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Joshua

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Ummmmm Hello?!?!? what about this one! http://www.doomsdayprepperforums.com
well yeah that one is a favorite as well sense we are here. Just putting up others that I enjoy besides this one. I have a list of about 20 websites that I go on so if you want me to post them all I can. These ones might help out some way or another. Dont want to spam though. So it will be up to you.
 

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This one of course....eh Clyde:D. It's cool your ok with folks sharing info on other sites, It show great character that you encourage folks to net work for the greater good. Some sites don't allow it.
 
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Cheaperthandirt.com. Not prepper-specific but good deals inputs of useful stuff from self-defense to camping to food and water solutions.
 

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This one for networking and The Sportsmans Guide for Military surplus and outdoors gear .
 

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For the military types that need worry about the world, most reliable is http://www.globalsecurity.org/

For those concerned about pandemic outbreaks, the watch site at CDC: http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices
Typically CDC will follow World Health Organization data on traveling to locations, also great site to see for travel data if your going overseas on vacation, will give vaccination requirements, etc. Also has data on last cruise ship disease outbreak.

Free courses on WMD terrorism (must register first, not sure how it is with non-U.S. citizens) from Texas A&M: http://teex.org/teex.cfm?pageid=training&templateid=14&area=teex&browse=201

U.S. Army field manuals...don't know how long these will be available, so might want to download PDF version and keep them. http://armypubs.army.mil/doctrine/Active_FM.html

USAMRID website has some good training, but you need to send your medical license, nursing, EMT certifications to see if you can register, but their training is very good, online and some of the best up to date stuff out there when talking to about WMD and NBC stuff, just know all the services follow their lead, also if your concerned about big brother watching or the conspiracy theory stuff, then don't think about talking to them, they will do a background check on you and your IP address will have to get a certificate...last time I took a remote course.

Possibly the better retailers when you want the coolest and current first responder/warrior meds. Typically, I check around first, but when I can't find it, I order from these guys, just know its a bit expensive, but the quality, reliability and customer service (to include returns if its defective is the best, I've seen, also, they typically if you get a defective one, the customer service will mail one Express). http://www.chinookmed.com/

I've got a few more, but these should do those that are just starting out or haven't book marked it.
 

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Weird, on that survival cache site, in their list of things that should be in your GHB, they list a prepaid $100 credit card. In what situation is this better than just having $100 cash (in smaller bills)?

I like this site, but for actual shopping needs, I like http://beprepared.com
 
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