RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.® Surviving an Active Shooter Event - EnglishSurviving an active shooter event. English version.
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Nevada's Seven Signs of TerrorismYou-the state, local and tribal law enforcement officers in the United States -encounter numerous people and situations daily. During these encounters, you could see something that might indicate that a terrorist activity is being planned. You may encounter these warning signs while conducting routine traffic stops, interviews, searches, informant debriefings, or surveillance. Knowing how to recognize and respond to terrorism/violent extremism warning signs could enable you to prevent the next act of terrorism.
Nevada Earthquake Safety Council Animation.wmv
Division of Emergency Management/Homeland Security - Plan Ahead NevadaWhen community evacuations become neccessary, local officials provide information to the public through media. In some circumstances, other warning methods, such as sirens or telephone calls are used. Additionally, there may be circumstances under which you and your family feel threatened or endangered and you need to leave your home, school or workplace to avoid these situations.
The amount of time you have to leave will depend on the hazard. Many disasters allow no time for people to gather even the most basic necessities, which is why planning ahead is essential. Create your 72-hour preparedness kit.
Go to PlanAheadNevada.com for more information and a checklist.
HAM Radio/CERT Go Bag: Grab and go gear!Shop on Amazon via this link and help support the channel!: https://www.amazon.com/shop/iridium242 Stock up on your long term food storage here! https://www.thrivelife.com/iridium242
I put together a bag for use during any ham radio emergency operations or any CERT activation. Lighter than a bug out bag, but with enough gear to hold me over so I do not have any issues during an activation. I will also be testing this out as a hiking/camping kit as well.
Bag used is here but seems out of stock: http://tinyurl.com/ybf4wzrk
Washoe County Mobile Radio Basic User Instruction.mpgNevada PSIC 2 training for Washoe County mobile radio.
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Backyard UNDERGROUND Apocalyptic BUNKERIt's finished and its amazing, the ultimate man cave and survival cell rolled into one sub garden room.
There are more things to add such as air filtration and different power source but it's a great space,
To see the build throughout its stages here are the previous 4 video's
Ep 1 https://youtu.be/8UKNajCgpEs
Ep 2 https://youtu.be/z8yiuJ9yFic
Ep 3 https://youtu.be/p1t7r3SKT2o
Ep 4 https://youtu.be/pR493Pee6Xo
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Music is by "Heroic" a great band from sweden and the song is called
"when thoughts collide" more about them in the links below.
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Atlas 10x30 Safe-Cellar - Luxury Bunker Built Under A Home (Complete Installation Video) - Part 1In this Video, Atlas installs a luxury bomb shelter with a fire place and a wine cellar. Base price is $94,999. also go Watch "Billy BombProof" channel to for reviews on Survival gear and get some laughs to Warning its R-rated
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Ham Radio Basics--Ham Radio Jargon and Plain LanguageJim, W6LG, discusses plain language for emergencies and HF communications. It is something to consider.
How to make an Arizona penny can alcohol stoveIn this video I'll show how to make a penny can alcohol stove using Arizona tea cans. I like these cans because they're thicker and hold more fuel. Enjoy!
DIY How To Build A Solar Powered Radio Communications Go Box- The Ham-O-CanHere are all the links- http://goo.gl/FgPgwH
You asked for it! Well, one of you did. In this video we take the Midland Micro Mobile GMRS radio and build it into a self-contained solar powered ammo can. Not only can this little wonder keep you in touch with friends and family, but it can charge USB and 12VDC devices as well. Not leaving solar power to be the only way to get this baby a charge, it will also accept any 12VDC source as well, your car, or even a battery charger. As common with THR videos, we have also put together instructions on our website as well as schematics (like the ones you saw in the video), templates, and a complete parts list for building your very own version.
All of those links can be found here- http://goo.gl/FgPgwH
All of the links, that is, except for the link to the Ultimate Guide To DIY Off Grid Solar Power- http://goo.gl/pquRrj
Build A Solar Ammo Can Full-Length Instructional VideoThis is the step-by-step instructional video on how to build a portable solar power supply in an ammo can. CLICK SHOW MORE for parts list and other details!
For the quick project overview video, please see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NIzIR_Lbkw
You can see a written version of this project at: https://www.instructables.com/id/Ammo-Can-Solar-Power-Supply/
Laser-cut faceplates for this project are now available for sale! Please visit: https://300mpg.org/shop/ to purchase.
This project is equivalent to a Goal Zero Yeti 150, but at half the cost! http://amzn.to/2FuLbTD
This project is essentially a battery inside a sturdy box with a handle. I choose an 50 caliber plastic ammo can, as I've found them to be very handy as tool boxes and storage containers. Ammo cans stack nicely, carry easily, and have a weathertight gasket seal.
In the past, many of my projects made use of "Unique Parts" (such as bulletproof glass pulled out of a dumpster!) In this case, I wanted to made use of as many "off-the-shelf" parts as possible. For one thing, it makes it very easy for OTHER people to also make their version of the same project.
In this case, I happened to purchase most of the components from a major online retailer. If you'd like to do the same, I've provided links to the items I used. I've also added approximate prices for those materials at the time of this writing.
For this project, we will need:
Ammo Can, 50 cal.
I really like the MTM brand. Nice boxes, made in the U.S.A. Available in multiple colors. Black and green are both classic, but you might want high visibility orange if you intend to use this as emergency equipment.
Sealed Lead Acid Battery, 15AH capacity.
I specifically chose a particular physical size, as it fits perfectly inside the MTM Ammo can. It's also a relatively small battery, which keeps the project weight to right around only ten pounds. I used a "Mighty Max" brand battery.
20A Solar Charge Controller
I found a nice one which has some good safety features, low-voltage disconnect, and also includes a pair of USB ports built in.
Four In One Socket Panel
This is a device typically sold for trucks to add a 12V cigarette lighter outlet, USB ports, a voltmeter, and a switch to turn it all on and off. They are available in several shapes sizes and colors.
These are used as universal electrical inputs and outputs on the project. This project uses two pairs, but since I knew I'm be using more in the future, I bought a box of 10.
12 AWG stranded wire in both black and red
(From local hardware store)
Crimp on electrical terminals, spade and 1/4" ring terminal
Silicone adhesive or hot glue
Industrial type hook and loop fastener (Velcro)
Wire Nuts or Wago (Brand) Lever Lock Nuts.
Fuse Holder and Fuse.
6-32 and 8-32 nuts, bolts, and washers
The project also features "accessory items" that simply plug in to the Solar Ammo Can to make it as useful as possible. To start with, we will want to be able to charge the battery.
Solar Panel - I already happened to own a solar panel perfect for this project, a 15 watt PV Solar panel. Any 12V nominal solar panel of about 10 to 20 watts is perfect for this project.
Here's one which looks affordable, and it about the right size and style for the project.
DC Power Adapter (Wall Charger)
Any DC wall power adapter of higher than 12V (13.2, 14.4, 18) and one amp will work fine.
I already had a 18V 1.3A power adapter handy.
Here's a similar adapter.
The other items I packed into the ammo can were for lighting and AC power.
USB Gooseneck Light
These small USB lights work great. They are very simple and durable. Fantastic for camping.
100 Watt AC Power Inverter.
This device converts DC power to AC power so that you can run typical household devices from a battery. A 100 watt version is very compact and inexpensive. I already had one, which I used for this project. Here is a similar version.
You could also charge the batteries with other power sources, such as an exercise bike generator or a hand-cranked generator:
Background music for this video was provided by:
"Shaving Mirror" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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