50 FREE Survival / Prepper Videos

Shared from “The Free Film Girl”  – An excellent compilation of training videos. Enjoy!

50 FREE Survival / Prepper Videos

OMG We’re All Going To Die!

(Yeah, eventually we will…but in the meantime our chances are better if we are prepared.)

These FREE films (courtesy of the United States government and the folks at Archive.org) seem like they’d sure be helpful in a homesteading or a SHTF survival situation. Most of these are gov’t films so your tax dollars already paid for them; you can watch them online or download each movie for viewing later on.

Here’s how to download: on each video’s page you’ll see a menu on the left hand side. Right-click your mouse on the link and choose SAVE AS to download it. MPEG4 (.MP4) is the most popular of the file types:

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  1. Aircrew Survival: Cold Land Survival FAA.
  2. Aircrew Survival: Hot Land Survival FAA.
  3. Aircrew Survival: Survival Kits, Rafts, Accessories FAA.
  4. Aircrew Survival: Survival Medicine FAA.
  5. Aircrew Survival:Surviving on Open Water FAA.
  6. Aircrew Survival:Survival Signaling FAA.
  7. Aircrew Survival: Tropical Survival FAA.
  8. Aircrew Survival: The Will to Survive FAA.
  9. Anchoring Home Fuel Tanks “illustrates the importance of securing home fuel tanks to the structure to prevent damage during disasters. “
  10. Animals In Emergencies (2007) FEMA: “The video is intended to help pet and livestock owners prepare to protect their animals during emergencies. It informs owners about the key points in developing a plan to evacuate animals or to shelter them in place and how to find resources in their community to assist them.
  11. Assembling a Can Sealer (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a thorough overview of the basic canning and preserving process for meat and fish in cans.”
  12. An Ax To Grind – Pt 1 (1999) USDA film: “Hanging an Ax, Sharpening.”
  13. An Ax To Grind – Pt 2 (1999) USDA film: “Single and double bit, chopping, splitting axes, broad ax, broad ax hewing, adzes, hatchets.”
  14. Are You Ready? Another FEMA video; meh, but shows how to properly use a generator.
  15. A Better Way Program 149 USDA: “Program 149: How to grow good cucumbers; Home made toys; Pocket sandwiches; How to split wood and the tools to use; How to make pickles and relish at home; Tips on backpacking.”
  16. Canning Fish in Cans (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a thorough overview of the basic canning and preserving process for meat and fish in cans.”
  17. Canning Fish in Jars (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a thorough overview of the basic canning and preserving process for meat and fish in cans.” (I think they mean jars)
  18. Canning Game Meat In Cans (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a thorough overview of the basic canning and preserving process for meat and fish in cans.”
  19. Canning Game Meat In Jars (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a thorough overview of the basic canning and preserving process for meat and fish in cans.” (I think they mean jars)
  20. Collecting and Using Alaska’s Wild Berries (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “this DVD will help you learn to identify the many species of edible Alaska wild berries and show you how to avoid poisonous species. You’ll also learn to identify habitats where your favorite berries grow and, once you’ve picked them, how to clean, freeze and can them for storage.”
  21. Crop Tree Management for the Landowner USDA: “Understanding that trees compete with each other for sunlight, moisture, and soil nutrients is a basic concept for understanding how to increase the growth rate of trees. Knowing the tree species, how each species provides desired benefits, and being able to assess the health of each tree provides the basis for selecting “crop trees.”
  22. Developing Self-Reliance (1951) Old, but I don’t think this is taught any longer
  23. Direction, Orientation, and Location with a Compass (1967) “features and use of lensatic compass in map orientation, in finding direction and location, and in land navigation, by day and night.”
  24. Drying Fruits (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a step-by-step guide to drying your own foods. Included are comprehensive instructions for drying fruits, vegetables and herbs and making fruit leather.”
  25. Drying Herbs (2009) Alaska Cooperative Extension Service/USDA: “This provides a step-by-step guide to drying your own foods. Included are comprehensive instructions for drying fruits, vegetables and herbs and making fruit leather.”

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