Resupply Stations – The Grid Concept
Zombie Survival Crew command has been working on the appropriate strategy for mobilizing the crew in the event of a Zombiepocalypse or other global cataclysmic event. Honorable Brigadier, JL Coburn (SAPPED), has amassed a great amount of data and provided it to the Oracle for her to sift through to come up with the best plan.
Zombie Survival Crew command has been working on the appropriate strategy for mobilizing the crew in the event of a Zombiepocalypse or other global cataclysmic event. Honorable Brigadier, JL Coburn (SAPPED), has amassed a great amount of data and provided it to the Oracle for her to sift through to come up with the best plan. While we plan to expand our escape routes globally, command determined that since the bulk of the ZSC loyalists are in the continental United States, that should be the starting point for the development of escape routes and resupply stations.
The Oracle started off working with bubble or cell concept, but then realized the benefits of switching to a grid concept. The map attached to this post shows the location of both the phase I and phase II resupply stations (Click the map to view full size). By applying a grid to the map of the United States, we broke the United States into 23 phase I sectors, which will then roll into 6 phase II sectors. The idea behind the resupply stations is that when we have been notified that mobilization is necessary, we grab our Go Bags and bug out — but where do we go? To the resupply station. Each brigade has different Go Bag essentials so that when all brigades meet at the resupply stations, each station will have the necessary supplies to support the community in the preparation to move on to the phase II stations.
We will provide more details and instructions involved with the full plan, but wanted to introduce the crew to the first set of resupply stations. Make sure you know where your resupply station is so you can start planning how you will get there. We cannot anticipate that we will have transportation means other than travel by foot, so factor that into your plans. In reviewing the map, if your location falls under one of the grid lines, you make the determination as to which resupply station is the one you will head toward. The resupply station locations are listed below: **Note** – The colors of the markers are not brigade specific — they are only indicative of the various resupply station groups.
North East Group (Blue)
- Burlington, VT (Phase II site)
- Cleveland, OH
- Wilmington, DE
South East Group (Green)
- Atlanta, GA (Phase II site)
- Berea, KY
- Kissimmee, FL
North Central Group (Red)
- Duluth, MN (Phase II site)
- Waterloo, IA
- Bismarck, ND
- Alliance, NE
South Central Group (Aqua)
- Midland, TX (Phase II site)
- San Antonio, TX
- Monroe, LA
- Springfield, MO
- Liberal, KS
North West Group (Yellow)
- Pocatello, ID (Phase II site)
- Helena, MT
- Yakima, WA
- Lakeview, OR
South West Group (Purple)
- Madera, CA (Phase II site)
- Phoenix, AZ
- St. George, UT
- Anaheim, CA
To read more on all resupply stations, please go to our (for members only) Key Links under the Escape Routes/Resupply Stations section
No Orange? … 🙁
The colors are not linked to the brigades, so please don’t think the Orange Brigade is slighted. The United States will have 6 major resupply stations and every brigades’ representation will be essential for success.
I’m working on getting my go bag ready. Blue Brigade in South Bend, In signing in =)
Excellent!! You’ll be headed to Cleveland in the event we need to mobilize. *salutes*
Purple Brigade in Festus reporting-toe warmers locked and loaded !
Never underestimate the value of good toe warmers. Proud to have you as a member of the Purple brigade. *salutes*
So awesome. Awaiting the word in my SE Cleveland suburb. Three bows, many arrows readied. Coffee beans in my pocket. Flask full. Bring it on! – Yellow Brigade Comrade
Red Brigade, New Hampshire.
Looks like I’m heading up to Burlington, VT on Z-Day. Damn, that’s a long drive! I’ll steal my neighbor’s Humvee. It’s good for running over dead things.
Blue Brigade in Pennsylvania, preparing my go bag at this very moment.