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MEMBER’S CONCERN SURVEY RESULTS

Our current Survey Results indicate that our members (justifiably so) are most concerned about the financial instability in our great country. Currency Inflation / Price Increases 24%Economic Collapse 25%Supply chain / logistics / empty shelves 10% Preparedness is...

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Five Capitals

In a struggling economy it’s all too easy to focus exclusively on a finances. The old adage says, “if all you have is a hammer, then everything looks like a nail”—clearly a problem of narrow focus. Money issues create a narrow focus. At that point every looks...

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Run Away Fuel Prices!

Fuel prices are skyrocketing and it is leaving many consumers to ask, "What should I do?" Being prepared is really about reducing the impact of external events on your everyday life. As with many aspects of preparedness, your ability to DO something today to reduce...

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IT COULD HAPPEN AGAIN – TEXAS POWER OUTAGE 2021

We are coming up on the anniversary of the week that rocked the state of Texas. The snow and ice storm that shut down the state last February, the worst in decades, caught everyone off guard. “The storm’s “severity and its reach across the whole state of Texas and the...

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AMCON CORE VALUES

Any organization or individual is driven by the things that they value. Since the beginning AmCon has shared the values: TrustRespectResponsibilityCommunityNot Alone Core values are those things that if removed the organization would cease to exist OR it would fail to...

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Our Core Content Topics

To live out the mission of AmCon, Members of the Network take personal responsibility for their own preparation and response. They join with other like-minded Members and work together to build strong teams and communities. The day-to-day activities of Members are...

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Sample Friday Wrap Oct 15, 2021

Note: This is a sample of the Friday wrap up of the content that has been shared in the AmCon main site feed for the week of Oct, 15. The original article posted on the Members site has multiple links to additional content. As we wrap up this week I want to announce a...

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Planting with a Purpose

Have you considered, before you start planting, that your selection could have a purpose other than color, size and  full or partial sun? Curb appeal and beauty can be easily achieved with many plants that also serve a purpose to provide for you and your family....

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Mike Talks Decision Making

Mike’s assessment to understanding your personal parameters for when you decide to us lethal force. Focus on making split second decisions with a conscious effort. Use this decision point to mentally train for your own well being. It will have lasting effects on you...

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Personal Threat Assessment

You'll benefit from looking at your preparedness. The Personal Threat Assessment shared by Thom is a great starting point. This simple worksheet creates conversation around the "contingencies" specific to your life. You'll face different issues depending on geography...

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Happy birthday AmCon

The Birthday video from Mike posted at the end of this article recapped the first year at AmCon. Without AmCon it was a year unlike any other. Thankfully in the midst of that AmCon was born. From a concept of Americans working together in community to where...

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“STOP THE BLEED CLASS SAVES A MEMBER’S LIFE”

Yesterday we briefly looked at the path of a Member from joining AmCon to becoming a contributing Member of the Network. Along the way, Groups become a trusted training resource. Groups carry most of the responsibility for local events. Today’s post underscores the...

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Welcome to the American Contingency Community!

Welcome to the American Contingency Community!  The reason we created this organization was to create a trusted network of support and teach people training they might need to survive in today’s uncertain times.  With the recent defunding of the police in...

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