SAS Survival Handbook: How to Survive in the WIld, in Any Climate, on Land Or at Sea

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Harper Collins, Mar 1, 2004 - Reference - 576 pages
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A survival guide from the Special Air Service offers a complete course on how to be prepared for any type of emergency--from natural disasters to terrorist attacks to wilderness adventures--explaining how to adapt successfully to various climates, how toidentify edible plants, and how to build a fire, with tips on first aid, campcraft, emergency preparation, and more. The SAS Survival Handbook is the Special Air Service's complete course in being prepared for any type of emergency. John Wiseman presentsreal strategies for surviving in any type of situation, from accidents and escape procedures, including chemical and nuclear to successfully adapting to various climates (polar, tropical, desert), to identifying edible plants and creating fire. The book is extremely practical and is illustrated throughout with easy-to-understand line art and diagrams.

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The item was as described but the price ...hmmm I thought I was getting a deal but I found the item on ebay for less...that was a a disappointment and shipping took too long...well lets just say the whole buying experience was a disappointment. Read full review

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Very respectable manly manual add it to your survival library now. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

John 'Lofty' Wiseman served in the British Special Air Service (SAS) for twenty-six years. The "SAS Survival Handbook" is based on the training techniques of this world-famous elite fighting force.

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