to leave comments on this website. This issue is with that software, not this website.