U.s. Military Pocket Survival Guide: Plus Evasion & Recovery by U.s. U.s. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, And Air ForceU.s. Military Pocket Survival Guide: Plus Evasion & Recovery by U.s. U.s. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, And Air Force

U.s. Military Pocket Survival Guide: Plus Evasion & Recovery

byU.s. U.s. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, And Air Force, Matt Larsen

Paperback | July 1, 2009

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Stranded behind enemy lines? Or in America's wilderness? Reach for the U.S. Military Pocket Survival Guide. A decade after its original publication in 1999, this classic manual-included in the survival kits of all branches of the U.S. military-has now been revised and updated for 2009 by military survival expert Matt Larsen. Every combatant's essential guide to outdoor survival, concealment, movement, improvised communications, and recovery in hostile territory, the U.S. Military Pocket Survival Guide represents an invaluable distillation of the information contained in the survival "bible," the U.S. Air Force's enormous Search and Rescue Survival Training.
This manual was written with the joint participation of the approving Service commands. Matt Larsen: An expert graduate of the military's SERE training (Survival, Escape, Rescue), long-time trainer in survival and fighting techniques for the Army Rangers, and graduate of Jungle Survival Training in the Phillippines and Okinawa. The Pre...
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Title:U.s. Military Pocket Survival Guide: Plus Evasion & RecoveryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 7 × 4.25 × 0.4 inPublished:July 1, 2009Publisher:Globe Pequot PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1599214873

ISBN - 13:9781599214870

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Evasion *Planning *Camouflage *Shelters *MovementChapter 2: Navigation *Stay or Move Considerations *Navigation and Position Determination *Travel Considerations *River Travel *Ice and Snow Travel *Mountain Hazards *Summer Hazards *Dry Climates *Tropical Climates *Open SeasChapter 3: Radio Communications and SignalingChapter 4: RecoveryChapter 5: MedicalChapter 6: Personal ProtectionChapter 7: WaterChapter 8: FoodChapter 9: Induced ConditionsAppendix A: The Will to Survive