Monday, November 21, 2011

Security pro Training suit

Our simulation and training suit

has been in production since 1995. Over the years it has protected many officers from injury while training. We are now reintroducing this new, more flexible version for 2011.

This suit is capable of protecting you from many types of training rounds. Other training suits take fractions of an hour to dress. Our suit goes on in seconds so you can train rather than spend time suiting up. The suit comes standard with a neck guard and carry bag. The helmet and gloves are optional.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Stay Safe and Stress-Free This Thanksgiving

SecurityProUSA Monthly Digest

Security Pro Monthly Digest

Welcome to November, folks! Halloween is gone, now we are sailing into Thanksgiving. And for some of us the last fall month comes with a hefty bit of traveling and house parties. Do you know what it takes to stay safe during the holidays, keep your home secure, your parties sound, and your travel and shopping stress-free?
In this issue of Security Pro USA Monthly Digest our experts highlight major security threats and advise for overcoming them.

Travel Safety
Thanksgiving is undoubtedly the busiest travel time of the year, and regardless what means of transportation you choose, there are a few helpful tips to take advantage of.

If you are flying out:
airport terminal image

  • Avoid flying the day before and on the Sunday right after Thanksgiving. The best days are Monday and Friday of the Thanksgiving week.
  • Travel light to avoid the extra luggage fees (we all know airlines have no shame left when it comes to nickel and dime'ing you), but don't forget that the overhead compartment gets awfully full(especially if you are in Zone 4 boarding and see the plane fill up before you get a chance to step on board). Try to pick a bag that would fit, if worse comes to worst, under the seat in front of you.
  • Give yourself plenty of time to arrive at the airport, there will be tons of similar fellow travelers trying to check in or go through security.
  • The new full body scanner security systems are used nowadays in more than 70 US airports, and if you are concerned about your personal privacy or health due to the radiation produced by the scan you can always opt for an old-fashioned pat-down, which might take longer.
  • Flying first thing in the morning is cheaper as well as flying from smaller local airports.
  • The week after Thanksgiving is a dead week for travel, so if you did not make it during the high-price airfare craze it could be a good idea to visit the loved ones "when all calmed down". Less stress, more savings.
  • Keep all the documents required for travel at all times on you and in one place. Getting a special travel wallet might be a good idea - the one that holds your ID, your passport, and your boarding passes. Print your boarding passes at home, if you can. Most airlines open their online check-in as early as 24 hours prior to the flight. Take advantage of it!
  • Check out this helpful TSA link to see which items are allowed and which are not to be carried on board, which must be packed in your cheked-in luggage, and which to be best left home!
  • And finally - this one is obvious but it is a good idea to repeat it nevertheless: make sure that your name matches the one on your ticket or boarding pass. With airport security measures being more strict as ever, a single letter discrepancy can cost you a lot of nerves and time wasted in setting the record straight.
If you are driving:

If the airfare is an absolute deal breaker this season (with high fuel cost and fewer flights this year airline companies are charging an arm and a leg for even once affordable destinations), and you opt for driving to your Thanksgiving dinner destination, keep in mind that millions of other fellow travelers will hit the road in turkey frenzy this time of year. In order to minimize hazards and delays, follow the following useful guidelines: highway traffic image
  • Try to avoid the highways on the Wednesday before the Turkey Day and the following Sunday.
  • Plan your road trip ahead of time and have a GPS as a back up in case you have to change your route due to emergency or other unforeseen circumstances. A smart phone and an old-school map can be another set of your little helpers in devising a Plan B.
  • Don't forget the exact change for the tolls and fill up your tank before you venture out. It's a good idea to never let your tank go more than half empty at all times.
  • Make sure to stop every couple of hours for a coffee break and a stretch. You might think you are not tired, but fatigue usually springs on you from the left field when least expected, fast and furious.
  • This one is obvious but nevertheless we somehow all fail to abide by this rule: don't text and drive. If you absolutely must make a call while driving, use a hands-free device.
  • And finally - maintain a safe distance between you and the car in front, and don't succumb to road rage. After all, most of the fellow drivers are also just trying to get home safe to enjoy a nice dinner in the company of the loved ones.
If driving is not an option, check out cross country buses and train systems but be prepared to show your ID on the train along with the boarding ticket.

Home Safety
One of the times your home is most vulnerable is when it is left empty for an extended period of time, such as during your Thanksgiving getaway trip. Darkened windows, a stack of newspapers in the overflowing mailbox, and dying plants on the balcony or patio all advertise your absence to a potential burglar. In contrast, turning on lights, radios or TV's and opening and closing curtains will give your apartment the appearance that someone is home.
cottage house
  • The best protection for your apartment during your absence is to have a house sitter. A friend or a neighbor you trust staying at your house can take care of your pets and/or plants, pick up any packages delivered to your porch while you are gone, in addition to making sure the house looks inhabited. You can repay the favor by doing the same for them.
  • Warn the neighbor who has your key not to put your last name, address or even your house number on your keys in case they fall into the wrong hands.
  • Make sure whoever is checking your apartment while you are away knows how to work your alarm system and who to call in case of a problem.
  • If you don't have anybody to house sit or check your apartment while you are away, you should think of keeping not only light but a TV or radio on a timer.
  • If you rent, don't forget to check your lease. Many landlords require that you notify them if your apartment is going to be left empty for any period of time (this is so they can enter in case of emergency even if they can't reach you).
  • It is a generally good idea to fit mortise locks or bolts to all outside doors, and locks to all downstairs or easily accessible windows.
  • Cut the lawn before you go and trim back any plants that burglars could hide behind.
  • If you leave keys with a neighbor, don't label them with your address. Don't leave valuables, such as TV, stereo or video system where people can see them through the windows.
  • Mark any valuable items with your postcode and house number using an invisible pen that you can get from DIY shops. If your property is stolen, this will help the police to identify it if it is found, which might not only allow them to return it to you but could also provide them with better evidence to convict those responsible.
  • Make sure that you have up-to-date contents insurance.
  • Lock the garage and shed with proper security locks, after putting all your tools safely away so they cannot be used to break into your house. If you have to leave a ladder out, put it on its side and lock it to a secure fixture with a 'close shackle' padlock or heavy-duty chain.
  • Finally, lock all outside doors and windows. If you have a burglar alarm, make sure it is set and that you have told the police who has the key.
  • And just before you set off, it's worth spending a couple of minutes checking that you have done all you had to do and taken everything that you need with you.
  • And the last but not the least - is there a Neighborhood Watch scheme where you live? Your local police will tell you if there is a scheme in your area or help you set up one of your own. It could help you keep your home secure while you are away, and has many other crime prevention and community benefits.
  • And finally - have a good and most importantly - safe trip!

