TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR SURVIVAL
Andrew, Katrina, Sandy - these recent super-storms were seriously major disasters. Climate science and recent weather statistics tell us that we are certainly in store for more extreme weather events in our near future.
Surviving a natural disaster requires either luck or good planning...so how lucky do you feel? Even with warnings, if you don't take the right steps and preparation you too can become a victim.
YOU CAN SURVIVE AMERICA'S DEADLY CHANGING WEATHER
Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Tornados, Fires, Floods are all disasters that you may need to take into account if you want to be prepared to survive. This book covers most major disaster types and includes crucial info on how to stay safe if you decide to evacuate OR if you stay and shelter-in-place. It may be days or weeks before supplies, safe drinking water, or medical assistance arrives on scene, so we've also includes a section on prolonged survival, which will help keep you alive after the natural disaster has done its damage. Many people die following natural disasters, from one mishap or another, but you can learn to stay safe.
Topics covered include:
Preparing your Home
Food, Nutrition & Vitamins
About the Author
Gary L. Benton has previously authored over a dozen of books both fiction, non-fiction and Southern Humor. Master Sergeant Benton retired from the military in 1997 with over twenty-six years of active duty. He is a graduate of a number of U.S. Air Force Survival Schools, including Arctic, Water (Sea and Ocean), Desert, Mountain, and Jungle survival schools. Mr. Benton holds an Associate’s Degree in Search and Rescue, Survival Operations, a Bachelors Degree in Occupational Safety and Health, and a Masters Degree in Psychology completed except for his thesis.
"Impending Disasters is an interesting book, because it offers survival steps for many different disasters. And with info on what to do both before, during and importantly, after an event. This book could save your life!"
SFC (Ret.) "Army Ranger Rick" Tscherne
Author of the Ranger Digest Series
“I consider myself very lucky to have had Gary Benton as my egress/ejection and survival instructor when I was in the United States Air Force in the mid 1970’s. I personally know of at least four people who survived to fly another day due to his training. The sign of a true survival professional is one who keeps you alive and this man does it! Gary is no armchair survival expert, but a real hands on individual and this guide can make a serious difference in a life and death situation.”
Mark E. Zlotkowski
Major, USAF, Retired