Imminent Threat Solutions

10 Oct

Bug Out Bag (BOB) – In Case of Emergency
Uploaded by RazorEdge95 on 12 Mar 2011

“In light of the recent tragic events in Japan, I think it is important that people prepare for potential disasters in their area. This is an example of what I am doing for a bug out bag. (Also known as a blow out bag or blow out kit.)”

“I am happy to answer any questions. Firearms are not addressed here, and they are a matter of personal choice that I leave to you to decide whether to carry or not. Preparation should be done by or with an adult and with the proper training beforehand. It is your personal responsibility to ensure that you are careful handling any of the equipment covered in this video. FEMA recommends that citizens and individuals in the US be prepared for at least 72 hours in the wake of a major natural disaster. Do not become a victim if you did not have to be.

Mother Nature is unpredictable. Be Ready. ”

FEMA website:

Medic Bag:


SAS Survival Handbook:

Pocket Survival Pak Plus – Survival Kit Review
Uploaded by ITStactical on 9 Apr 2011

“Join ITS Tactical as we continue our pocket survival kit review series with the Pocket Survival Pak Plus by Adventure Medical Kits.” View our complete write-up with a detailed analysis and ratings at:

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Music composed by Joshua Peterson,


Tactical Medical Training with Lone Star Medics Medicine X Course
From: ITStactical | 9 May 2011

Tactical Medical Training with Lone Star Medics Medicine X Class hosted by ITS Tactical May 7-8, 2011. View the complete AAR at ITS Tactical:


Navy SEAL Rope Climbing Techniques
Uploaded by ITStactical on 22 Mar 2011

Learn How to Climb Rope Like a Navy SEAL with ITS Tactical’s Rope Climbing Techniques. For our full article with photos, click here:


How to Build a Fast Rope for Climbing Video Series:

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