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Millions of Americans—perhaps the majority of the population—would die if the electrical grid went down for a significant period of time. And while this disturbing fact is well-known to Congress, it is also well-known to America’s enemies. Little has been done to mitigate the threat. Iran, North Korea, terrorist groups, and others move forward in their capabilities to atta Millions of Americans—perhaps the majority of the population—would die if the electrical grid went down for a significant period of time. And while this disturbing fact is well-known to Congress, it is also well-known to America’s enemies. Little has been done to mitigate the threat. Iran, North Korea, terrorist groups, and others move forward in their capabilities to attack the power grid, and the United States today remains extremely vulnerable. Some individual Americans, known as preppers, have taken steps to prepare their families for such a disaster, but the real key to survival lies in small communities having a civil defense plan. A prepared community has a better chance of survival than a prepared individual. This book is about taking prepping to the next level, so that your town can be ready for any disaster, large or small. It is possible for a town to survive if the grid goes down long term. But only if a few of its citizens act now. This book is different from other books on prepping and emergency preparedness. Rather than focusing on individual survival, this book takes you through the steps to create a nonprofit civil defense organization which can help prepare your town for a worst-case national disaster. And in being prepared for a worst-case scenario, you and your town can be prepared for anything from a minor power outage to a hurricane to an electromagnetic pulse attack taking out the entire power grid.


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Millions of Americans—perhaps the majority of the population—would die if the electrical grid went down for a significant period of time. And while this disturbing fact is well-known to Congress, it is also well-known to America’s enemies. Little has been done to mitigate the threat. Iran, North Korea, terrorist groups, and others move forward in their capabilities to atta Millions of Americans—perhaps the majority of the population—would die if the electrical grid went down for a significant period of time. And while this disturbing fact is well-known to Congress, it is also well-known to America’s enemies. Little has been done to mitigate the threat. Iran, North Korea, terrorist groups, and others move forward in their capabilities to attack the power grid, and the United States today remains extremely vulnerable. Some individual Americans, known as preppers, have taken steps to prepare their families for such a disaster, but the real key to survival lies in small communities having a civil defense plan. A prepared community has a better chance of survival than a prepared individual. This book is about taking prepping to the next level, so that your town can be ready for any disaster, large or small. It is possible for a town to survive if the grid goes down long term. But only if a few of its citizens act now. This book is different from other books on prepping and emergency preparedness. Rather than focusing on individual survival, this book takes you through the steps to create a nonprofit civil defense organization which can help prepare your town for a worst-case national disaster. And in being prepared for a worst-case scenario, you and your town can be prepared for anything from a minor power outage to a hurricane to an electromagnetic pulse attack taking out the entire power grid.

27 review for Prepping for a Suburban or Rural Community: Building a Civil Defense Plan for a Long-Term Catastrophe

  1. 5 out of 5

    Josh Haney

    Prepping For A Suburban Or Rural Community Building A Civil Defense Plan For A Long-Term Catastrophe Michael Mabee www.civildefensebook.com Review by: Josh Haney It wasn't too very long ago that civil defense was still taught to all citizens of the United States. I remember having duck and cover drills in elementary school, first aid training in middle school, and other assorted bits that come from growing up in a military family. Those were my first real tastes of community level preparedness, and I Prepping For A Suburban Or Rural Community Building A Civil Defense Plan For A Long-Term Catastrophe Michael Mabee www.civildefensebook.com Review by: Josh Haney It wasn't too very long ago that civil defense was still taught to all citizens of the United States. I remember having duck and cover drills in elementary school, first aid training in middle school, and other assorted bits that come from growing up in a military family. Those were my first real tastes of community level preparedness, and I look back on them fondly, as they made me into a much better man. Of course these days, this is virtually unheard of. We have gone from a society with at least a modicum of basic training to a bunch of sheep awaiting the Federal shepherd to show up and make everything okay again. But what happens if the ones who are supposed to be watching the flock fall asleep at their post? Michael Mabee takes on just such a likelihood in his amazing new book Prepping For A Suburban Or Rural Community. Mabee, who has spent his life working as a soldier, EMT, paramedic, and police officer, dives right in, with a short recollection of his adventures during the Nor-easter of 2011. From there, he makes a well thought out and exhaustively researched argument for prepping as a community as opposed to lone wolves. Unlike so many other books that have come out in recent years, this is not a book about holing up with bullets, beans, and bottled water. Instead, the author proposes an approach that mimics the classic definition of Civil Defense, giving you a step by step guide on how to create a an organization that can and will outlast a major grid-down scenario. I must admit that I am quite impressed with the sheer amount of thought that went into this book. The chapters on planning, logistics, and operations are informative enough to fill most of the books on the market, but add to that sections on starting your own civil defense group, training a security force, and individual and family prepping, and you have what is easily one of the best books on the subject I have ever read. This book is a must read, not just for every prepared individual, but every citizen who may one day be called to help their fellow men and women.

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