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This week Part I will cover the Plan outline and the following week Part II will cover the destination and survival retreat search and acquisition.
PART I The Bug-Out Plan To cover the bug-out part we have coined an easy acronym. L ocation A lternative Routes S upplies T iming O bservation U niformity T ransportation Location Location and communication with family or group members when the SHTF will be key.
The Dream is that everyone is in the same location and ready to go when the balloon goes up. It’s always best to assume that the family or group will be scattered across the city at best, at worst members are out of town with limited or no means of communication.
These factors complicate and unravel any good bug-out plan.
Everyday there are new articles about bugging out; the best bag, fire starter, communications gear, flashlight, compass, et cetera, but rarely does the topic of the evacuees route planning and destination come to the forefront of the discussions. It’s just not exciting, probably because you can’t put an ACOG, Magpul furniture, sling and a 40 round Pmag on your ‘destination’ and most folks just think they can make up the route as they go. Let’s take a look at what some Preppers dream about as they drift off to sleep at night…
In the following strategy guide our friend Todd Savage explores the former and discusses some critical considerations that must be made once you and your family come to the determination that it’s time to get out of Dodge.
Todd knows a thing or two about survival retreats, perimeter defense strategies and what it will take to survive should the world around us collapse overnight.
Of course not, the reality is that most Preppers can’t afford a separate fully operational retreat, and that’s ok.
However, not having a pre-arranged destination of some kind, with pre-positioned supplies is absolutely not acceptable.