The first step in your plan is to evaluate your situation. IF there is blood, bullets, fire or sever weather, you may need to take action first. Where are you? What do you know? What do you have on you? What's within your reach? What shelter is available? What injuries do you need to deal with?
Learn the basics: fire making, shelter building, bringing water TO a boil and 1st Aid. Remember: In an Emergency, YOU are Your Doctor.
The biggest Single Piece of Survival Gear - the most important item by far - is your Mind. Do you have the right attitude? Are you smart enough to take the time to immediately learn what-you-don't-know? There's hunting and gathering skills next. What are you waiting for? PS: Classes - a way to meet great, new people.
Take Time to Live for the Best in Life, BUT Prepare for the Worst!
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