We live in a world where so many things could go wrong and have. We have a dysfunctional government, national skyrocketing debt which one day our lenders will demand payment, and home grown as well as external terrorism. On top of all that, there is the increasing risk of natural disasters like tornados, floods, wildfires, earthquakes, and more.
I am not off my nut. I just like to be prepared and I absolutely will make sure that I will be taking care of my family. We are normal, everyday folks who like going to the movies, go out to eat, we love the internet, and more. There is a lot to be said for creature comforts and we really enjoy them, but if they were gone tomorrow, we would survive. It may not be peaches and cream, but we would survive.
One thing I do feel strongly about is that something in our society is bound to break and break hard. We cannot continue down this same path as a world or nation for that matter and not believe that something has to give. It could be a number of things too. The people and countries our nation is in debt to may want their money back before we can pay the bill. Our fragile economy could collapse which quite frankly would take down most of the rest of the world economies along with ours. It could be a natural disaster that impacts a large area in which we live. And perhaps, it might just be the desire for one nation or group of extremists that want to see if they have the moxie to take down the United States.
I hope you enjoy reading this work as much as I enjoyed putting it together!
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About the Author
After high school, I served my country honorably in the United States Air Force for many years, after which, I spent the next eleven years working for the Department of Defense.
I obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees in organizational management and business. My education has served me well and allowed me to advance in my life's careers.
I have over 25 years in the IT industry and in the course of that time, I have owned my own IT firm, and today, work for a major computer manufacturer and have been for over 13 years.
My prepping began years ago, when I was in the military. That was before, during, and after the cold war and traveling the world, I could see how many people really did not like the United States and I also learned how easy it would be to upset our "apple cart." With that, I figured it would be prudent to be as prepared as possible, not only for natural disasters which often occur, but also for the man-made disasters that continually surface in today's world.