Party Safety
We all enjoy hosting or going to a social event, and Thanksgiving is not an exception for those. Whether you are in a family circle enjoying the company of your loved ones, or at a party with a couple of your friends surrounded by unknown people, always place personal safety as the top priority. Remember: drugs and alcohol can affect your ability to make decisions. It is easy to forget oneself in the merry atmosphere of a party, but keep in mind a few important things:
food banquet
  • Always get your own drink or watch it being poured and never leave it unattended.
  • Drugs used to spike drinks, such as Rohypol, ecstasy, or GHB/GLB are usually colorless, odorless and tasteless and are powerful behavior and lead to disorientation and false intoxication.
  • Dispose of your drink if you think it tastes odd (if you just leave it, someone else may drink it).
  • Watch out for your friends and be aware of their behavior. Make sure they are safe.
  • It is a good idea to establish a signal system to let your friends know if something is going wrong.
  • It is also a good idea to set the limit to alcohol consumption and stick with it.
  • Encourage people who are drunk to drink water or eat something. Keep an eye on them, if you can.
  • If you are going home with someone different, let someone know. Introduce them so your friends.
  • If you are hosting a party know whom you have invited and plan what you will do if there are gatecrashers.
  • Provide food and non-alcoholic drink spacers like water, soft drinks, or juice.
  • Keep a look out for your guests. Make sure they are safe and having a good time.
  • Offer to organize taxis for your guests if they need one. Take a note of the taxi company you have called.
  • Create a safe atmosphere and don't be afraid to call the police if you know someone is harassing or intimidating someone else. Trust your instincts. Stay safe yourself and ask for help if you need it.
  • And here is one more: please don't drink and drive.
Have a merry and safe party experience!

Shopping Safety
The holiday season is not only a time when we celebrate and have fun, it is also a time when petty criminals are on the lookout for the next vulnerable victim to fall prey to their schemes. Various con-artists will try various methods to distract you and take possession of your money or belongings. With The Black Friday following in the footsteps of Thanksgiving get-togethers, it is important to think about a few simple but effective preventive measures to help keep your holiday season merry and loss-free.
escalator in a mall
  • Always dress casually and comfortably.
  • Avoid wearing flashy expensive jewelry.
  • Do not carry large amounts of cash with you.
  • If you do carry cash, place it in the front pocket.
  • Never leave your bag unattended and always make sure its closing mechanism, such as zipper, is securely fastened at all times.
  • If you do not have a record of all your credit or debit cards at home, make it now and store it in a secure place. Make sure you include the telephone numbers of the card issuers, so that you could call them immediately in case your credit or debit cards are stolen.
  • Avoid hauling a million of packages on you, it is extremely important to have clear visibility and motion freedom to avoid accidents and mishaps.
  • If you have to shop late at night, always bring a friend or a family member with you.
  • Always have your keys ready when you walk to your car in the parking lot and avoid dark, poorly lit spots.
If you shop online, it is wise to always keep the following in mind:
keyboard of a laptop
  • There are different levels of security available online and it is in your best interests to be aware of them. Limit your shopping spree to secure sites. Always look for a small lock icon in the lower right corner of the screen.
  • When your financial information is being processed, check to see that the page address (URL) starts with HTTPS:// which stands for "Secure Protocol" and ensures that you are using an encrypted communication path. This way you will know that your personal information you are transmitting to the seller is safe.
  • Always do all your online shopping at home. And we are not just talking about your personal comfort here - public computers are in no way secure because they can store your personal information in small files called "Cookies" that can become available to the next person using the machine. Avoid shopping on your personal laptop while you are connected to a public free wireless service in the local coffee shop. Your personal information may be compromised, as you are sharing the same channel with possibly thousands of other people.
  • Choose credit card over debit at the checkout. Credit cards offer protection from identity theft while debit cards do not.
  • Consider getting a disposable credit card. It works much like a gift card: you add a certain amount to it and replenish it or get another one of those after it is all gone. Disposable cards are anonymous, thus your identity is not compromised in case the number of the card is stolen.
  • This one is obvious but we are never tired of repeating it: never, never disclose your social security information to any online vendor, unless you are applying for financing or a store credit card. Also if you are just ordering a product online, keep your birthday date unknown to the seller - such information is one of the few pieces of the puzzle a scammer needs to put together in order to compromise your identity.
  • Make sure you know your online vendor's physical address. This way you will avoid a major headache in case you need to return the purchase.
  • Always check the refund, return, exchange, and shipping policy. Do not skip the fine print. You don't need unpleasant surprises along the road.
  • Read carefully seller's privacy policy. Make sure your personal information is not shared with "third parties".
Now, when all is said and done, relax and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Monday, October 3, 2011

