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SURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERY, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book Progressive Management

SURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERY, Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample this book

Progressive Management

Published May 13th 2011
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79 pages
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SURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERYTake a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book.TABLE OF CONTENTSQUICK REFERENCE CHECKLIST . iCHAPTER IMoreSURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERYTake a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book.TABLE OF CONTENTSQUICK REFERENCE CHECKLIST . iCHAPTER I EVASIONI-1Planning I-1Camouflage.I-1Shelters.I-3Movement .I-3CHAPTER II NAVIGATION.II-1Stay or Move Considerations .II-1Determine Navigation and Position II-2Travel Considerations II-9River TravelII-9Ice and Snow Travel II-9Mountain Hazards II-11Dry Climates II-11Tropical Climates . II-11Open Seas. II-12RADIO COMMUNICATION ANDSIGNALING III-1Radio Communications (Voice andData) III-1Signaling. III-2RECOVERYIV-1Responsibilities.IV-1Initial Actions.IV-1Actions on the Ground/in the Water IV-1Site SelectionIV-2Prepare for RecoveryIV-2Communicate with Recovery Force IV-2General Principles of Recovery.IV-3Unassisted RecoveryIV-3Assisted Recovery IV-5SURVIVAL MEDICINE V-1Immediate First Aid Actions .V-1Common Injuries and IllnessesV-5Plant Medicine .V-9Health and Hygiene .V-12Rules for Avoiding Illness.V-12PERSONAL PROTECTION .VI-1PrioritiesVI-1Care and Use of ClothingVI-1Other Protective Equipment VI-2Shelters VI-3FiresVI-8WATER .VII-1Water RequirementsVII-1Signs and Symptoms of Dehydration.VII-1Water ProcurementVII-1Water Preparation and Storage .VII-7FOOD .VIII-9Food Requirements VIII-9Food Preparation VIII-15FM 3-50.3/NTTP 3-50.3/AFTTP(I) 3-iv 2.26 20 March 2007CHAPTER IXAPPENDICESGLOSSARYFIGURESFood Preservation VIII-17INDUCED CONDITIONS . IX-1Nuclear Conditions. IX-1Biological Conditions IX-6Chemical Conditions IX-6A. The Will to Survive A-1B. Publication Information . B-1. Glossary-1Figure I-1. Camouflage Patterns I-2Figure II-1. Stick and ShadowMethod to Determine North/SouthLineII-2Figure II-2. Wristwatch Method toDetermine North/South Line II-3Figure II-3. Celestial Aids (Stars)Method to Determine North/SouthLineII-3Figure II-4. Map Orientation with aDial or Needle CompassII-4Figure II-5. Map Orientation with aCompass RoseII-5Figure II-6. Triangulation .II-6Figure II-7. Setting the Compass forNight Navigation II-7Figure II-8. Dogleg and 90-DegreeOffset.II-8Figure II-9. Improvised Snowshoes.II-10Figure III-1. Radio TransmissionCharacteristicsIII-1Figure III-2. Size and Ratio.III-3Figure III-3. Signal Key.III-3Figure IV-1. Rescue Strap. IV-4Figure IV-2. Forest Penetrator. IV-4Figure IV-3. Fixed Loop IV-5Figure V-1. Open Airway V-120 March 2007 FM 3-50.3/NTTP 3-50.3/AFTTP(I) 3-2.26 vFigure V-2. Combat-Application-Tourniquet V-2Figure V-3. QuickClot V-3Figure V-4. Useful Plants.V-11Figure VI-1. Improvised Foot WearVI-2Figure VI-2. Sun and Snow Goggles VI-3Figure VI-3. Gaiters VI-3Figure VI-4. Immediate Shelters .VI-4Figure VI-5. Thermal A-FrameVI-5Figure VI-6. Snow Trench.VI-5Figure VI-7. Snow Cave .VI-6Figure VI-8. Poncho/Parachute ShadeShelterVI-7Figure VI-9. Elevated Platform Shelter .