Survival Guide for the US Army: Plan for Avoiding the Enemy

Correct planning It is possible to emerge during this mission. Evasion plan – Evasion from enemy troops.

First, he will give you an action after evasion. Second, it will give action plan, which will facilitate the rescue operation.

Well thought out escape plan, Understand the captivity.

You can read the paragraphs of A-E of paragraph I.

This is a list of tasks.

I. Environment

A. Climate zones
1. Tropical rainy climate
2. Dry climate
3. Temperate climate
4. Cold climate (wet / dry)
5. Polar climate
B. Climatic land zones (any applicable data)
1. Coast
2. Plains
3. Deserts
4. Plateau
5. Mountains
6. Marshes
Seasons a. Temperature
b. Precisionipitation
c. General wind directions
d. Cloud cover
C. Illumination data
– beginning of morning nautical twilight (BMNT),
– end of evening nautical twilight (EENT),
– moon rise,
– moonset,
-% illumination.
D. Territory
1. Neighboring boundaries
2. General terrain a. Coasts
b. The plains
c. Deserts
d. Plateau
e. The mountains
f. Swamps
g. Rivers and lakes
(1) General description and size
(2) Vegetation (a) Wild 1. Tundra
2. Coniferous forest
3. Deciduous forest
4. Steppe
5. Marshland
6. Desert
7. Pasture and arable land
8. Rainforest
9. Savannah
(b) Cultivated
(c) Masking properties (density)
(d) Growth period (flowering)
(e) Edibility 1. Nutritional value
2. Harvesting (young and mature)
3. Preparation
4. Cooking
(f) Toxicity
(g) Medical use
(h) Other uses
(3) Animals and fish (a) Local
(b) Wildlife animals, fish, insects and reptiles
1. Nutritional value
2. Ways to get
3. Preparation
4. Cooking
5. Medical use
6. Risks
7. Toxicity
8. Other uses
(4) Water sources (a) Collection
(b) Suitability
(c) Preparation
3. Natural land obstacles a. Mountain ranges
b. Large rivers
E. Civilian population
1. Population size a. General and density (by districts)
b. Province of the city
2. Clothing and customs
3. Internal Security Forces
4. Control levers and restrictions (to clarify)
5. Border Zone Security
F. Friendly Forces
1. Frontline Defense (FEBA) / Frontline Forces (FLOT)
2. Nearest units
3. Location of friendly or neutral embassies, communication channels, consulates
4. Places of evacuation (explain), areas of loading / unloading on the way
G. Enemy troops
1. Doctrine
2. Tactics
3. Intelligence a. Identification
b. Dislocation
c. