It’s important to remember that even the best laid plans will go south when the world goes south. During a SHTF scenario, it’s a good idea to keep this in mind, and to also remember that having a few other people to “Watch Your Back” is probably the most important survival decision that you will ever make.
The Advantageous of A Small Group:
- Personal Security
- Family Security
- Camp Security
- Diversity of Ideas
- Diversity of Planning
- Foraging Teams
- Manpower For Camp Chores
- Communications Among Team Members
- Increased Alert-Notification of SHTF Events
- Cohesion of Mindset
- Cohesive Training Opportunities
- Increased Inter-Family Relationships
The Alaska Watchmen Group is a tight knot family of survivalist that have understood what we will be facing in the future. Each of us has come to trust each other based on the simple mantra; “We Got Your Back!”—and we mean it. That is something that many other groups wish that they had, but can’t seem to find.
For the lonewolf survivalist out there trying to live and survive in a post-apocalyptic world all by themselves, the danger factor is exponentially increased as each day goes by.
Imagine yourself trying to live in a world that just experienced the worst natural or man-made disaster in recorded history. All of the societal rules just went out the window, and it’s a “Dog-Eat-Dog” world out there. There is no law enforcement, fire department, or emergency service to come to your aid. The only thing that you have going for you, is that you are away from the big cities, and hopefully won’t be touched by whatever situation has forced you to Bug Out.
the problem arises then; that you will not be alone out there. There will be other people trying to survive along side of you; and they might not be to keen on the idea of sharing the area and its resources with you. This is definitely a situation that must be addressed with due haste; for to do otherwise—is to invite death.
The hardest part about fining likeminded people is knowing where to look, and what to look out for. The second most difficult job is actually getting off the couch and making it happen.
Starting a group is made easy with the tools that I have put together over the last year. Click onto the link above, and start networking with other people. If there are no people in your area; then be the first to start your own group. Don’t be afraid to take the plunge, your life may depend on it—and the lives of your family members.