Homeland Security agents, retired Special Forces, police, EMTs, and firefighters all have a hand in the “Get Out of Dodge” content, and their expertise has helped make the Special Report a quintessential survival guide.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 26, 2012
In the perfect environment, an emergency disaster kit will never have to be used. Ideally, crisis and disaster would be completely avoided, and the world would be a peaceful, quiet place of harmony and joy.
Unfortunately, the latest AbsoluteRights.com article declared that as an unattainable dream. Realistically, millions of people across the planet live in constant danger of severe weather, international conflict, or societal breakdown.
AbsoluteRights.com saw the need for a full-fledged arsenal of survival skills and knowledge to be made available to those concerned about their preparedness. The only way to get through a crisis is to have worked diligently and thoughtfully on preparing for it, the article said. “Get Out of Dodge,” Absolute Rights’ Special Report, was created to fulfill that need.
The Special Report gives people the tried and true strategies for surviving an array of disaster situations, and was created using some high-profile resources. Highly trained medical specialists, Homeland Security agents, retired Special Forces, police, EMTs, and firefighters all have a hand in the “Get Out of Dodge” content, and their expertise has helped make the Special Report a quintessential survival guide.
Above all else, “Get Out of Dodge” explains the process involved in preparing an emergency disaster kit, or a “Get Out of Dodge Immediately and Efficiently” (G.O.O.D.I.E.) bag. It’s the most vital aspect of emergency preparedness there is.
Last year, problems were so bad in the United States that the federal government was compelled to step in and make a change in the country’s overall state of preparedness.
The challenges facing America were drastic enough to convince President Barack Obama to declare a National Preparedness Month in September of 2011. The Presidential Proclamation stated that “This year , natural disasters have tested our response ability across all levels of government. Our thoughts and prayers are with those whose lives have been impacted by recent storms, and we will continue to stand with them in their time of need. This September also marks the tenth anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, which unified our country both in our shared grief and in our determination to prevent future generations from experiencing similar devastation.”
It is up to the individual to do their part and be ready for anything. Once disaster strikes, it’s too late to do something about it. There could literally be seconds between the time a crisis hits and the time evacuation is required, meaning emergency preparedness is crucial to survival.
If the chances of disaster were in our favor, the President of the United States wouldn’t have declared a National Preparedness Month to “enhance our national security, resilience, and readiness.” But past events have proven the need for an emergency preparedness plan and emergency disaster kits, and those needs are fulfilled by the “Get Out of Dodge” Special Report.