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Sullivan714's revised plan
Nov 3 2011, 8:34 PM EDTI'll give you a quick run down on my friends neighborhood. It's a small neighborhood that is pretty much a big
circle of houses with one large house in the middle. Behind these houses is a 7 ft
high cement wall. There is only one way in and out of this small circular neighborhood
My plan would be to load up my vehicle with what I have so far which is my B.O.B., M4 rifle and Glock 21,
PR-24 baton, and a Ka-bar knife,15 canned foods I have in my cupboard, and the four 1 gallon jugs of water.
I would then drive down the main street to my friends house which is a little more than a mile. (1.5 mi) When
I would arrive at his house I would unload my gear and firearms. My friend so far has a Glock 21, ammunition,
some food and water. We would then fortify his house by padlocking his side 7 ft metal gate which is the only
access to his backyard. Next we would board up/barricade his bottom floor windows,except for his backdoor sliding glass door for
a means of an exit. His top floor window that faces the entire neighborhood and the front of his house, would be set up as
an observation post.
This observation post would require one or two persons. One would have a scoped
rifle of some type while the other would be his spotter. This next idea I'm still
undecisive about. We would take my friends GMC denali, BMW, and my Chevy Malibu and
align them in front of the entrance/exit of the neighborhood to create a roadblock
into the community. 1 out of 1 found this valuable. Do you?
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1. RE: Sullivan714's revised plan
Nov 3 2011, 8:35 PM EDTContinued:
When we recruit certain friends who are interested in joining us, We will have them split into at least 3 different
teams consisting of at least 2 persons per team. Team 1 would have the OP (Observation Post).
Team 2 would have the bottom floor of the house patrolling the backyard for any breaches. Team 3 would be posted
at the road blocked entrance/patrolling the circle of the neighborhood.
If the roadblocked entrance were to be breached we would fall back to the house.
If the house became compromised, we would climb over the backyard cement wall into
the adjacent backyard to escape. This plan is still in progress and is for short-term
survival. I'm not sure how long short-term is because I don't have all the supplies I would like to have.
I feel these depend greatly on how long we would stay at the house.
My long-term survival will be posted later in the future. Do you find this valuable?