Green Beret’s No-Nonsense Bug Out
“If you have a bag packed for emergencies, and you have a plan that includes contingencies, you and your family are vastly more prepared than the majority of people in the world.”
Film Runtime: 4 Hours and 30 Minutes (270 Minutes)
Joshua Enyart is a former Army Ranger and Green Beret turned Survival, Bushcraft, and Preparedness Instructor. He has taken his military training and experience and blended it with his experience in Wilderness Skills to develop a No-Nonsense system of Preparedness for himself and his family.
That system is being made available to you through this series so that you can take advantage of that experience for your own preparedness. This first film covers how to develop realistic plans including when to “bug in” vs. “bug out”, how to identify needs, and how to equip yourself with resources to provide for those needs like fire, shelter, water, food, and first aid.
You will also learn what resources you should include if you live in an urban environment or cold weather environment as well.
Not only are you going to get equipment recommendations that you should be stocking, but you will also get instruction on how to use the equipment in a practical manner. A bag of resources is of little importance without the knowledge and skill to use it.
You will learn how to lighten your load by developing a system of caches to stage along your routes including what to pack in them and how to hide them so they are less likely to be discovered by someone else.
Enhance your mobility by learning tried-and-true navigation techniques for rapid cross-country movement using techniques Joshua used during Special Forces Assessment and Selection and the Special Forces Qualification Course.
Learn how to safely procure water on the move and quickly make it safe to drink. Discover techniques for “stealth fires” and “stealth shelters” to reduce the chance of being seen by others.
As a special bonus for this film only, Joshua will show you what’s inside his tactical supplemental kits, and gives an in-depth discussion of his firearms and caliber choices for everything from close-range, mid-range, and long-range protection, as well as home defense.
Film topics include
- Definitions of Survival, Bushcraft, Preparedness
- Survival Priorities
- PACE Plans
- Bugging In vs. Bugging Out
- Baseline Bug Out Bag Packing List
- Urban Supplemental Kit
- Cold Weather Supplemental Kit
- Cache Containers
- Resupply Caches
- Replacement BOB Caches
- Emplacing, Servicing, Recovering Caches
- Navigational Aids
- Hasty Solar Navigation
- Securing Water Discreetly
- Dakota Fire Pit
- Natural and Opportunistic Shelters
- Knots and Poncho Shelters
- Medical Supplemental Kit
- Camouflage and Concealment Supplemental Kit
- Tactical Supplemental Kit
- Firearms Discussion
The next films in this series will continue to add layers to this system to help you and your family become more prepared. Look for topics like Preparing Your Home for Bugging In, Vehicle Preps, and Establishing Off-Grid Alternate Bug in Locations.