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A.N.T.S. • Are You a Server or a Waiter

October 20, 2017 Cadit 0

Greeting All: I’ve been asked this before, am I a server or the Waiter? What’s the difference one may ask? The server already knows what you want and gives it to you, whereas the Waiter only waits for you to say what you want. It’s just another way of…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: My Home, My Property

October 17, 2017 Cadit 0

What gets me is the non-uniformity of the property laws across the states, we are one country and property laws should be similar, but like here in NC, it’s a lot different than say in Tx. or CA. If you don’t know your state property rights, you could…

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A.N.T.S. • DNA Test Kits

October 16, 2017 Cadit 0

What’s up with all these DNA kits. At first it was for a very low price/cost, you could get your DNA tested. Now it’s get your DNA test kit free. I read and article a few weeks back where our government was or had offered these DNA companies an incent…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Zello Night With CPN

October 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Ok Guys: hope to hear you out there on Zello, FounderAnt and I would like to talk with you, Zello is free and easy to use. Now I don’t know what FounderAnt has planed as a topic, but I know it will be good and of importance to all. So let support Foun…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Zello Night With CPN

October 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Ok Guys: hope to hear you out there on Zello, FounderAnt and I would like to talk with you, Zello is free and easy to use. Now I don’t know what FounderAnt has planed as a topic, but I know it will be good and of importance to all. So let support Foun…

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A.N.T.S. • Union Co ANTS Comms Net

October 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings Everyone: I host a ANTS Comms simplex Net on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. So if you have a amateur radio that you can use or just listen in, I would like to invite you to do so. I start at 7pm and run for about 30 minutes, dependin…

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A.N.T.S. • Union Co ANTS Comms Net

October 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings Everyone: I host a ANTS Comms simplex Net on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. So if you have a amateur radio that you can use or just listen in, I would like to invite you to do so. I start at 7pm and run for about 30 minutes, dependin…

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A.N.T.S. • Zello Night With CPN

October 10, 2017 Cadit 0

Hi All: hope all is well. We had a great time on the Zello night with the CPN group, good topics and thoughts. New and different ideas and old concepts. Hope you were able to catch it, don’t know how many were on, but it was a lot. Looking forward to …

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A.N.T.S. • It’s a MAD, MAD, MAD World

October 3, 2017 Cadit 0

I think that most will agree that we are living in the last days or at least the starting of it. So in that frame of mind; how do you prepare, for these biblical proportions. What is safe, how do you combat such destruction. Only a few of those who claim to be our spiritual leaders are even saying anything about this possibility. Now while I do believe in the Bible and its writings, I know that at every warning, he tells us to flee. To run to the hills, the plans; but mainly to flee destruction.

So: are you preparing, are you understanding what is heading our way. Preparation is just part of it, being on watch is another part, and communications is another. So’ are you prepared for when the fire comes, do you know what to do and how to do it. Granted; there are many things set right now that can plunge us into dankness, take away our food and water, make us sick and die even. We are our own worst enemy.

There was a time when we pulled together and helped each other and defended each other, because we knew that it was our best means of survival. That’s why towns popped up in the new west and people went there, and why one may ask. They new the east had become corrupt and dangerous. Seeking a life free from the burdens of society that places demands of them then subjugated them.

We are neither sheep nor wolves, but sheepdogs, shepherds of our fields. Watching over those of ours and of our family and friends. Let me hear your thoughts and plans that can help each of us. For I believe we are entering a time this world has never seen, and we need each other to survive.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:21 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: The Problem

October 3, 2017 Cadit 0

I’m old enough to remember things my dad taught and said. He was a firm believer in preparing for the unexpected. He always said; I help those who help themselves. People today have very little integrity or honor. They stand there with their hands out waiting on that next free meal. Now don’t get me wrong, there are those that are truly needful, and not through their own doings.

But if I can’t see where you have and are trying to improve your means and needs, then don’t look to me to help with what I have for me and my family. But because, when you help out of your own supplies, then there’s a time span that you need to replace what you’ve given. There have been times where I have helped and those I helped turned around after they got on their feet and repaid me with more than I gave. And that my friends is how it is supposed to work. But we have many that stand there crying with their hands out, and when they get what they want, you don’t see or hear from them again until they are in need again. Tuff!

