One of the most common questions I get from readers about their survival plan is…
“How can I rally my family back together if we’re separated in an attack or disaster that comes without warning?”
This is a great question because those initial moments of an “instant crisis” create a lot of confusion and panic.
If you and your family are out of your home and an attack or some disaster happens (like a bombing, tornado, flash mob, etc.) it’s possible you could all be separated by a stampeding crowd or just doing different things in different locations.
It’s completely natural to be worried about the ones who are counting on you for protection.
As a father myself, I don’t want to imagine being separated from my children or wife when they need me the most.
Anyway, I have written some of my own thoughts on the matter, but I posed this question to my friend Jeff Anderson who wrote the “Social Chaos Escape & Evasion” guide.
This program is all about how to survive these types of “instant disasters” where you could be targeted by looters, gangs, mobs, or just need to escape a temporary breakdown in civil order and get your family to safety.
This week, Jeff is offering a free bonus program with his best-selling guide, called “Warrior Instinct: How To Develope Ferocious Resolve To Survive Anything!”.
So I thought it was a good chance to give you some inside info from his E&E (escape and evasion) manual.
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Here are 3 short tips Jeff offered that touch on some of the principles from “Social Chaos E&E”:
1. Make “rally points” a habit. When out with the family, make sure all know where to rally back together if, for whatever reason, you’re separated. The primary location will typically be your vehicle so you can all evacuate the area together or at least plan your next move and proceed as a unit.
2. Avoid “retail rally points”. Often, parents will teach their kids to go into a store if lost. That’s fine as a norm, but they should know that if it looks like there’s a lot of panic going on, stay away from the stores. This is a likely target of “instant looting” during the chaos and it could place a loved one directly in the path of danger.
3. Always have comms figured out. If children are old enough, they should have a cell phone they can use. You can use mini 2-way radios or even pocket whistles as primary comms a lot of the time, especially for younger kids. (When Jeff’s kids were real young, they had a dogtag with his name and number on it just in case they were separated and found help.)
Of course there’s more to it than this, but be honest… are you and your family REALLY following all three of these tactics so far?
Most people aren’t – and if an attack or disaster happened without warning…or even a trial verdict or national championship…it will be impossible for you to put your survival plan into action if you’re focused on simply trying to find your family members and get them all under one roof for your protection, right?
From here, there are a lot of other things to consider, such as…
* What if the family car isn’t an option to rally to?
* What if you’re at work… your spouse is at work… the kids are at school or at home? Where do each of you go?
* How to set up “progressive rally points” in case your home isn’t an option for retreating to?
* How do you set up simple “codes” your loved ones can remember… but others won’t be able to decipher? (Hint: “Romeo Papa Alpha” is NOT the right way.)
Of course Jeff goes into much deeper detail in his chapter on these strategies and this book & CD package are a great deal – especially with this week’s bonus program, “Warrior Instinct”
You can check out everything that’s included at his website by clicking here…