Edited by John Boswell. This is the same survival training that the U.S. military uses to train its troops. It's the only source hikers, campers, explorers or families focused on emergency preparedness will ever need. Includes information on first aid, the psychology of survival, building a shelter, finding food and even surviving disasters including hurricanes, earthquakes and nuclear attacks. Published in 2004. 352 Pages - Softcover.
Publisher: St. Martin's Press Date of Publication: 2004 Number of Pages: 352
Summary of Material:
Topics include how to orienteer with or without a map and compass, how to cross quicksand, bogs and quagmires, how to signal for help, how to set a fracture and tend a burn, how to forecast weather, how to trap, fish and set snares, how to identify poisonous plants, insects and animals, how to survive unusual conditions such as plane crashes and nuclear attacks.
5.6" x 8.2" softbound
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