Thought I would share a few Army photos from the Iraq war, this was from my third deployment out of four. 2011
I'm in Iraq, Baghdad @ Saddam Hussein's Cross Sabers at his Go to war parade field.
2011 that's my guys, Bravo Section, Alpha Troop, 1-7 Cavalry Squadron, 1 Brigade Combat Team.... 🇺🇸 #DanShrigley #Army #USA #Iraq #War 2011
YOUR FAMILY ESCAPE PLAN:
Adopt into practice escape planning and meet up points in case of disaster or emergencies.
With school shootings, riots, crime, severe weather, adopting an escape plan saves lives. Here are key points to consider.
1.) At home, work, school, or a concert downtown. Plan an escape route out of your individual area.
2.) Supplies are important, check your inventory before an emergency and restock if needed.
3.) A flashlight, a radio and canned goods, water proof matches, pocket knife, gloves, rain jacket, extra water, (3) Days food rations per person.
4.) Practice escaping with family members to a designated meet up location. While testing your plan, test your family's ability to tune the radio into local news stations.
5.) In crowded urban areas always point out and establish with your group designated link up points and time intervals to check in.
6.) Every responsible member should know how to start up s fire for warmth, signal, and water/food.
7.) while you are waiting be very patient for members of your family/group to arrive. In an emergency nothing happens fast enough so remain calm.
8.) Practice makes perfect, keep updated with these tips and you and your family will reunite.
9.) Should a member fall victim or die. Render aid to the wounded. For the death of a member, remember to focus on the living you need them and they need you. We can always deal with our lost loved ones when it's safe.