Soldier's Handbook for Individual Operations and Survival in Cold-Weather Areas: Training Circular, Issues 21-23

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Smashbooks, Mar 17, 1986 - 80 pages
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This handbook is an aid for soldiers in cold climates. However, expertise in dealing with cold weather operations cannot be gained just from reading this handbook. To develop successful cold-weather field techniques, application training and operational experience are necessary. Additional information is available in FM 31-70, FM 31-71, FM 90-11 (TBP), and FM 9-207. Military history of operations in northern areas shows that man's success or failure is measured by his regard for the dominant characteristics of a cold-weather environment. For a soldier to become a cold-weather expert, he must learn the techniques and rules needed to fight and live in a cold-weather climate.
 

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Contents

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SURVIVAL
10-1
APPENDIX A WIND CHILL
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