For those in that type of position is right where the government wants them. Dependent upon them, and under their control.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Oct 03, 2017 10:54 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma – Another day, another track

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Hey: I’m a storm spotter and was a chaser in Texas. Somebody has got to do it? No you’re right, that was back in the days when I would seek one thrill after another, not now, I woke up. I’ve reported on four (4) Hurricanes and many tornados. That was then, weather wasn’t so crazy like todays. A spotter is a low profile field, a lot safer. :drool:

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma – Another day, another track

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Hey: I’m a storm spotter and was a chaser in Texas. Somebody has got to do it? No you’re right, that was back in the days when I would seek one thrill after another, not now, I woke up. I’ve reported on four (4) Hurricanes and many tornados. That was then, weather wasn’t so crazy like todays. A spotter is a low profile field, a lot safer. :drool:

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:12 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma – Another day, another track

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Hey: I’m a storm spotter and was a chaser in Texas. Somebody has got to do it? No you’re right, that was back in the days when I would seek one thrill after another, not now, I woke up. I’ve reported on four (4) Hurricanes and many tornados. That was then, weather wasn’t so crazy like todays. A spotter is a low profile field, a lot safer. :drool:

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:12 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma’s evac zones

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Hey: I’m a storm spotter and was a chaser in Texas. Somebody has got to do it? No you’re right, that was back in the days when I would seek one thrill after another, not now, I woke up. I’ve reported on four (4) Hurricanes and many tornados. That was then, weather wasn’t so crazy like todays. A spotter is a low profile field, a lot safer.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma’s evac zones

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Hey: I’m a storm spotter and was a chaser in Texas. Somebody has got to do it? No you’re right, that was back in the days when I would seek one thrill after another, not now, I woke up. I’ve reported on four (4) Hurricanes and many tornados. That was then, weather wasn’t so crazy like todays. A spotter is a low profile field, a lot safer.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:08 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Again; these are some very good comments. I remember things my dad always said, and I live my them. My kids know this and know that if they aren’t helping them selves, don’t come knocking on my door. I know that may sound hard but hard it what life’s about.

My dad would say; a man is only as good as his word, if his word is no good, the man is no good. Also he always said: I help those who are helping themselves. He didn’t mean stealing, looting or begging.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

September 12, 2017 Cadit 0

Again; these are some very good comments. I remember things my dad always said, and I live my them. My kids know this and know that if they aren’t helping them selves, don’t come knocking on my door. I know that may sound hard but hard it what life’s about.

My dad would say; a man is only as good as his word, if his word is no good, the man is no good. Also he always said: I help those who are helping themselves. He didn’t mean stealing, looting or begging.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Looting

September 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Now I understand; our constitution make each and every American responsible for protecting their family and home from murders, thieves, and anyone that would try and harm or still from you. That’s all the law I need. Our government needs to get behind their people and stop hobbling them.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Looting

September 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Now I understand; our constitution make each and every American responsible for protecting their family and home from murders, thieves, and anyone that would try and harm or still from you. That’s all the law I need. Our government needs to get behind their people and stop hobbling them.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:23 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Looting

September 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Looters are the pestilence of society. When ever there’s an issue or disaster, they think it free time to take what you want. That spokesperson needs to have his job taken away just like the looters will be taking peoples things away. You’re all right, that was a declaration to all looters and would be looters who were afraid to steal before but not now.

I thought that law enforcement was there to curtail this type of activity. To enforce the law. not to open a day of Purge. Looters; attack, injure and kills people in the process of looting don’t they? So; everyone needs to have a weapon to defend themselves and family.

The people need to make a statement of: let’s kill the Looters, or something like that to let them know that they will be met with deadly force.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Looting

September 11, 2017 Cadit 0

Looters are the pestilence of society. When ever there’s an issue or disaster, they think it free time to take what you want. That spokesperson needs to have his job taken away just like the looters will be taking peoples things away. You’re all right, that was a declaration to all looters and would be looters who were afraid to steal before but not now.

I thought that law enforcement was there to curtail this type of activity. To enforce the law. not to open a day of Purge. Looters; attack, injure and kills people in the process of looting don’t they? So; everyone needs to have a weapon to defend themselves and family.

The people need to make a statement of: let’s kill the Looters, or something like that to let them know that they will be met with deadly force.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:18 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma

September 7, 2017 Cadit 0

I to have been doing what all good preppers do and got my water some time back, stored up. Most people (non-preppers) never think of their hot water heater, and most have 40 gallon tanks. Now; with the wife and me as the ones using water in our home, and at a bare minimal of 2 gallons a day, we will still have enough just in the tank for 20 days. And if it pours rain like most hurricanes do, I would sit my buckets and such out to catch it. Hun; more water to drink?

