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One member breaks down and decides to ride it out in their basement.

Even the most decorated combat veteran will feel the gut wrenching pain when they realize that loved ones are possibly far away and unreachable if a sudden event arises.However, not having a pre-arranged destination of some kind, with pre-positioned supplies is absolutely not acceptable.This could be located at a fiends or relatives home in the country, or a group purchase of a retreat, even a small parcel with a stream and cached supplies is better than nothing.SHTFplan Editor’s Note: At some point in the future many of us will be faced with a life-altering decision: To bug-in at home or to bug-out and head for the hills.In the following strategy guide our friend Todd Savage explores the former and discusses some critical considerations that must be made once you and your family come to the determination that it’s time to get out of Dodge.There are several aspects to every successful bug-out, the first of course is actually leaving your current location on time and travelling to your destination. This article will cover the Basic Bug-Out Plan in two parts.

This week Part I will cover the Plan outline and the following week Part II will cover the destination and survival retreat search and acquisition.

Alternative Routes It’s critical that two distinct routes are mapped with different rally points on the way to the final destination.

The first route will be for an early bug-out, when the timing is perfect and all the roads will still be open, as mass panic has not ensued.

The journey for most will be long and treacherous, may take weeks, months or even years and may result in injury or casualties to the group.

However, only those who are prepped, trained, have an up to date evacuation plan with a viable destination will be successful.

If we took a survey, probably more than 95% are not fully prepared. Is it the end of the world if your family doesn’t own a retreat?