Disaster strikes when we least expect it and communication is a resource we rely on for support and survival. Learn how to be prepared for any disaster, from local to international. This DVD will give you the tools to get you started in amateur radio.
The Survival Summit team produced a brand new DVD called Survival Communications in conjunction with preparedness expert and doctor, David Pruett. In this DVD you'll learn everything you need to know about getting started and on the air with radio communications;
What you will Learn:
Licensed and Unlicensed Communication Options
Why Scanners are So Important
What Legal Dangers You Need To Know About Your Non-Licensed Two-Way Radios
How to Develop Your Own Life Saving Comms Plan
Multiple Portable Power Options For Communications
How To Assemble A Grab & Go Comms Kit
HAM Radio Language And Etiquette
Tips On Getting Your HAM License & Getting On The Air
Your First Radio DIY Projects
Access To Free Custom Resource Guides To Get You Started!
Included on this DVD:
102 min runtime of content
HAM Radio Dictionary
Access to Online Streaming of DVD in 1080p
What is Your Grid-Down Communications Plan?
Communications is the most neglected area of preparedness. Our smart phones have become an integral aspect of our daily routine. Their portability and ease of use makes them seem the ideal solution during a disaster. Nothing could be further from the truth. Cellular networks are in reality fragile systems that simply can not be counted on during a disaster. These systems can be taken out of service by overloaded cell towers, natural disasters, significant weather events, power outages, forest fires, and terrorist attacks just to name a few at the top of a long list.
You need look no further than recent history to understand the importance of preparedness communications. During Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy communications failed because landline and wireless cellular phone service were knocked out of commission by power failures, hurricane force winds and massive widespread flooding. With no personal communications plan, residents were left without the ability to call for help or notify family and friends of their wellbeing. Most people also lacked the ability to keep phones and other devices charged and operational.
Bottom line, getting a radio and putting it on your preparedness shelf is inadequate and a sure recipe for failure in a time of need. To be truly useful as a preparedness communications tool you need to practice using your radio, have a communications plan, and practice the plan frequently. Start your personal preparedness communications plan today and purchase The Survival Summit Survival Communications DVD. Implement the simple communications plan reviewed in the DVD. Start assembling your communications kit and practice with family and friends on a regular basis. If this piques your interest than consider getting your HAM radio license and become a communications resource for your community.