My Journal - Surviving the Collapse

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Tim, along with his new bride and a group of friends, see the country is crumbling under an insane despotic President. This close-knit “prepper” group of friends and family are determined to survive. They have prepared the best they could. Civil war now approaches, the economy is in ruins, the banking system all but nonexistent and food grows scarce. The question is, “Can they survive?” More

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About A.H. Trimble

A.H. Trimble is a pen name and not the author’s actual name. The real author is still a U.S. Government employee waiting retirement in 2017. The author is a US Navy veteran and served nearly 30 years as a structural and wildland firefighter. He has extensive training in emergency services and has participated in major disasters on several continents. The author has served as a Chief Officer in a structural fire department and is currently serving in a federal land management agency as Chief of Suppression Operations for millions of acres of federal and state public lands. Additionally, the author just recently left the Operations Section on a national incident management team where he participated with folks from different government agencies managing major disasters all over the country. The author is also a certified emergency manager.

The author has 1000’s of hours of fire and FEMA training for natural and man-made disasters. In addition to his formal emergency training, the author has taken hundreds of hours of weapons training with SWAT teams and other weapons experts. Professional leadership training has come from a multitude of sources including US Special Forces and their instructors.
In addition to his day job, the author has responsibility for emergency preparedness for 13 church congregations. In this responsibility he has prepared emergency contingency plans, emergency communication plans and even hosted city-wide preparedness fairs.

A.H. Trimble is dedicated to the patriot community and preparing Americans for the coming disasters that will strike America. As an OathKeeper he has sworn an oath do everything in his power to never fail the America or the Americans he loves.

Most of A.H. Trimble’s life falls into three categories; his God his family and his profession. A.H. believes deeply in God as his Heavenly Father and in His son Jesus Christ. He loves the gospel of Jesus Christ, and although he has struggled most of his life, he strives to live up to the basic tenants of being a good Christian. A.H. is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. A.H. is married to a very lovely and wonderful woman whom he has been with for over 10 years now. They have wonderful dates, including his marriage proposal, at the shooting range. His wife has taken considerable training in weapons, has her conceal carry license, and loves her custom built AR-15 with which she is very good. A.H. and his wife are currently purchasing land in the southwest United States on which they will build a cabin for a retreat. I am sure that adventure will strike the match for another book or two.

A.H. Trimble loves to tell folks, “Keep your eyes wide open, your powder dry and your heart open to Christ.”

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Cache Bird reviewed on Jan. 10, 2015

This is a very well written novel that could be a glimpse of our very near future here in America. The author draws on a lifetime of his experiences working in emergency management and writes a very exciting page turner. The characters are well developed and you just can't wait to read each journal entry to see what happens next. He takes you through the preparations of his "group" and how they prepare for what a lot of us are fearing: The collapse of society and the fall of the government. The collapse comes, in a very believable way, and forces the group to bug out of the suburb they live in without letting anyone else know what or where they're going.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)

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