Bullet Proof Vests

Bullet Proof Vests - your ultimate source, 

From concealed  bullet proof vests ,tactical and police bulletproof products to military bullet proof vests. SecurityProUSA is an online specialist in the bullet proofing business .
Civilians in most states are allowed to buy bullet Proof vests for their own safety , from tax drivers to night shift workers , business executive and high risk travelers.
At Security Pro USA we will tailor the best solution to your safety needs.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 médica a los visitantes que tengan cuidado dental Argentina, el Dr. Telo y telo Marisol están ofreciendo servicios dentales sub par. que estábamos allí para una experiencia horrible y la publicación de esta información para evitar dolor y dinero para cualquier turista potencial que puede caer en la trampa dental. envíenos un correo electrónico y le enviaremos información acerca de nuestra experiencia personal con el Dr. Telo. Sus sitios web:,


  Envíame un correo electrónico si quieres ahorrar dinero y problemas . medical dental visitors to Argentina beware   medical dental visitors to Argentina beware , Dr Telo and Marisol telo  are offering sub par dental services . we were there for a horrible experience and posting this info to save pain and money to any potential tourist that may fall in the dental trap .  send us an e mail and we will send you  info about our personal experience with dr Telo.  His web sites:,  

 Send me an e mail  if you want to save money and trouble..

Sunday, August 28, 2011

100% Cotton Washed Canvas Backpack Black - Military Clothing

100% Cotton Washed Canvas Backpack Black - Military Clothing

Durable Canvas Handbag with Genuine Leather Handles Leisure Handbag 2460 - Military Clothing

Durable Canvas Handbag with Genuine Leather Handles Leisure Handbag 2460 - Military Clothing

OC Fox Dual CCT Backpack

OC Fox Dual CCT Backpack

Less Lethal Defender II Long Gun

Less Lethal Defender II Long Gun

Enforcer Training Suit

Enforcer Training Suit

Less Lethal Defender I Revolver

Less Lethal Defender I Revolver

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Police gear supply Los angeles

Police gear supply Los Angeles ,

Securityprousa.com is a Police gear supply  retail store available for civilians and government customers.
Located at 10530 Venice Culver City California the store offers specialty police ,military , spy and survival products .
Buyer will need to set up an appointment by sending an e mail to

Thursday, July 21, 2011

SecproUSA offers Private investigation services in Los angeles California

SecproUSA offers Private investigation services in Los angeles California.Cheating Spouses, Cheating Spouse Asset Investigations,

SecurityProUSA has been in business since 1986 providing private investigators, private detective services and security consultations and security solutions for investigations, and corporate and personal protection services.

Our services include the use of discreet hardware such as video monitoring systems, alarms, access control, and fire detection. We excel in the use of highly trained security consultants, armed guards, private investigations, graphology, polygraph testing and personal protection products are also available.

SecurityPro is a state-of-the-art protection services agency designed to maintain high security coverage in any given situation. The company built a national network of security guards, bodyguards, and private investigators that are up to the highest professional standards and are ready for any security challenge.

From Government projects to commercial and residential security projects, we deploy the most effective tools and methods being used today.
SecurityPro combines conventional and unconventional methods of addressing your security problems and investigative needs to arrive at optimal results.

Our specialties are:

Backround checks 

Corporate investigation

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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Explosive detector Quantum Sniffer™ QS-H150 Portable Explosives Detector

Explosive detector Quantum Sniffer™ QS-H150 Portable Explosives Detector
The  Quantum Sniffer seems to pass all our customers testing for quality and response time.
Along with solid construction and latest technology this  Explosive detector excel in performance .

see more details at :
 For detection, the sample is collected by the vortex, ionized photonically, and analyzed via ion mobility spectrometry (IMS). The presence of a threat is indicated by a visible and audible alarm, and the substance is identified and displayed on the integrated LCD screen. Optionally, and at any time, a monitor and keyboard may be connected for convenient access to spectrogram display and analysis tools, administrative tools, and diagnostics.

When detecting a threat substance, the QS-H150 rapidly alarms. This real-time detection limits equipment contamination and allows for ultra-fast clear-down.


Photonic (non-radioactive) ionization

Patented non-contact vortex collector sample acquisition

Automatic continuous self-calibration

No calibration or verification traps

Simultaneous vapor and particulate detection

Threat and taggant identification


Lower total costs of ownership

Very low false positive rate

Full range of detectable substances

User-expandable threat library

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Minimal maintenance requirements

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Fire Starter ideal for survival and camping

New product from Military gear sales a division  of Security pro USA:
After testing several Swedish flint  and steel fire starter we have selected the best and easy to use model that also have compass and a whistle ... prefect and small enough to carry , please see link :

Sunday, May 15, 2011

DR GUSTAVO A TELO DDS WARNING ! - do not use Dentist Gustavo Telo at

Gustavo A. Telo, DDS, and Marisol Telo, DDS, are the worst Buenos Aires cosmetic dentists who comprise the dental team of Dental Argentina.

Dr. Gustavo Telo specializes in taking un suspected international tourists and performing dental implants without real experience causing irreversible damages just for making money!

Together with his two sisters , they have created a full-service dental practice where patients get bad dental work.

