Joe has been prepping for six years and has enough food to feed 24 people for two years. His stockade also includes 1500 gallons of water and a global communications system. He believes a “wiper” (a code that instructs a computer system to self-destruct) will take out the country’s telecommunications systems. One of his current projects is to build a post-apocalyptic schoolhouse to re-educate people after disaster, which his wife (who holds two Masters) will oversee.
His lifeboat includes a psychologist, paramedic, teachers, construction specialists and a military strategist named Catfish. The system consists of barbed wire fencing, razor wire, thorn mesquite plants (devil trees) and homemade claymores that will help protect a 40-mile radius. When this doesn’t prove effective, the group decides to create an experimental aircraft called the “gyro-copter” in order to maintain aerial dominance. Capable of taking off and landing in low spaces, it can operate at a tenth of a regular airplane’s fuel cost and can land even after being damaged. Initially, the engine won’t start, but they manage to get it fixed and test it successfully. See how the test flight went:
Don’t Miss the Back-to-Back Premieres and Season Finale of Doomsday Preppers Tonight at 8P.