Be­ing in Con­di­tion Yel­low dur­ing wak­ing hours isn’t a gru­el­ing ex­er­cise.

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dur­ing wak­ing hours when not in an­other alert level, and the in­di­vid­ual should be ca­su­ally ob­serv­ing ev­ery­thing that’s hap­pen­ing around them.

OR­ANGE: A po­ten­tial threat has been ob­served, or some­thing has drawn our at­ten­tion that doesn’t seem to fit the sit­u­a­tion. The in­di­vid­ual should be do­ing a con­stant anal­y­sis of what’s hap­pen­ing and be think­ing in terms of, “If x hap­pens, I will need to do y,” but no overt ac­tion is taken at this point.

RED: The in­di­vid­ual has iden­ti­fied a real and im­mi­nent threat they must deal with up to a lethal re­sponse—de­pend­ing on the sit­u­a­tion and the sever­ity of the threat.

Although home is con­sid­ered to be the safe zone, it still pays to know where fam­ily

mem­bers are and if en­trances are se­cured. Pay at­ten­tion to your in­stincts if some­thing

“feels” wrong.

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