Army Survival Guide
After college Taggart spent four years in the army. Three tours, two theatres, one medal, and no regrets. But it was his training at the Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape school at Fort Rucker in Alabama that proved the most valuable in the years since. The lessons he learned in that course were not only useful during deployments, but every time he has stepped into the bush since. Taggart can start a fire from wet wood, quickly build a lean-to for sitting out a rainy afternoon, find camp navigating by the stars, and snare a rabbit for dinner.
This is the official Army Survival Manual. It’s the finest single source for self-reliance for all extreme circumstances. A must for anyone who wants to know how to survive in primitive conditions. The book is very straightforward with many pictures and user-friendly illustrations, written in easy to understand language.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1. Introduction
- Chapter 2. Orientation and Travelling
- Chapter 3. Water
- Chapter 4. Food
- Chapter 5. Firemaking and Cooking
- Chapter 6. Survival in Special Areas
- Chapter 7. Hazards to Survival