It's National Preparedness Month, which directly relates to our mission: preparing our customers for the unexpected. We've talked a little about basic disaster preparation, but since DID is focused primarily on defense, let's focus on something a little more directly related to our area of expertise: home invasion preparedness. Here are some things to keep in mind as you think about how you might get ready for a worst-case scenario at your own home.
It’s National Preparedness Month! The mission of Defense In Depth is to help our customers prepare for the unexpected, so let's talk about emergency basics. After 2014 water crisis in Charleston, West Virginia does not need a reminder of how easily basic needs (like safe tap water) can disappear. Electricity is equally sensitive to infrastructure problems. The world of "prepping" is an extensive one, but if you're just interested in thinking about the bare-bones basics, here's where to start:
As Hurricane Florence bears down on the east coast, many cities are effectively shut down and evacuating. But before Florence made landfall, another storm was brewing.
September is National Preparedness Month! As the semester kicks into full gear, we wanted to offer some safety tips designed for WVU students in the community. Our company’s mission is to prepare Morgantown for the unexpected, and an important part of that is knowing how to avoid danger in the first place. Check out these guidelines to stay safe on campus!
Our friends over at The Well Armed Woman released some new sales data last week about the holsters and positions used by women who concealed carry. We thought you might be interested in taking a look. Among the key findings are that most women (42%) are carrying in an IWB (inside-the-waistband) holster. The next two most common carry locations are belly bands (15%) and concealed carry purses (14%).
Almost every firearm will malfunction at some point, but this post is specifically for new owners of semi-automatic, magazine fed guns.
Concealed Carry Holder Rescues Woman from Carjacking
It's impossible to keep up with every defensive gun use in the country. They happen more often than fatal car crashes, and media is generally not fond of reporting them. Nevertheless, for those interested in being prepared for the unexpected, it is important to see what we can learn from these situations when they occur.
"There are many forms of self-defense that are taught but a new form of marshal arts has made its way to Morgantown...Krav Maga is a type of marshal arts that originated in Israel and has a focus on self-defense techniques."