-Military Grade Survival Manual-
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER I EVASION
1. Planning. I-1
2. Camouflage I-1
CHAPTER II NAVIGATION
1. Stay or Move Considerations . II-1
2. Navigation and Position Determination . II-1
3. Travel Considerations. II-10
4. River Travel. II-10
5. Ice and Snow Travel . II-11
6. Mountain HazardsII-12
7. Summer HazardsII-12
8. Dry Climates II-12
9. Tropical ClimatesII-13
10. Open Seas . II-13
CHAPTER III RADIO COMMUNICATIONS AND SIGNALING
1. Radio Communications (Voice and Data) III-1
CHAPTER IV RECOVERY
1. Responsibilities IV-1
2. Site Selection. IV-1
3. Site PreparationIV-1
4. Recovery ProceduresIV-1
CHAPTER V MEDICAL
1. Immediate First Aid Actions V-1
2. Common Injuries and Illnesses V-9
3. Plant Medicine. V-15
4. Health and HygieneV-18
6. Rules for Avoiding Illness. V-18
CHAPTER VI PERSONAL PROTECTION
2. Care and Use of ClothingVI-1
3. Other Protective Equipment VI-2
5. Fires . VI-8
CHAPTER VII WATER
1. Water RequirementsVII-1
2. Water ProcurementVII-1
3. Water Preparation and Storage. VII-7
CHAPTER VIII FOOD
1. Food Procurement. VIII-1
2. Food PreparationVIII-9
3. Food Preservation . VIII-11
CHAPTER IX INDUCED CONDITIONS
1. Nuclear Conditions . IX-1
2. Biological ConditionsIX-6
3. Chemical Conditions . IX-7
APPENDIX A THE WILL TO SURVIVE. A-1
APPENDIX B PUBLICATION INFORMATION B-2
Here are the few paragraphs from the book:
a. Review the quick reference checklist on the inside cover.
b. Guidelines for successful evasion include¾-
(1) Keeping a positive attitude.
(2) Using established procedures.
(3) Following your evasion plan of action.
(4) Being patient.
(5) Drinking water (DO NOT eat food without water).
(6) Conserving strength for critical periods.
(7) Resting and sleeping as much as possible.
(8) Staying out of sight.
c. The following odors stand out and may give an evader away:
(1) Scented soaps and shampoos.
(2) Shaving cream, after-shave lotion, or other cosmetics.
(3) Insect repellent (camouflage stick is least scented).
(4) Gum and candy (smell is strong or sweet).
(5) Tobacco (odor is unmistakable).
d. Where to go (initiate evasion plan of action):
(1) Near a suitable area for recovery.
(2) Selected area for evasion.
(3) Neutral or friendly country or area.
(4) Designated area for recovery.
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