Plus I have a Berkey to clean up that swamp water for drinking. Non-preppers don’t have the right mind-set, they are waiting on someone else to provide for them, our wonderful government in play. Water & food sources all around them and they will thirst or starve to death because they are waiting one someone other than themselves to provide for them. So sad.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma

September 7, 2017 Cadit 0

I to have been doing what all good preppers do and got my water some time back, stored up. Most people (non-preppers) never think of their hot water heater, and most have 40 gallon tanks. Now; with the wife and me as the ones using water in our home, and at a bare minimal of 2 gallons a day, we will still have enough just in the tank for 20 days. And if it pours rain like most hurricanes do, I would sit my buckets and such out to catch it. Hun; more water to drink?

Plus I have a Berkey to clean up that swamp water for drinking. Non-preppers don’t have the right mind-set, they are waiting on someone else to provide for them, our wonderful government in play. Water & food sources all around them and they will thirst or starve to death because they are waiting one someone other than themselves to provide for them. So sad.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:19 pm


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Irma

September 6, 2017 Cadit 0

I agree; gas is getting low here as well, near Monroe. I had one tell me that he has had to get resupplied already. Water is off the shelves and along with many other items normally bought up in preparation of a storm. Gas prices continue to rise and gas cans are starting to get hard to find.

And if Irma should hit, it will get a lot worse before it gets better. If you don’t have it now, you may not be able to get it for a while. Best to be prepared well before it happens. A friend of mine call yesterday and asked If had plenty of water, then a little later said that Wal-Mart and other stores were already out, no water to be had anywhere around here.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Prepper Camp-Meet & Greet

September 1, 2017 Cadit 0

Up-date: spoke with a CPN member and he said that there were a few tent sights that had power outlets, one for every 3 or 4 spots. Also; it was discovered that most who got their tent sight, was in the campground no the tent city area. I don’t know if there are any left now in tent city, but it might be good to check. I know that all the spots were spots were sold and overnight =s were too.

Well anyway: I have mine and I’ll be there having a good time. Later.

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A.N.T.S. • Prepper Camp-Meet & Greet

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

OK guys: next week is Prepper Camp, I’m going, are you? Hoping to meet-up with a few of you, and chat, introduce myself, put a face to the name and all that. Need a way to ID other member at the P camp, like a red bandana or something that only we would know. Any Ideas?

Well: hope to see you there, sounds like a fun week-end, my first time going. Looking forward to some of the talks and training.

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A.N.T.S. • Prepper Camp-Meet & Greet

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

OK guys: next week is Prepper Camp, I’m going, are you? Hoping to meet-up with a few of you, and chat, introduce myself, put a face to the name and all that. Need a way to ID other member at the P camp, like a red bandana or something that only we would know. Any Ideas?

Well: hope to see you there, sounds like a fun week-end, my first time going. Looking forward to some of the talks and training.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:57 am


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A.N.T.S. • All the Fluff

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings All:

With all the news on NK and the Hurricane, makes me wonder what our government is up to. seems like every time that a conflict or disaster or some other emergency arises, our government gets busy doing something to take a little more of our freedoms away. So; with all that going on now in our country and around the world, what are they up to?

Signing the UN Gun Treaty? Fighting Trump, dividing congress? What? Your guess is as good as mine, but if history is right, they are plotting something in the mist of all this mayhem. Sound off and let us know your thoughts on the matter.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:50 am


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A.N.T.S. • All the Fluff

August 31, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings All:

With all the news on NK and the Hurricane, makes me wonder what our government is up to. seems like every time that a conflict or disaster or some other emergency arises, our government gets busy doing something to take a little more of our freedoms away. So; with all that going on now in our country and around the world, what are they up to?

Signing the UN Gun Treaty? Fighting Trump, dividing congress? What? Your guess is as good as mine, but if history is right, they are plotting something in the mist of all this mayhem. Sound off and let us know your thoughts on the matter.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:50 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: The Engine of the Prepper

August 26, 2017 Cadit 0

Swamp: I must agree, I too find it harder here in the suburbs, being it day in and day out. One gets accustom to the things around them and pay less attention to them. I try to take a day a week to either drive, walk or by bus to take note of things around me, but I must confess, that I may only do that once a month as an effort in like that of the gray man, Know my surroundings.

