A Historical Look at Survival Under Attack

Avatar Gaye Levy  |  Updated: November 17, 2020
A Historical Look at Survival Under Attack

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13 Responses to “A Historical Look at Survival Under Attack”

  1. My father worked that bunker in Bothell a few years before you did, apparently, as a Nike technician in the military. In 1976, we moved just a couple of miles away, and I currently live less than a mile from that site. Given the history of the Seattle area, with Boeing and other high priority targets, I have lived with the knowledge that we are at an above average risk of attack. Maybe that has always been a part of what drives me to do my own prepping.

    In any case, thanks for the reminder that our forefathers had to practice many of the same things that we do today!

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