THE ROAD TO A FOREVER HOME
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Taking as its premise the possibility that Air Force personnel might at any time be faced with an ejection, bailout, or crash landing, and thus find themselves in unfamiliar territory without long-term supplies, the "U.S. Air Force Search & Rescue Handbook" comprises a comprehensive general survival manual for military and civilian use alike. Encyclopedic in its presentation of information, the nearly 600 pages of the "U.S. Air Force Search & Rescue Handbook" covers almost every topic that one could conceivably encounter in a survival situation. Subjects vary from map instruction and mountain-walking techniques to fording streams and rope and knot usage, and include sections on nutrition, fire making, weather prediction, water travel, concealment techniques, and constructing suitable personal survival kits. With dozens of illustrated figures to clarify instructions, the reader will be left with no doubt as to how to react to hundreds of different threats he might face in any terrain in the world.
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