But then I’m in the wilderness or just camping, I take it all in, or at least try. This was something drilled into us in our jungle training and had be come second nature to us. For the longest time, it was as a part of me as breathing, but now some 50 years later, not so much. But I am rekindling that awareness and teaching my like minded friends and family the same.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

August 26, 2017 Cadit 0

I have seen some really great comments here and insight I did not know was there. Thanks to all of you for sharing, and please do so as others comment. Encourage all to keep and open mind and a trained mind, for the things we knew as a child were childish things, but as adults the more solute things become and are of life and death experience’s. So; as mentioned here, let us act as humans and not as animals with out concern but with resolve to our families and ourselves.

My father had many a beliefs and most stuck, one such is: A Man is only as good as his word, if his word in no good, then the Man is no good. This I judge all by in my dealings. Because a double minded man is unstable in all his ways. And this type of man I will not trust with the lives of my family and friends.

Thank You All

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A.N.T.S. • Re: The Fun Stuff

August 25, 2017 Cadit 0

Thank you for all your post, I didn’t ever see that show but wished I had. And I think you are right in stating a growing closer together. I hope that I could get my kids together in one place, but with them in CA., TX. and VA. I don’t see that happening if our world happened to turn upside down. But hope is what brings progress. Creating an outlet for stress is a big thing in almost any scenario. I too have planned, but I have to take into account that my better half has other interest that I need to address and provide for. Now If I too had my kids and grandkids around me, then that would be a whole different set of circumstances. I feel for those who have a large family, the joy and the sorrow that can come to all at anytime. In a family of 2 or 12, its still better than going it alone.

But as one stated: I love books too, and read a lot. I love old board games also, and have a good selection of them. Puzzle Boxes, they are great to keep the mind sharp. I also like to work with wood and whittle a little. Making toys by hand. A lot can be done to help elevate the level of joy in ones camp or home.

Just incase I do get to have my family about me, I have games for the kids, young and older. And I want to do for my family as much as one can, at my age, I know I would not survive for a lot of years, five to ten at the most. So; I would want to make the most of it, with my family. Because; I’m given today, but not promised tomorrow.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

August 25, 2017 Cadit 0

I like founderant’s response to the issues at hand. Our early settlers had the mind set of changing circumstances and adjusted for them. If we isolate ourselves, then when we need that help, we have no one to look to. Even in the days of frontier settlement, they would come together for mutual protection and survival. But: the pioneer always kept an open mind as to what can happen, the unexpected and relied on his fellow settlers to help.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

August 25, 2017 Cadit 0

Yes to a lot of these post, but you can’t say for sure that what ever event happens, doesn’t leave you homeless and with out supplies. You can have all the supplies and a large farm with crops, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be taken away in just a few seconds. And I’m not talking about a bunch of people coming in and taking it either. These things happens and no one can prevent it from happening to them. I see that most have the mindset that what they have will always be available to them, not so. There are many a thing that could happen to wipe out all you reserves and leave you homeless. It doesn’t matter where you live, there is something that can happen to up-root you and your family.

We must keep open minds to what can or want happen us and be vigilant to the ability to adapt. Because if we close our minds to the possibility of something taking away what we have prepared for, then we fall into that well of despair that can lead us and our family to an undesirable end. So: yes, be prepared, but be flexible in your thinking and planning. We can’t plan for every event, but we can condition our minds to compensate when it does. This is what I was trying to convey, but not very successfully, because most people go straight to I have this and act like it is all they need and will be there no matter what. Wrong my fellow preppers.

I do enjoy reading your comments and suggestions. Lets me know that we are still thinking, which is a good thing.

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A.N.T.S. • Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

August 25, 2017 Cadit 0

Greetings All:

I was thinking the other day; in grid down situation where everything has gone south, where do you draw the line in gathering food and supplies for your family? Do you kill (murder) innocent families to keep yours alive. Steal where you can? What, how would you and how far would you go?

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A.N.T.S. • Re: OK – Foot Care

August 25, 2017 Cadit 0

Farmer, I know what you’re saying. Unknown; I had become resistant to Novocain when I was having a root Canal done, so I had it done with no type of pain killer. The doc said he had already given me the maximum he could and I still had all my feeling. It was an experience to say the least. People just don’t know how good we have it in areas like that until its gone or don’t work on you anymore. Later I broke a tooth off and didn’t want to go back to the dentist for another torture treatment, so I took a piece of whole clove and bit down on over the exposed never and burned it out. Now I have a broken tooth but no pain, but I must say; even that treatment is not for the faint of heart.