Both, Dr. Gustavo Telo and Dr. Marisol Telo are members of the American Dental Association ,when we have contact ADA we found out that any dentist can be a member

and complaints cannot be addressed .

Dr. Gustavo Telo has completed advanced cosmetic dentistry training in Buenos Aires and New York.

but remain a mediocre dentist , and did not take responsibility for the damages he have done to us.

Dental Argentina has been featured in magazines such as the Vancouver Sun and Time Out Buenos Aires as one of the cosmetic dentistry facilities in demand among both national and international patients and we will make sure they are fully aware of this horrific dentist that could not care less for his patients only for his pocket book.

5 reasons NOT  to visit Dental Argentina:

1. save money and get a top quality treatment in a short time


2. high-tech dental office and equipment


3. Friendly and caring doctors and staff


4. Central and safe location


5. you will love and enjoy your new smile


If you happen to be in Buenos Aires for dental treatment...WARNING ! - do not use Dentist Gustavo Telo


Since Secpro team travel the world to attend trade shows we happened to need some medical services once in a while.

To make a story short I was in Buenos Aires in January 2011 and had the bad luck to be at the greedy hand of dentist Gustavo Telo and sisters Marisol Telo, Melina Telo ( web tel 54-11 4828 0821 free from USA 1 888 784 9319        1 888 784 9319 ) a family dentist operation.

My wife and  I have  decided to do some dental work while we attend some business .

After 3 weeks of going there for 9 appointments coming back to the USA we had to much dental pain, thus we went to a US dentist to evaluate the situation .

Bottom line we made a big error going with " Dr" Gustavo Tellos he made implants and crown that need to be removed with a total cost of $10,000..

So this post may be a life savior and warning to any one that research DR Telos online,
We are willing to give information to anyone that would like advice or verify the above story.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

If you happen to be in Buenos Aires for dental treatment...WARNING ! - do not use Dentist Gustavo Telo

Since Secpro team travel the world to attend trade shows we happened to need some medical services once in a while.

To make a story short I was in Buenos Aires in January 2011 and had the bad luck to be at the greedy hand of dentist Gustavo Telo and sisters Marisol Telo, Melina Telo (  web  tel 54-11 4828 0821 free from USA 1 888 784 9319 ) a family dentist operation.
Me and my wife decided to do some dental work while we attend some business .

After 3 weeks of going there for 9 appointments coming back to the USA we had to much dental pain, thus we went to a US dentist to evaluate the situation .

Bottom line we made a big error going with " Dr" Gustavo Tellos he made implants and crown that need to be removed with a total cost of $10,000..

So this post may be a life savior and warning to any one that research DR Telos online,

We are willing to give information to anyone that would like advice or verify the above story.

G Evan

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Security Pro USA announcing new Military Products web site

Security Pro USA announcing new Military Products web site ,   will focus only on available products for immidiate delivery

will be offering specialty military gear on Yahoo stores, Amazon stores and international e commerce channels . Product focus will be field survival and  new weapons

Tuesday, March 15, 2011


WHAT TO DO IF A NUCLEAR DISASTER IS IMMINENT! Surviving a nuclear Disaster :Defense from radio active fallout


This guide is for families preparing for imminent terrorist or strategic nuclear attacks with expected severe destruction followed by widespread radioactive fallout downwind.

IF ONLY A 'Dirty Bomb' Attack (Not the vastly more devastating nuclear weapon blasts with fallout discussed below.) - You can expect localized and downwind contamination from the explosion and dispersed radioactive materials.

If you are near enough to see or hear any local bomb blast, assume that it includes radiological or chemical agents. You should move away from the blast area as quickly as possible.

If the wind is blowing toward you from the direction of the blast, travel in a direction that keeps the wind to your left or right as you move away from the blast area.

If possible cover your face with a dust mask or cloth to avoid inhaling potentially radioactive dust. Upon reaching a safe location, remove your outer clothing outside and shower as soon as possible. Refer to local news sources for additional instructions about sheltering or evacuation. The government is better prepared to direct and assist the public in a 'dirty bomb' incident, unlike an actual nuclear weapon attack discussed below.

In a national crisis of imminent nuclear weapon attacks, read all the way through this guide first,


#1 - STAY OR GO?

You must decide FIRST if you need to prepare where you are, or attempt evacuation.

The nature of the threat, your prior preparations, and your confidence in your sources of information should direct your decision. If you know already you will be preparing to stay at your own home or, at least, the immediate local area, go now to #2 below.

If you are considering evacuation, your decision requires a very high confidence that it is worth the risk. You do not want to get stuck between your current location and your hoped for destination, as there will probably be no easy getting back.

If you fail to get to your destination, you may be exposed without shelter, in a dangerous situation with little effective law enforcement, perhaps among panicked hordes of refugees.

Whatever supplies you have may be limited then to what you can carry on foot. IF you are in a big city or near a military target, AND you have relatives or friends in the country that you know are awaiting you, AND the roads between you and them are clear, AND the authorities are not yet restricting traffic, AND you have the means and fuel, evacuation may be a viable option for a limited time.

DO NOT attempt evacuation if all of the above is not clearly known, or if the situation is deteriorating too quickly to make the complete trip.

You do not want to get stuck and/or become a refugee being herded along with panicked masses. If evacuation is truly a viable option, do not wait - GO NOW!

Do so with as many of the supplies listed on the last page as possible.

Better to be two days too early in arriving than two hours too late and getting snagged mid-way, potentially exposing your family to a worse fate than having stayed where you were.

Because of the very real danger of getting caught in an evacuation stampede that stalls, almost all families will be better off making the best of it wherever they currently are.


