Lessons Learned: After Armageddon (History Channel)

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By Joel Jefferson •  2 min read

I thought it would be a good time to review one of my favorite pandemic shows, After Armageddon. In 2010, History Channel aired After Armageddon, a docudrama about the survivors of a deadly global flu pandemic with actual doctors, self defense experts and emergency preparedness officials weighing in on what could happen in a real pandemic. In my opinion, this is one of the greatest “How to Deal with a Pandemic” shows ever produced with real advice on what could really happen and how to prepare. When the show first aired, it opened a lot of people’s eyes (including mine) to just how fragile our society really is when it comes to our “Just In Time” supply chain system of food, fuel and supplies. While we are still a long ways from a civil unrest, this show has a lot of good takeaways. After Armageddon is worth a watch and hopefully you can pick out some lessons from these experts and the best part is that it is free (see below). Stay positive, help your neighbors and we will all get through this together. Remember, you never want to panic but you also never want to be the last person who panics.

Key Lessons From After Armageddon

Joel Jefferson

Joel is one of the original founders of SurvivalCache.com. After college, he joined the USMC where he served as an (0302) Marine Infantry Officer. Joel is an avid outdoorsman and spends much of his free time in the mountains. Joel’s hobby is researching survival gear & weapons as well as prepping. Read his full interview here.