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Unlike many reality shows on prepping and doomsday survival, the Make Ready to Survive videos are a true tutorial to help you and your family. Whether you live in the heart of the city, on the outskirts in a quiet neighborhood, or out on a farm, the Make Ready to Survive videos show you techniques that are critical for survival, review gear and supplies to have on hand, and all aspects of proper planning. Most importantly, the videos will bring you piece of mind.

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The newest video to be added to the series focuses on how to handle emergencies that are common in urban and suburban areas.

Make Ready To Survive: Suburban & City Environment addresses medium length events like prolonged power outages, snow storms, hurricanes, and other localized damage due to a disaster where food, power and fuel are not readily available. Specific considerations are given for folks living in the city as well as suburban settings.

Instructors Paul Howe, Jim Cobb, Kyle Harth, and N.E. MacDougald walk you through the medium term survival budget, bugging in, home security and lockdown, communications, getting from work or play to home during a crisis, advanced first aid, identifying hazards and hazardous areas, quantity and types of food to have on hand, workplace survival gear, and more. Localized rioting and civil unrest, power outages or a natural crisis can be dealt with and managed when you are prepared. We help you to get to that point of being prepared.

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Suburban & City Environment is now available streaming to Panteao subscribers. The DVD versions will begin shipping next week.
A total of 13 videos have been filmed in the Make Ready to Survive series. More info on the series can be found on the Panteao website at: http://panteao.com/survive/.

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