Because time is of the essence, you need to first delegate and assign to different adult family members specific tasks so they can all be accomplished at the same time. Your first priorities to assure your family survival are Shelter, Water, and Food/Supplies.

While some are working on the water storage and shelter at home, others need to be acquiring, as much as possible, the food and supplies.


Because much of the food and supplies listed on the last page of this guide may quickly become unavailable, quantities restricted, and/or the streets and stores may become un-safe soon, you need to assign someone NOW to immediately go to the stores with that list! Get cash from the bank and ATM's first, but try and use credit cards at the stores, if at all possible, to preserve your cash.

#4 - WATER

With one or more adults now heading to the stores with the list on the last page, those remaining need to begin storing water IMMEDIATELY!

Lack of clean water will devastate your family much more quickly and more severely than any lack of food. Without water for both drinking and continued good sanitary practices in food preparation and for bathroom excursions (which will inevitably be much less sanitary than normal), debilitating sickness could rampage through your household with little hope of prompt medical attention.

That is a highly likely but, avoidable, disaster, ONLY IF you have enough water.

Every possible container needs to be filled with water RIGHT NOW! It will be very hard to have stored too much water.

When the electricity/pumps go down or everybody in your community is doing the same thing, thus dropping the water pressure, that's it, what you've got is all you might be getting for a very long time.

Empty pop bottles (1-3 liter) are ideal for water storage, also filling up the bathtub and washing machine. (Remember, later you'll have some in your hot water tank.)

If you have any kiddie pools or old water beds, pull them out and fill them up, too. (Water from a water bed should be used only for bathing or cleaning, not for drinking as it may contain traces of algicide and/or fungicides.) Anything and everything that'll hold water needs to be filled up quickly RIGHT NOW!!

One of the shopping items listed on the last page is new garbage cans and liner bags which you'll also use for storing water.

If you can't get any more new cans, you could clean out an existing garbage can and scrub it throughout with bleach, then put in a new garbage bag liner and fill it with water. (Use two liners if they are very thin/flimsy.) Choose well where you fill up garbage cans with water because they won't easily be moved once full and many of them together could be too heavy for some upper floor locations.

Ideally, they need to be very near where your shelter will be constructed and can actually add to its shielding properties, as you'll see below. BE ASSURED, YOU CANNOT STORE AND HAVE TOO MUCH WATER! Do not hesitate, fill up every possible container, RIGHT NOW!


The principles of radiation protection are simple - with many options and resources families can use to prepare or improvise a very effective shelter. You must throw off the self-defeating myths of nuclear un-survivability that may needlessly seal the fate of less informed families.

Radioactive fallout is the particulate matter (dust) produced by a nuclear explosion and carried high up into the air by the mushroom cloud. It drifts on the wind and most of it settles back to earth downwind of the explosion.

The heaviest, most dangerous, and most noticeable fallout, will 'fall out' first close to ground zero. It may begin arriving minutes after an explosion.

While the smaller and lighter dust-like particles will typically be arriving hours later, as they drift much farther downwind, often for hundreds of miles.

As it settles, whether you can see it or not, fallout will accumulate and blow around everywhere just like dust or light snow does on the ground and roofs. Wind and rain can concentrate the fallout into localized 'hot spots' of much more intense radiation with no visible indication of its presence.

This radioactive fallout 'dust' is dangerous because it is emitting penetrating radiation energy (similar to x-ray's). This radiation (not the fallout dust) can go right through walls, roofs and protective clothing. Even if you manage not to inhale or ingest the dust, and keep it off your skin, hair, and clothes, and even if none gets inside your house, the radiation penetrating your home is still extremely dangerous, and can injure or kill you inside.

Radioactive fallout from a nuclear explosion, though very dangerous initially, loses its intensity quickly because it is giving off so much energy. For example, fallout emitting gamma ray radiation at a rate of 500 R/hr (fatal with one hour of exposure) shortly after an explosion, weakens to only 1/10th as strong 7 hours later. Two days later, it's only 1/100th as strong, or as deadly, as it was initially.

That is really very good news, because our families can readily survive it IF we get them into a proper shelter to safely wait it out as it becomes less dangerous with every passing hour.

What stops radiation, and thus shields your family, is simply putting mass between them and the radiation source. Like police body armor stopping bullets, mass stops (absorbs) radiation. The thicker the mass, the more radiation it stops. Also, the denser (heavier) the mass used, the more effective it is with every inch more you add to your fallout shelter. The thickness in inches needed to cut the radiation down to only 1/10th of its initial intensity for different common materials is: Steel 3.3", concrete 11", earth 16", water 24", wood 38", etc. The thickness required to stop 99% of the radiation is: 5" of steel, 16" of solid brick or hollow concrete blocks filled with mortar or sand, 2 feet of packed earth or 3 feet if loose, 3 feet of water. You may not have enough steel available, but anything you do have will have mass and can be used to add to your shielding - it just takes more thickness of lighter wood, for example, than heavier earth, to absorb and stop the same amount of radiation. Increasing the distance between your family and the radiation outside also reduces the radiation intensity.

The goals of your family fallout shelter are:

To maximize the distance away from the fallout 'dusting' outside on the ground and roof

To place sufficient mass between your family and the fallout to absorb the deadly radiation

To make the shelter tolerable to stay in while the radiation subsides with every passing hour While a fallout shelter can be built anywhere, you should see what your best options are at home or nearby. Some structures already provide significant shielding or partial shielding that can be enhanced for adequate protection. If you do not have a basement available, you can still use the techniques shown below in any above ground structure, but you'll need to use more mass to achieve the same level of shielding. You may consider using other solid structures nearby, especially those with below ground spaces, such as commercial buildings, schools, churches, below ground parking garages, large and long culverts, tunnels, etc.. Some of these may require permissions and/or the acquiring of additional materials to minimize any fallout drifting or blowing into them, if open ended. Buildings with a half-dozen or more floors, where there is not a concern of blast damage, may provide good radiation protection in the center of the middle floors. This is because of both the distance and the shielding the multiple floors provide from the fallout on the ground and roof.

