Video Monday: Extreme Survival Radio Go-Box.

Hello, my friend and welcome back!  Well, I have 3 days till I retire, and then 6 weeks before I head to Idaho to find a small piece of land to live on.  Internet connections will be spotty over the next few of weeks, but I hope to continue to have a Monday morning video each day.  Now back to today’s video.  This little video is a great one for those of you who have an Amateur Radio License, and for those who don’t, I strongly recommend that you get one.  Trying to survive without unbiased information will do you in faster than anything.  You need to know what roads are safe to travel, and where enemy troops may be located.  You don’t have to learn Morse code, but I suspect it will be one of the safest forms of communications available.  It will also allow you to use much smaller radios while still having the ability to communicate around the globe.  If you have been meaning to learn, but just haven’t done it yet, now is the time.  It’s not that hard and there are plenty of apps that are designed to help you.  Now with that said, let’s watch “Extreme Survival Radio Go-Box” by the Radio Prepper.  Grab a cup of coffee my friend and have a seat while we visit.



Well, that’s it for today and I hope you have found this video useful.  Until next time my friend, stay safe, stay strong, and stay prepared.  God Bless America!



Prepper, Patriot, and Proud U.S. ARMY Veteran.

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8 Responses

  1. Chief says:

    Sarge, I thought the article of the go box was great. Looking forward to more articles on radios and their uses. As a ham operator I know the benefits of working the world with radio waves. It seems to keep me amaze at what atmospheric conditions will bring next your my door step.

  2. Dan says:

    I am in Garden Valley, about 45 minutes north of Nampa….I’ll buy the first cup!

  3. Dan says:

    I use here in Idaho, the phones/ cable are not as reliable. Good luck with your move….you won’t regret it!

    • Sarge says:

      I’ll keep that in mind. All of my children and grandchildren are there in Nampa. So I’m looking forward to getting up there and getting settled in so I can get back to writing. Maybe we can get together for a cup of coffee sometime. What part of Idaho do you live in?

      • Dan says:

        I’m in Garden Valley (about 45 miles north of there), we are usually in Boise once or twice a week. Coffee sounds good….I’ll buy!

        • Sarge says:

          Dan, we just got to Nampa yesterday. Need a few days to recover and get situated, but I will take you up on the coffee as soon as I can. 🙂

  4. mike says:

    will you be doing youtube videos of your new life?