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"Bugging In"-Hunkering Down in Place During a Disaster

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"Bugging in", which is the opposite of "Bugging Out", or running away,  is a term used to describe the act of remaining in place during a man made or natural disaster.

This is the reccomended procedure for all but a few of the situations individuals might face during natural or man made  disasters. Remaining in your home is a pretty logical decision right? You have all your stuff at your home, you are familiar with the location and maybe have friends or neighbors nearbby who might be able to help in a difficult situation.

But even though bugging in might  be a lot safer and a better choice for caring for yourself and your family if you are caught in a disaster or cessation of services situation, there is still a great deal you can do to tip the odds in your favor for surviving in place.

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