Bottom Line: choose a structure nearby with both the greatest mass and distance already in place between the outside, where the fallout would settle, and the shelter inside.

If you have a basement in your home, or at a nearby relatives' or friends' house that you can use, your best option is probably to fortify and use it, unless you have ready access to a better/deeper structure nearby. For an expedient last-minute basement shelter, push a heavy table that you can get under into the corner that has the soil highest on the outside. The ground level outside ideally needs to be above the top of the inside shelter. If no heavy table is available, you can take internal doors off their hinges and lay them on supports to create your 'table'. Then pile any available mass on and around it such as books, wood, cordwood, bricks, sandbags, heavy furniture, full file cabinets, full water containers, your food stocks, and boxes and pillow cases full of anything heavy, like earth. Everything you could pile up and around it has mass that will help absorb and stop more radiation from penetrating inside - the heavier the better. However, be sure to reinforce your table and supports so you do not overload it and risk collapse.

Leave a small crawl-through entrance and more mass there that can be easily pulled in after you to seal it up. Have at least two gaps or 4-6" square air spaces, one high at one end and one low at the other. Use more if crowded and/or hotter climate. A small piece of cardboard can help fan fresh air in if the natural rising warmer air convection current needs an assist moving the air along. This incoming air won't need to be filtered if the basement has been reasonably sealed up, however any windows or other openings will require some solid mass coverage to assure they stay sealed and to provide additional shielding protection for the basement. More details on this in the next (#6) section.

With more time, materials, and carpentry or masonry skills, you could even construct a more formal fallout shelter, such as the lean-to shown to the right, but you should pile up much more mass than what little is shown here.

An effective fallout shelter constructed in a basement may reduce your radiation exposure 100-200 fold. Thus, if the initial radiation intensity outside was 500 R/hr (fatal in one hour), the basement shelter occupants might only experience 5 R/hr or even less, which is survivable, as the radiation intensity will be decreasing with every passing hour.

Adding mass on the floor above your chosen basement corner, and outside against the walls opposite your shelter, can dramatically increase your shielding protection. Every inch thicker adds up to more effective life-saving radiation shielding.

As cramped as that crawl space fallout shelter might seem, the vital shielding provided by simply moving some mass into place could be the difference between exposure to a lethal dose of radiation and the survival of your family.

The majority of people requiring any sheltering at all will be many miles downwind, and they will not need to stay sheltered for weeks on end. In fact, most people will only need to stay sheltered full-time for a few days before they can start coming out briefly to attend to quick essential chores. Later, they can begin spending ever more time out of the shelter daily, only coming back in to sleep. As miserable as it might seem now, you and your family can easily endure that, especially compared to the alternative.

It's really not so difficult to build an effective family fallout shelter, not to get it done... RIGHT NOW!


If you've accomplished the above; securing your supplies, stored water, and built your family fallout shelter, CONGRATULATIONS! You have now succeeded in improving the odds of survival for your family 100-fold, or more! Now, you need to expand your knowledge and fine-tune the tactics that will make the most of your family survival strategy.

Government information and guidance is a vital resource in your response to a nuclear crisis, but for many reasons it may be late, incomplete, misleading or simply in error. While evacuation might be prudent for individuals who act quickly in response to a threat, governments will be slow to call for mass evacuations because of their potential for panic and gridlock. As the recent government calls for duct tape and plastic sheeting led to sold-out stores, anxiety, and derision from the press, there will be great reluctance to issue similar alarms. If you want to assure that you have adequate food and supplies for your family you must act BEFORE the panic without first waiting for government instructions that may never come or as urgently as warranted. You alone are ultimately responsible for your family.

Filtering the air coming into your basement shelter won't be required. Air does not become radioactive, and if your basement is reasonably snug, there won't be any wind blowing through it to carry the radioactive fallout dust inside. Simply sealing any basement windows and other openings prevents significant fallout from getting inside. To improve both the radiation shielding inside the basement, and to protect the windows from being broken and letting fallout blow in later, you should cover them all with wood, and then with sandbags or solid masonry blocks or earth, etc. on the outside and inside too, if possible. If the basement air gets seriously stale later on, you could re-open a door into the upper floors of the still closed house, or secure a common furnace air filter over an outside air opening leading into your basement.

Regarding fallout contamination, any food or water stored in sealed containers, that can later have any fallout dust brushed or rinsed off the outside of the container, will then be safe to use. As long as the fallout dust does not get inside the container, then whatever radiation penetrated the food/water container from the outside does not harm the contents. If you suspect that your clothes have fallout on them, remove your outer clothing before you come inside and leave them outside. A cheap plastic hooded rain poncho that can be easily rinsed off or left outside is very worthwhile. Have water and baby shampoo near the entrance (hose and containers) to wash and thoroughly rinse any exposed skin and hair. Exposure to fallout radiation does not make you radioactive, but you need to assure that you don't bring any inside. If any are stricken with radiation sickness, typically nausea, it is when mild (<100 Rads) 100% recoverable and cannot be passed on to others. Before fallout arrives, you might also try to cover up items you want to protect outside for easier rinsing off of the fallout dust later when it's safe to come out and do so. For instance, if you have a vegetable gardening spot, you might try covering much of it with plastic or tarp and weighting them down.

