How Do I Treat Water for Emergency Storage?

Answer Water is a necessity for life and is often one of the first things to be lost during a flood, earthquake or other disaster. Homeland Security recommends storing at least three days worth of water f... Read More »

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If you have your IFAK available to treat an Airman suffering from a heat emergency Which item will you most likely utilize to treat the victim?

Ceralyte----------------IFAKs are used to treat trauma. Use your canteen and the water in it to treat a heat emergency.

Organic Storage Foods for an Emergency?

In the case of an emergency, you should be prepared to handle any potential problems, including loss of access to drinking water and electricity. If you cannot access grocery stores, you may be fac... Read More »

How do you treat a cold emergency victim?

Wrap him/her up in a blanket to keep him/her warm or give him/her some hot chocolate.

How to Get Emergency Drinking Water from a Water Heater?

A 30 gallon electric water heater.A typical home water heater can provide between 30 and 60 or more gallons of clean drinking water during a disaster. Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and other pow... Read More »