READY NETWORK WITH SGT. AL USMC: Ready Emergency List!

As we watch the socialist democrats get crazier and crazier, we need to be prepared. Over the next several days I will post various ideas to protect yourself and family. Subjects, water, food, and a list of the minimum you need to handle a disaster.

In the meantime, take a few moments to go to my Ready Network store and see that we can supply most of what you need to purchase that you might not already have in your home. Our prices, even at retail, beat all the competition. If you join my Ready Network team I can show you how to save even more, and steer you into creating your own side-income. Check out www.prepstore.com/battista

Ready Network can supply everything but guns, and on a very limited basis, we can refer you to a gunsmith with the legal steps to acquire weapons. However, I do not recommend buying guns unless you will take the time to learn how to use them properly!

 

1- 3 day supply of food: Ready Network dehydrated food; other non-perishable ideas are peanut butter; canned fish; dried fruit and nuts!
2-Whistle to signal your team or call for help. Compass for orientation!
3-Flashlight. If you use Ready Network Grab and Go pack all illumination is solar charged, but you may want to also keep a few batteries of various sizes!
4-Cell phone with solar charger
5-Solar powered radio!
6-First Aid kits! Poison extractors and medicines to be discussed more in depth later!
7-Water purifying systems!
8-As much bottled water as you can carry. You’ll need at least 1 gallon per person per day for drinking and cleanliness! Our Grab and Go pack contains 3 water purification systems!
9-Fire extinguishers!
10-Can openers!
11-Paper towels and toilet paper!
12-Moist towelettes, garbage bags, and plastic ties! A digging shovel for sanitation!
13-Sleeping bags and or blankets for everyone in your party!
14-3 changes of clothing and underwear! An extra pair of shoes and extra socks.
15-Feminine hygiene products!
16-Infant supplies!
17-Matches. Keep in waterproof containers. Strong wind lighters and matches are very useful!
18-Emergency tools such as hatchet, hammer, wrenches, pliers and light chains that will saw wood.
19-Respirators, dust mask, plastic sheeting and duct tape to filter contaminated air!
20-Soap, toothbrushes and toothpaste. Any item used for hygiene not listed that you need!
21-Copies of important documents such as insurance documents, deeds, ID’s, bank records, birth certificates and passports! Keep in waterproof, portable containers that you may find at our www.readynetwork.com/battista store! Local maps are also useful! Reference material about medicine, first aid, and survival hints such as found in our Ready Network grab an go pack!
22-Travelers checks may not be useful in every emergency! Carry cash, silver coins and gram size gold! Remember, an ounce of gold is too much for a tank of gas or a meal!
23-Household chlorine bleach. Do not use scented, color safe or bleach with additional cleaners! With a medicine dropper you can make disinfectant with 9 parts water and one part bleach. Chlorine can also help treat water for drinking with 16 to 20 drops per gallon of water!
24-Don’t forget fun things for children and your pets food and water. Pencil and paper are useful. Ink runs when wet so have plenty of pencils.
Most of these items are easily available at your local market. Many of the other items are contained in the Ready Network Grab and Go pack! Ready Network has a full array of survival and camping items from solar generators to food; heirloom seeds to silver and gold; nutritionally infused coffee to tools, water purification tools, virtually everything necessary to have an enjoyable camping trip or to survive the most horrific situations!
OUR NEXT BLOG WILL FEATURE MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE OR CAN MAKE!

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day!

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day!

“Yesterday, December 7, 1941 — a date which will live in infamy — the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.”

– President Franklin D. Roosevelt

There is a beautiful lagoon in the Hawaiian Islands that is named for the lustrous jewel that is formed when a piece of sand irritates a clam into coating it to protect itself. This harbor also houses the headquarters of the United States Pacific Fleet, and has been an important part of the American Naval placement in the Pacific Ocean since 1887. Little did anyone know at that time that an attack on this harbor would bring the entire might of the American Military into a war it was desperately seeking to avoid. Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honors the men and women who died in the Japanese attack on this beautiful harbor one December day in 1941.

History of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

The History of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is the history of the attack itself, an attack which took place on December 7th, 1941. The attack was devastating, killing over 2,400 citizens of the United States from the time it began at 7:48am Hawaiian time and ended just 90 minutes later, making the attack incredibly devastating. Multiple ships were lost during the attack, though things could have been much worse.

Intelligence gathered after the attack indicated that there was intended to be a third-wave of attacks to hit the island, complete with an invasion fleet intended to take the island and prevent it from being used as an American base of operation. The purpose behind this surprise attack? America was well positioned in the Pacific to interfere with Japanese fleet maneuvering, and it was hoped that by launching this assault they would cripple the US Pacific Presence and be able to control the ocean unhindered.

How to celebrate Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Celebrating Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is your opportunity to show your support for those veterans who are still alive from the Pearl Harbor bombing, and pay your respect to those who give themselves in service to our country and its security every day. All over the US there are ceremonies to honor these men and women along with the rest of the surviving WWII veteran’s, of which there were 855,070 in 2016. Servicemen all over the world deserve the respect of their countrymen, and the war affected us all, so even if you aren’t American, pay your respects to those who serve.

Nothing I can add —

Thanks for your Service! 

 

Yours in Patriotism,

 

Larry Leighton

Acting Adjutant, Chapter 691

Adjutant, Department of Arizona, Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) of the U.S.A., Inc.

Email: Adjutant.MOPHAZ@gmail.com

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day!

The mission of the Military Order of the Purple Heart is to foster an environment of goodwill and camaraderie among combat wounded veterans, promote patriotism, support necessary legislative initiatives, and most importantly, provide service to all veterans and their families.

 The Military Order of the Purple Heart is a not-for-profit organization under section 501 (c) (19) of the IRS code.  Donations are tax deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.

 The Purple Heart Combat Wounded Veterans of Arizona, an operating entity of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Department of Arizona is a not-for-profit public charity under section 501 (c) (3) of the IRS code. Donations are tax deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.

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