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The Survival Medicine Handbook

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Power Outage Kit

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Urban Survival Kit

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Immune Support Power Pack

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Camping Survival.com has the perfect survival kit and/or emergency kit for you! Settling on the right emergency survival kit can be a little confusing so if you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 1-800-537-1339.

Emergency Survival KitClick here for a good hurricane preparedness and supplies list / Go Bag survival kit from the NHC, National Hurricane Center.

Here's a good tip from Homeland Security regarding keeping a emergency survival kit:

"You should keep enough supplies in your home to meet the needs of you and your family for at least three days. Build an emergency supply kit to take with you in an evacuation. The basics to stock in your portable kit include: water, food, battery-powered radio and flashlight with extra batteries, first aid supplies, change of clothing, blanket or sleeping bag, wrench or pliers, whistle, dust mask, plastic sheeting and duct tape, trash bags, map, a manual can opener for canned food and special items for infants, elderly, the sick or people with disabilities. Keep these items in an easy to carry container such as a covered trash container, a large backpack, or a duffle bag."