Survive — Brad Shannon

How to not get struck by lightning

No, going to church isn't enough. Our writer asked three lightning experts how to stay alive in a storm. 

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SurviveStacey McKenna

Book Review: How to Read Water

Tristan Gooley is arguably the world's foremost natural navigation expert. In his latest book, he tells how to predict weather, traffic patterns, and more by looking at water.

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Around the web — Gearjunkie.com

5 Signs A Storm Is Brewing

Spring has sprung and so begins another season of severe summer weather. Here are some telltale signs a storm is brewing.

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SurviveBrad Shannon

Don’t die alone in the desert

Hundreds of people die every year in America's deserts. Follow these six tips to avoid becoming one of them.

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SurviveMitch Harris

The best EDC gear for survival

Every day, we try to not die. These four items make that easier.

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SurviveMorris Brossette

SOG Approved: goTenna

The pocket-sized goTenna pairs with your smartphone to enable GPS navigation anywhere in the world, service be damned. We tested it on the streets of Medellin, Colombia.

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SurviveMitch Harris

7 must-have items for your go bag

When disaster hits, you probably won't have time to pack. Keep these seven things packed and ready in a "Go bag."

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SurviveStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 pocket-worthy knives

Pocket knives aren't just for Boy Scouts. These four foldable knives are tough enough for almost any job, and none of them are much bigger than your cell phone.

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Around the web — Outdoor Life

How to Make a Steam Pit

Turn a survival situation into a wild feast---this primitive cooking method makes great tasting food that stays hot for hours

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SurviveStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 tools to light the way

Sure, the light on your phone works most of the time. But when you really need illumination, you'll want one of these.

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