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A.N.T.S. • The Engine of the Prepper

August 16, 2017 Cadit 0

OK; you may be thinking about a automobile or some other piece of machinery, but in reality I’m speaking of your mind. The old think tank, you hat support, noggin. If you’re never been in a situation to where you fear for you life or the lives of loved ones, then you don’t really know how you will react to it. Most freeze up and can’t function. Don’t be that guy or gal, tune your mind and train it to react to different situations and dangers. You don’t have to be in a life and death situation to train your mind to act in a controlled manner. You, your spouse and kids can help with this. Each can come up with a scenario and all think through it and come up with a plan that will keep everyone alive. There are card games that help with this called Conflicted. Survival scenarios that you, you family or team can review time and time again to train your mind in how to handle any type of scenario that may arise. This is good training for the mind.

At home or at your base camp, stay a step ahead of your foe, make track paths so you can tell if anyone’s is checking you out. Look for make shift hides, where they stayed to watch you and your camp to gather intel. Track paths also tell you of any activity of others passing through around you. So getting your mind in the right frame of thinking is a good start. keeping your guard up doesn’t mean someone’s out to get you, but it also doesn’t mean they’re not. Just remember: you’re trying to survive the bad part of the event and make it through to the rebuilding and restructuring part of our lives.

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A.N.T.S. • The Engine of the Prepper

August 16, 2017 Cadit 0

OK; you may be thinking about a automobile or some other piece of machinery, but in reality I’m speaking of your mind. The old think tank, you hat support, noggin. If you’re never been in a situation to where you fear for you life or the lives of loved ones, then you don’t really know how you will react to it. Most freeze up and can’t function. Don’t be that guy or gal, tune your mind and train it to react to different situations and dangers. You don’t have to be in a life and death situation to train your mind to act in a controlled manner. You, your spouse and kids can help with this. Each can come up with a scenario and all think through it and come up with a plan that will keep everyone alive. There are card games that help with this called Conflicted. Survival scenarios that you, you family or team can review time and time again to train your mind in how to handle any type of scenario that may arise. This is good training for the mind.

At home or at your base camp, stay a step ahead of your foe, make track paths so you can tell if anyone’s is checking you out. Look for make shift hides, where they stayed to watch you and your camp to gather intel. Track paths also tell you of any activity of others passing through around you. So getting your mind in the right frame of thinking is a good start. keeping your guard up doesn’t mean someone’s out to get you, but it also doesn’t mean they’re not. Just remember: you’re trying to survive the bad part of the event and make it through to the rebuilding and restructuring part of our lives.

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A.N.T.S. • OK – Foot Care

August 16, 2017 Cadit 0

Guys and Gals: Its known in the military that if you don’t take care of your feet, you want go anywhere and can lead to death. I know there are or at least a few vets out there that remember and may have even had an issue on this subject. So; lets open up about this smelly subject and shed some light on it for those who may not know the real danger of not caring for your feet.

I was with the 18th airborne when I had a bad jump and injured my legs. It was night jump and everything that could go wrong did. two of my men had to pack me to the LZ for extraction. I thought my jump days were over. but to make a point; my team of sixteen men were out there for some intense jungle training and I the team leader was the first victim. My number two then took over and the guys came through it fine. My ankles and feet busted up and the Achilles tendons damaged. I wasn’t walking anywhere and within a very short time my feet had swollen to about twice their size. So my accident took three men out; me and the two men that carried me out.

So; if you’re down for any reason, then your team is too, or they leave your butt. OK: how about some tips here guys, educate some of our brother preppers in the need to keep them feet clean and in good shape for traveling .

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A.N.T.S. • OK – Foot Care

August 16, 2017 Cadit 0

Guys and Gals: Its known in the military that if you don’t take care of your feet, you want go anywhere and can lead to death. I know there are or at least a few vets out there that remember and may have even had an issue on this subject. So; lets open up about this smelly subject and shed some light on it for those who may not know the real danger of not caring for your feet.

I was with the 18th airborne when I had a bad jump and injured my legs. It was night jump and everything that could go wrong did. two of my men had to pack me to the LZ for extraction. I thought my jump days were over. but to make a point; my team of sixteen men were out there for some intense jungle training and I the team leader was the first victim. My number two then took over and the guys came through it fine. My ankles and feet busted up and the Achilles tendons damaged. I wasn’t walking anywhere and within a very short time my feet had swollen to about twice their size. So my accident took three men out; me and the two men that carried me out.

So; if you’re down for any reason, then your team is too, or they leave your butt. OK: how about some tips here guys, educate some of our brother preppers in the need to keep them feet clean and in good shape for traveling .

