The U.S. Army Survival Manual: Department of the Army Field Manual 21-76

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Ulysses Press, Aug 1, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 288 pages
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From trekking across the desert and bushwhacking through the jungle to conserving body heat in the Arctic and rappelling down a mountain cliff, The U.S. Army Survival Manual presents the field-tested techniques that have proven effective in times of imminent danger and extreme distress.
Perfect for Army grunts and weekend outdoorsmen alike, this book teaches the survival skills every camper, hiker and hunter should master before heading into the wild:
-Erecting shelter
-Gathering edible plants
-Fishing, hunting and trapping game
-Locating and collecting fresh water
-Starting fires and cooking food
-Navigating and orientating

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