Survivability for the Common Man

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Pathfinder School LLC, Jul 16, 2010
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Not sure who moderates these posts but I was hoping to get a Review of this book. I wasn't expecting to read all of this Drama.
Can someone who has actually read this book please write an honest review?

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dave cantebury sure may have made his military resume look sparkly to the discovery channel but anyone who says this man is a fraud or a cheat does not know a thing about survival or self reliance. its not a military career that gives you the experience, (its the training they give you in the military regardless), what - you think that just because you sign up to risk your life for your country makes you a survival guru? no. - this guys youtube channel offers much more in depth survival tips and lessons - on par if not better than standard military training anyway, very knowledgeable man and very valuable lessons taught. 

About the author (2010)

Dave Canterbury has more than 20 years of experience and personal training from both a Civilian and Military standpoint. He joined the U.S. Army at age 17, eventually becoming a Special Reaction Team (SRT) Team Leader and Trainer, SRT sniper (Marksmen). He trained soldiers in the U.S., Central America and Korea in unarmed combat and close-quarter techniques. After leaving the Army, Canterbury worked on a reptile farm and as a commercial fisherman and diver in the Florida saltwater marshes. He put his background, skills and training to work for the next phase of his career — learning and now teaching wilderness survival at his Pathfinder Training School in Southeast Ohio. Canterbury, a professional hunting guide and tracker, has posted over 300 survival-themed instructional videos on the web. He is also the author of The Pathfinder System: A Common Man's Guide to Survivability.He is the Owner of the Pathfinder Training School in SE Ohio and has over 500 students Worldwide.

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