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A.N.T.S. • OK – Foot Care

August 16, 2017 Cadit 0

Guys and Gals: Its known in the military that if you don’t take care of your feet, you want go anywhere and can lead to death. I know there are or at least a few vets out there that remember and may have even had an issue on this subject. So; lets open up about this smelly subject and shed some light on it for those who may not know the real danger of not caring for your feet.

I was with the 18th airborne when I had a bad jump and injured my legs. It was night jump and everything that could go wrong did. two of my men had to pack me to the LZ for extraction. I thought my jump days were over. but to make a point; my team of sixteen men were out there for some intense jungle training and I the team leader was the first victim. My number two then took over and the guys came through it fine. My ankles and feet busted up and the Achilles tendons damaged. I wasn’t walking anywhere and within a very short time my feet had swollen to about twice their size. So my accident took three men out; me and the two men that carried me out.

So; if you’re down for any reason, then your team is too, or they leave your butt. OK: how about some tips here guys, educate some of our brother preppers in the need to keep them feet clean and in good shape for traveling .

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Wed Aug 16, 2017 5:23 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

August 15, 2017 Cadit 0

I agree with what Ajax is saying because; in Columbia SC, I read where they were picking up street people and taking them to one of the FEMA camps outside Columbia. Feeding them and giving them just about everything they asked for. But when asked when they could leave, they were given the option of receiving a chip or not. If you took the chip, you were promised that they then could go to any government shelter where they would scan your chip and room and board would be provided, they would be fed and get just about anything they wanted with the chip, but if you refused, you got nothing but a hard time. All but a handful took the chip.

So; its going on now just like all these other government exercises, preparing and getting you prepared for their move. It is coming; maybe not today, but it is coming. From what I’ve read, the chip will have your birth, Medical, Military, Job Class, Sex, Race, Citizenship, everything about you on this chip. Medical are using it now with Alzheimer’s patients to keep track of them, and their children are the ones doing it to them. No say so over it either.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Aug 15, 2017 7:49 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

August 15, 2017 Cadit 0

I agree with what Ajax is saying because; in Columbia SC, I read where they were picking up street people and taking them to one of the FEMA camps outside Columbia. Feeding them and giving them just about everything they asked for. But when asked when they could leave, they were given the option of receiving a chip or not. If you took the chip, you were promised that they then could go to any government shelter where they would scan your chip and room and board would be provided, they would be fed and get just about anything they wanted with the chip, but if you refused, you got nothing but a hard time. All but a handful took the chip.

So; its going on now just like all these other government exercises, preparing and getting you prepared for their move. It is coming; maybe not today, but it is coming. From what I’ve read, the chip will have your birth, Medical, Military, Job Class, Sex, Race, Citizenship, everything about you on this chip. Medical are using it now with Alzheimer’s patients to keep track of them, and their children are the ones doing it to them. No say so over it either.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Aug 15, 2017 7:49 am


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A.N.T.S. • MARS-Amateur Radio Interoperability Exercise

August 15, 2017 Cadit 0

MARS-Amateur Radio Interoperability Exercise to Test “Very Bad Day” Scenario

Greetings All: With the ending of this years AmRRON T-Rex 17 exercise, MARS will be conducting their own exercise beginning the 31st of October and ending on the 1st of November. This would be a good exercise for any Prepper Ham, here we can learn what to expect in a real event or as much as one can when dealing with the government. Remember; if they think you’re for them, then they want be thinking you’re against them. This may give you and me the advantage of a little time if something should go down, and if you are participating, you will know what’s headed yours or my way. The following is some information to help should you decide to participate. The more knowledge we have about them and the less they have about us is a win/win situation.

Contact MARS with questions about this exercise.
During an October 25 webinar, English will discuss the quarterly DOD contingency communication exercises, which promote interoperability between the Amateur Radio community and the DOD. He also will talk about initiatives for promoting the use of 60 meters between Amateur Radio and the federal government as well as the types of information MARS operators will be requesting from the Amateur Radio community during October 31-November 1 exercise.

Registration for the webinar, “Overview of Army and Air Force MARS,” remains open. Also during the webinar, US Air Force MARS Chief Dave Stapchuk, KD9DXM, will discuss the history of the Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) program and membership requirements for Amateur Radio operators. Webinar registrants will receive a confirming e-mail that contains information about joining the webinar.

Statistics: Posted by Cadit — Tue Aug 15, 2017 7:23 am