If without sufficient time to acquire radiological instruments of your own, like Geiger counters and dosimeters, you'll need to be extra sure that your portable radios function properly from inside your shelter and that you have plenty of fresh batteries stocked for them. Without radiological instruments, listening for official guidance about the radiation threat levels in your particular area will be the only way you'll know when it's becoming safe to venture out. It might also be the only way you'll know when you first need to take your initial maximum protective action. When not in use, they should not be attached to any outside antenna or even have their own antenna extended. And, they should be wrapped in any non-conducting insulation, like layers of paper or bubblewrap plastic and then stored in a metal container or wrapped in aluminum foil to minimize the potential of EMP ruining the electronics. Having back-up radios would be very prudent. With extra radios, you can have one always tuned to the closest likely target city and, if it suddenly goes off the air, that could be your first indication of an attack.

If close to a target, your first indication of a nuclear detonation may be with its characteristic blinding bright flash. The first effects you may have to deal with before radioactive fallout arrives, depending on your proximity to it, are blast and thermal energy. Promptly employing the old "Duck & Cover" strategy will save many from avoidable flying debris injuries and minimize thermal burns. Those very close will experience tornado strength winds and should quickly dive behind any solid object or into any available depression, culvert, basement, etc. A 500 kiloton blast, 2.2 miles away, will arrive about 8 seconds after the detonation flash with about a 295 mph wind blast that lasts about three seconds. An even larger 1 MT (megaton) blast, 5 miles away, will arrive in about 20 seconds. Hopefully, you are not near any target area 'ground zero' and will only, like the vast majority, have to deal with just the fallout later.

When fallout is first anticipated, even though it has not yet arrived, have anybody still outside begin wearing their dust protector filter masks and hooded rain ponchos. Everyone should begin taking their Potassium Iodide (KI) or Potassium Iodate (KIO3) tablets for thyroid protection against cancer causing radioactive iodine, a major product of nuclear weapons explosions. If no tablets available, you can topically (on the skin) apply an iodine solution, like tincture of iodine or Betadine, for a similar protective effect. (WARNING: Iodine solutions are NEVER to be ingested or swallowed.) For adults, paint 8 ml of a 2 percent tincture of Iodine on the abdomen or forearm each day, ideally at least 2 hours prior to possible exposure. For children 3 to 18, but under 150 pounds, only half that amount painted on daily, or 4 ml. For children under 3 but older than a month, half again, or 2 ml. For newborns to 1 month old, half it again, or just 1 ml. (One measuring teaspoon is about 5 ml, if you don't have a medicine dropper graduated in ml.) If your iodine is stronger than 2%, reduce the dosage accordingly. Absorption through the skin is not as reliable a dosing method as using the tablets, but tests show that it will still be very effective for most. Do not use if allergic to iodine. If at all possible, inquire of your doctor NOW if there is any reason why anybody in your household should not use KI or KIO3 tablets, or iodine solutions on their skin, in a future nuclear emergency, just to be sure.

When you know that the time to take protective action is approaching, turn off all the utilities into the house, check that everything is sealed up and locked down, and head for the shelter. You should also check that you have near your shelter additional tools, crow bars, and car jacks for digging out later, if required. Also, any building supplies, tools, sheet plastic, staple guns, etc. for plugging any holes from damage. Your basement should already be very well sealed against fallout drifting inside. Now, you'll need to seal around the last door you use to enter with duct tape all around the edges, especially if it's a direct to the outside door.

You don't need to risk fire, burns, and asphyxiation trying to cook anything in the cramped shelter space, if you have pre-positioned in your shelter enough canned goods, can opener, and other non-perishable foods, that are ready-to-eat without preparation. More food, along with water, can be located right outside your crawl space entrance that you can pull in quickly as needed when safe to do so.

For lighting needs within the shelter have many small LED flashlights or LED head-lamps to stretch your battery life. Try not to have to use candles if at all possible. Bring in some books for yourself and games for the children. Maybe throw in a small/thin mattress, some cushions, blankets, pillows, etc.

Toilet use will be via the 5 gallon bucket with a seat borrowed from one of the house bathrooms, if you did not purchase a separate one. Garbage bag liners, hopefully sized for it, should always be used and a full-size and bag lined garbage can should be positioned very close to the shelter entrance for depositing these in when it is safe to do so quickly. Hanging a sheet or blanket will help provide a little privacy as shelter occupants 'take their turn'. The toilet needs to have its new 'deposits' sealed up tight with the plastic liner after each use. Use a very secure top on the bucket and position it near the wall with the outgoing upper air vent.

Pets, and what to do about them, is a tough call. Letting dogs run free is not a humane option, both for their potential to die a miserable death from radiation exposure outside and/or to be a danger to others, especially if they get diseased and/or run in the inevitable packs of multitudes of other abandoned pets. Caring for them is ideal, if truly realistic and not a drain on limited resources, while 'putting them down' might eventually become a painful, but necessary reality.

Boiling or bleach water treatments will be used for cleaning your stored water later for drinking. (This is for killing bacteria, not for radiation contamination, which is never a concern for any stored and covered water containers or even sealed food.) Tap water recently put into clean containers won't likely need to be purified before using. To purify questionable water, bring it to a roiling boil and keep it there for 10 minutes at least. If you don't have the fuel to boil it, you can kill the bacteria by mixing in a good quality household bleach at the rate of 10 drops per gallon, and letting it sit for at least 1/2 an hour. The bleach should be at least 5.25% pure, like Clorox, but be sure it has no additives such as soap or fragrance. You can later get rid of the flat taste from boiling, or some of the chlorine taste when using bleach, by pouring it from one container to another several times.

There's much more that can be learned to better understand what you are up against and to acquire to help your family survive and endure it. While time permits, and if the Internet is still up & running, task somebody with getting and printing out additional prep information. If there is not enough time to order/receive a radiation meter, then print out the plans for the home-makable KFM (Kearny Fallout Meter) that shows how to build at home, from materials commonly found there, an effective fallout radiation meter. Get the free plans for the KFM here...

If there is enough time to both order, and be shipped, your own radiation detection and monitoring instruments, potassium iodide anti-radiation tablets, Nuclear Survival handbooks, etc., check first for remaining availability at these links...

For readily understandable, practical and more detailed information on nuclear bomb blast, thermal, and radiation effects, EMP, radioactive fallout, radiation health effects and first-aid, nuclear survivability and myth-busting facts, along with livestock protection and numerous Do It Yourself fallout sheltering tips, print out all three parts of this web site below, which is where this guide originated from...

If at all possible, also check out this live prep forum, as they will be covering all the latest crisis news, interpreting the government pronouncements, and discussing the best practical survival preparations families can still do...

BOTTOM LINE: When the TV or radio program switches abruptly to an terse announcement saying: "We Interrupt This Program For This Special Bulletin!", and your kids look up to you with questioning wide-eyes and eager for assurances, know then that you are confidently ready for them with your own Plan of Action ready to go! That's what this is all about... our children!


This guide was purposely designed with the sober realization that the overwhelming majority of our fellow Americans would not be compelled to read such a guide until a nuclear crisis was imminent and, unfortunately, their preparation options and time to prepare then would be very limited. At we know that, at that time, we will again be quickly sold-out, as we were after 9/11, both by the public and the Federal govt., and that this guide then will be the best/only help that we can offer. If you are fortunate enough to be exploring your family preparation needs and options before such a future national crisis, there is much more that you can and should do now to insure that they are even better prepared.

"A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them; the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences." - Proverbs 22:3




If stores are still at all stocked, and safe to go to, try to buy as many of the following items as possible... IMMEDIATELY! There are no quantities listed here on the food items below as family size varies and because, as the emergency and panic widens, many items will become quickly sold-out or quantities restricted and you'll need to try to get more of what does remain on the shelves. At a minimum you should be looking at two weeks of provisions, but much better to be aiming for two months or more. The reality is, if/when we get nuked, it will be a very long time before anything is ever 'normal' again, especially at any grocery stores. Florida hurricane victims can attest to the prolonged misery and disruptions from even a localized disaster, even with the rest of the country still able to help out. Nobody can begin to imagine how bad the suffering will be, and for how long, if nukes have gone off... and in multiple locations!

The half-dozen top listed and UNDERLINED food items below are primarily for use while in the shelter. They are mostly ready-to-eat that requires no cooking or preparation, just a can opener at the most. (The iodine solution is included here because of its importance for its thyroid-blocking topical use detailed above, but it's NEVER to be ingested or swallowed.) The other foods listed below there are better cost/nutrition staples for later use during the extended recovery period. Then follows general non-food supplies, tools and equipment.

Go Acquire It All Now QUICKLY!

It's much better to risk being a little early when securing your families essential food and supplies, rather than a few hours too late...

Canned goods (pasta, soups, chili, vegetables, fruit, tuna, meats, lots of peanut butter, etc.) Ready-to-eat foods (pop-tarts, raisins, cheese, granola/energy/protein bars, snack-paks, etc.) Some perishable foods (breads and fruits like bananas, apples, oranges, grapes, etc.) Assorted drink mix flavorings (with no cold drinks, just plain water, kids will appreciate it!) Plenty of potent Multi-Vitamins, Vit C, etc. Iodine solution, like Betadine (16 ounces)- NOT TO BE INGESTED OR SWALLOWED!

Multiple big boxes of dried milk (Could include/use some inside shelter, too.) Multiple big boxes of pancake and biscuit mix & syrup Largest bags of rice Largest bags of beans Largest bags of flour Largest bags of potatoes Largest bags quick oats and other grains Largest bags of macaroni Large bag of sugar Large jar of honey Large 2 gallons or more of cooking oil Baking powder & baking soda & spice assortment pack Bottled water (especially if home supplies not secured yet)

Paper or plastic plates/bowls/cups/utensils Quality manual can opener, 2 if you don't already have one at home Kitchen matches and disposable lighters New garbage cans and lots of liner bags (water storage & waste storage) 5 gallon bucket and smaller garbage bags sized for it (toilet) Toilet seat for the bucket (or use one from inside the house) Toilet paper and, if needed, sanitary napkins, diapers Baby wipes (saves water for personal hygiene use) Flashlights (ideally LED) and more than one portable radio Plenty more batteries, at least three sets, for each of the above Bleach (5.25%, without fragrance or soap additives) Alcohol and Hydrogen Peroxide Aspirin/Tylenol/Motrin, Pepto Bismol, etc. Prescription drugs filled, and as much extra as possible First aid kits Fire extinguishers Plenty of dust mask filter protectors Cheap plastic hooded rain ponchos for everyone Water filters and all other camping type supplies, such as Coleman cook stove and fuel, ammo, etc., if any sporting goods stocks still available. And, of course, rolls of plastic sheeting, duct tape, staple guns, staples, etc.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

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Monday, February 14, 2011

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