🔥 How to Survive World War 3: Guide and Information 🔥

How to Survive World War 3

With all the recent tensions rising between US and Middle East again, it’s time to revisit prepping for “Doomsday”.  Doomsday preppers are far and wide and for good reason; each day another conflict appears to arise around the globe.  And unfortunately, WW3 will most likely come at a nuclear cost.  So, what are some essentials you need to survive a potential WW3 and nuclear blast breakout?  We broke it down into 4 sections – how to prep for nuclear war, what you need in your survival kits, how to survive a nuclear blast, and what to do after a nuclear attack.

And remember to get your gear today BEFORE a blast occurs.  Better to be safe than sorry.

  PREPARE YOURSELF NOW  

“Doomsday Prepping”

A nuclear blast can and will be devastating.  The doom and gloom is why a lot of people don’t prepare for it.  However, in today’s climate, we have enough advancements in technology to start anew, should we ever come under attack.  But you must be prepared for worse.  Three things to look into TODAY:

  • Start preparing your emergency survival kit.  Now there are tons of stuff you can hoard for a bad day.  This may include non-parishable goods, water, battery powered radio, secluded energy source, flashlights, batteries, etc.  See our next section to get an in depth look at what you may need and where to buy them,
  • Locate a safe place to stay during the blast and to store your goods. Now this is going to be more difficult than the first one.  See if your community has designated fall-out shelters. Identify these and look into getting on a “list” to make sure you can go there in case of an attack.  This website has great insights into finding shelters near you https://www.skilledsurvival.com/fallout-shelters-near-me/.  If there are none, next best option are windowless structures and basements / cellars.
  • Create an Emergency Plan with your loved ones. Make sure everyone is aware of where each of you will be and where to meet up after a nuclear event.  Sometimes not knowing if your family is OK is worse than enduring the event yourself.  Strategize and figure out each person’s nearest shelter to their home, local grocery store, work, or school.  Keep the plan with your emergency supplies and update often (1 to 3 months).

  SHOP GAS MASKS NOW  

“WW3 Survival Kits, Survival Gear, and Emergency Kits”

Now you got your plan, let’s get you your supplies.  There are a lot of things you could get, and here is a general list.  Luckily, most of this stuff can be purchased online (and found on Amazon).  Attached are links to some of the goods on Amazon.  Links will open up in a new window on Amazon (affiliate links may apply, where we get a small commission if you click the link and purchase).

 

So that was a lot, right?  Maybe don’t try and buy everything at once so save this page for reference in the future! 

  DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT HAPPENS  

“Surviving a Nuclear Blast”

If its coming, its going to be quick and hectic.  Follow these steps if a nuclear attack is on its way:

  • Listen to official information via online, radio, or TV and follow all instructions provided by the emergency response personnel.  Grab your gas mask ASAP.
  • Locate the nearest building that will provide the best protection from nuclear fall-out and radioactive material – concrete or brick is ideal.
  • Get as far below ground as possible. The soil and concrete will separate you from radioactive waste the further you go.
  • Expect to stay inside anywhere between 24 hours up to a week. If you have your emergency radio, wait until authorities give the clear to come out.

  SHOP GAS MASKS NOW  

“Nuclear Fall-Out:  What to do afterwards?”

Unfortunately, with a nuclear bombing, the fall-out and halo effect of a bomb can be just as bad if not worse than the actual bombing itself.  Radioactive decay takes years to disappear.  So knowing what to do after an attack is vital to your survival and life after.

  • Grab your gas mask and put it on BEFORE leaving the shelter.
  • Do not go near “hazmat” sites.
  • Locate your family and friends at your pre-designated emergency meet up spot (if this was not directly in the bombs path).
  • Tune into local and national emergency news casts. Staying up-to-date on the fallout may keep you safe from getting radioactive materials.
  • Stay clean and destroy potentially contaminated clothing. Wash yourself heavily with soap and “clean” water.
  • Stay positive. Should we ever experience a devastating event such as a nuclear blast, we will all need to band together and lean on each other to make through each day going forward.

  SAVE YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS  

I have a saying – “Hope for the best and plan for the worse”.  In a best case scenario, none of us will have to use any of these steps.  However, its better to be prepared than not.  Again, I provided links where you can purchase different stuff and steps on how to find active fall-out shelters near you.  I will be updating this page as I can with as much vital information as possible.