by: Noor Abbas Mirza Deputy Director of Aerospace & Defense Projects.
As a common person, it’s understandable that the thought of war might be far from a common mind. However, it is important to be prepared for any eventuality, including the possibility of war.
Here are a few reasons why one should be ready for war as a common man; Unexpectedness: Wars can happen suddenly, without warning. In such a scenario, being prepared can help you to stay safe and protect your loved ones.
Basic needs: In times of war, basic necessities like food, water, and shelter can become scarce. It’s crucial to have a stockpile of these essential items so that you can weather any crisis.
Safety and security: War can lead to violence and unrest, putting you and your family at risk. By being prepared, you can increase your safety and security, and ensure that you have a plan in case of an emergency.
Self-sufficiency: In times of war, it may not be possible to rely on outside help. By being prepared, you can become self-sufficient, and provide for your family even in the toughest of times.
Mental health: The stress and uncertainty of war can take a toll on your mental health. Being prepared can help you to manage your stress levels and stay calm in the face of adversity.
Being ready for war as a common man is not just a matter of being proactive, but also a matter of personal and family safety. By being prepared, you can protect yourself and your loved ones, and ensure that you have what you need to survive in times of crisis.
This blog is just for the understanding of a common man’s role in a war scenario. In Pakistan, we use to have a National Cadet Course (NCC) that used to train people in a lot of things including basic firearm utilization. We are in need of NCC!