There is no more fundamental need than a steady supply of water. Without it, our bodies cannot survive more than a few days. Yet when natural disasters or other emergencies take place, municipal water is often one of the first victims. And large-scale terrorism is likely to target water distribution as a key element of […]
Author Archive: Hugh Vail
Co-Owner of the APN. Hugh specializes in preparedness product knowledge and the principles of preparedness. Hugh is an avid reader and fly fisherman. Above all things, Hugh prefers to spend his time with his two children, Afton and Hugh Jr.
The best way to contact Hugh is on Twitter @hughvail or by visiting hughvail.com
Utah, the leading state in preparedness is home of the leading preparedness expo in Utah – PrepperCon. This show is one to not miss, with special guests such as: Dave Holladay Kyle & Ben Bell Becky Brown Tim Ralston Braxton Southwick Julie Harmon Date: April 15-16th 2016 (this weekend) Location: SouthTowne Expo Center (9575 South […]
I was visiting a friend when I received a crushing blow delivered via text. My phone buzzed in my pocket, and I ignored it. A minute later the phone started playing “Free”, which at the time was the ringtone I downloaded. I silenced Zach Brown Band singing, as I simultaneously pulled my phone out to […]
American Prepper’s Network own co-owner Hugh Vail and APN’s Mike Porrenta share their theories, practices and priorities related to the threat of apocalypse on a History Channel special that aired in 2012 prior to the much discussed Mayan apocalypse date called 2012: Countdown To Armageddon. Hugh and Mike share their thoughts on the upcoming events […]
Natural and Man-made disasters such as floods, hurricanes, warfare or something else that floods the sewer system cause additional personal and community disasters. Finding yourself unable to flush the toilets or run water down the drains put us all in a very stinky situtation!
Author | @HughVail “The Super Bowl set a US television ratings record for the third year running on Sunday night, with an average of 111.3 million viewers watching” Yes, one in three Americans sat in front of their televisions, surrounded with family, friends, bags of chips & trays of dip anticipating who […]
Author | Hugh Vail Sunday, according to most religions is a day to contemplate, meditate and dedicate your time and efforts the God, which usually means reading, praying, taking cookies to the neighbors, hanging out with the family. In our home it always means “Sunday Dinner”, usually at grandma’s house as she goes to war […]