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About Me: I drink, F***, and Kill (not necassarily in that order)When I started thinking way too much about zombies: I got bored on deployment. Don't judge me monkey!!
What started my zombie fixation:I ve always felt a need to prepare for any situation that might warrant it. Its important for people to prepare for any feasible disaster. I am afraid that we as a society are just too lazy to do this. Even with disasters becoming a seemingly frequent occurrence in this day and age. People still go about like a bunch of lambs. People like those we encounter within our community are laughed and scoffed at now. But when Z-day is upon us we will become the elitists, leaders, and rebuilders of society.
Favorite zombie book:Monster Island, Monster Nation, and Monster Planet by David Wellington. (Trilogy.)
Favorite zombie movie: Dawn of the Dead, Resident Evil Movies.
Favorite quote in any zombie movie:And stay dead!!!
My Survival Plan: The BasicsMy “handle” should you look for you on the radio waves or web:Personal Call Sign: Desert Fox or Infidel Actual Headquarters Call Sign: Infidel Main
My location:Bay Pines, FL
Is my plan dependent on zombies in your home town, or anywhere?: Anywhere
Will I be staying in my home or headed somewhere else?: Home will be fortified
If I'm heading out, how do I plan to get there?Currently my group has a "Fleet" of two vehicles. A pickup truck and a Monte Carlo. The Monte Carlo would likely be used as a scout vehicle or a support vehicle in a convoy. The pickup truck would become the main transport/battle vehicle.
Got anyone I want to take with me? : I want to develop a group of hopefully military veterans, or some civilians that are easy to train. Objectively I will build a group that is as close to twelve people as possible. This will be good for maintaining a solid watch rotation on the homefront. Also separating a small fire team sized element from the base to conduct recon or scavenging missions won't hurt the size of the force too much. If needed another small team could be sent out along with the original recon team if they found themselves needing a QRF ground team to support them. If that happened I could put two people on the roof in an over watch position, and two people on the ground to defend the base.
How will I communicate with the outside world, or do I plan to go the hermit route? : I will monitor (or more likely the COC watch) will monitor a short wave radio, as well as a CB radio for daily broadcasts. Any news, or information will also be shared with local settlements. Channels,Frequencies and other information on how to contact us will be determined at a later date.
How am I planning to get food and water?: Scavenger teams. A water filtration system will be kept on site.
What’s my weapon of choice? Do you need to reload that thing? Gotta plan for that? : My combat load out will consist of a Primary rifle, as well as several (likely to be three) pistols. As they say the fastest reload is switching to next fire arm. My primary blade weapon will be a Gerber Gator machete, as well as two combat utility knives.
Got a survival philosophy? : Philosophy? You can have all the gear in the world prepped and ready for deployment, but if you are not willing to do the work to survive, if you don't have the will to survive you aren't gonna make it. So suck it up.
Am I willing to hook up with other survivors? : Yes. I believe that rebuilding society and the follow up success to such efforts will be contingent on establish communication between close by settlements and supporting each other. as well as establishing trade between those communities.
Is my plan based on a book/movie/blog/scientist other survivors may have heard of?:
A lot of my methods are taken straight from my training in the military. Also I keep up with other Survival Experts and whatever developments or ideas they may have. Cross training is a valuable commodity.
Latest page update: Aug 6 2012, 8:50 PM EDT