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  1. AZXD

    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    I'm gonna turn this into my collection thread of stuff, so check back every so often.


    Another Find ... Hope you like it :mrgreen:
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Continued...........
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Almost to the end ;)
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Getting closer...............
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    What a tremendous resource to have in one place. Thanks for posting!
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Taters


     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Because someone asked about this in another thread as a potential way to make money, or have something to trade ... FWIW, my uncle grew some tobacco (years ago), and all I remember was it seemed very strong.
     
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    A blast from the past, that some of you might have missed.
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    One more blast.
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    I can think of no better reason to keep a good supply of flour (or grain, if you have a mill) than stuff like this.
    The egg is the only tricky part, but I guess powdered egg would work, if you don't have a fresh egg, or three;)
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoA9PEP9Pzs"]YouTube - How To Recharge Dead Batteries[/ame]
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Anther source - PDF - http://www.freepyroinfo.com/Pyrotechnic/Black_Powder/How_to_Make_Black_Powder.pdf
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Worth printing/memorizing/modifying to your own needs, IMO.
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    Re-found a website ... Enjoy, and download/print the PDF ... It might not be available, forever.

    Make your own Fuel

    http://www.e85info.eu/utmutato.pdf

    And realize that with small modifications, mentioned at the website listed, you can turn this process into something drinkable ... But I'll not be responsible if you go blind.

    Or .... http://www.homedistiller.org/ if you really want a beverage for TEOTWAWKI trading :wink:
    Look for the download link.
     
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    Great stuff AZXD!!! Thanks for your hard work in getting us information.

    Just couldn't keep from posting this too :)
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwofL_gF0Wk"]YouTube - How to make a tin foil hat[/ame]
     
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    very nice....you deserve a golden cookie for this
     
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    AZXD XDTalk 35K Member

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    Mostly, I'm just digging through a folder on my hard-drive, and attempting to locating the source, so credit can be given to the originator.

    Eventually I'll get around to sharing my thought, opinions, and designs.

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    TC 31-29/A Special Forces Caching Techniques

    U.S. ARMY SPECIAL FORCES

    CACHING TECHNIQUES

    U.S. ARMY
    JOHN F. KENNEDY
    SPECIAL WARFARE CENTER

    CACHING

    Caching is the process of hiding equipment or materials in a secure storage place with the view to future recovery for operational use. The ultimate success of caching may well depend upon attention to detail, that is, professional competence that may seem of minor importance to the untrained eye. Security factors, such as cover for the caching party, sterility of the items cached, and removal of even the slightest trace of the caching operations are vital. Highly important, too, are the technical factors that govern the preservation of the items in usable condition and the recording of data essential for recovery. Successful caching entails careful adherence to the basic principles of clandestine operations, as well as familiarity with the technicalities of caching.

    Section 1
    Caching Considerations
    Caching considerations that are vital to the success of the caching operation may be done in a variety of operational situations. For example, cached supplies can meet the emergency needs of personnel who may be barred from their normal supply sources by sudden developments or who may need travel documents and extra funds for quick escape. Caching can help solve the supply problems of long-term operations conducted far from a secure base.

    Caching also can provide for anticipated needs of wartime operations in areas likely to be overrun by the enemy.

    PLANNING FOR A CACHING OPERATION
    Caching involves selecting items to be cached, procuring those items, and selecting a cache site. Selection of the items to be cached requires a close estimate of what will be needed by particular units for particular operations. Procurement of the items usually presents no special problems.

    In fact, the relative ease of procurement before an emergency arises is one of the prime considerations in favour of caching. When selecting a cache site, planners should always ensure that the site is accessible not only for emplacement, but also for recovery. When planning a caching operation, the planner must consider seven basic factors.

    Continued - http://teotwawki.ws/Media/pdf/TC 31-29A Special Forces Caching Techniques.pdf
     
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    Thanks for these posts. There is so much info here that maybe it should be made in to a sticky for ease of finding it and giving everybody some time to read through it.
     

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