U.S. Air Force Survival Handbook
A fascinating piece of Air Force history and the perfect survivalist handbook for getting through the worst outdoor conditions or situations.
Originally written to help pilots who find themselves in hostile environments, the U.S. Air Force Survival Handbook is a comprehensive manual of outdoor survival techniques, including expert advice on:
Outlining specific threats found in many different types of terrain and how to deal with them, the U.S. Air Force Survival Handbook will be invaluable to all who enjoy the outdoors and anyone seeking insight into the training tactics of the U.S. Air Force.
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Rough Land Travel and Evacuation Techniques
Proper Body Temperature
Legal and Moral Obligations
Factors of Successful Evasion
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