A.N.T.S is a network of neighbors helping neighbors. When disaster strikes we help our members in the cities, towns, and states around us by relaying supply pods to any member that needs them.
A.N.T.S should be another piece of you preparation plan.
Six reasons to join A.N.T.S
1 - It cost nothing and you do not have to disclose your location.
2 - Having one member in every city and town will allow us to transport supplies without traveling far from home.
3 - When disaster strikes, relief agencies will bring supplies, but they will be supplying everyone. A.N.T.S will be looking for you.
4 - If you are traveling away from home when disaster strikes you will have a member close by to bring supplies to you or your family.
5 - Supplies are not wasted and will only go to members if requested.
6 - In an interview with Amanda Ripley, the author of The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes—and Why, Craig Fugate, the head of the Federal Emergency Management stated:
"To avoid system collapse, the government must draft the public. We tend to look at the public as a liability. [But] who is going to be the fastest responder when your house falls on your head? Your neighbor.”
To provide members with basic supplies during a disaster.
To have at least one member in every city and town.
A.N.T.S will never ask for money! All supplies must be provided by A.N.T.S members. The best way to assure a stable supply line is by recruiting more ants.
A.N.T.S is a volunteer network, You are not required to act, but in the event that you do, you do so at your own risk and are responsible for your on safety and actions during an incident. All ants should be prepared to take care of themselves and work in teams if they feel unsafe.
A.N.T.S. is a network of individuals. There is no office or officers.
This website is a tool, used by members to communicate with each other.
It is currently maintained by volunteering A.N.T.S member Timothy Scott French.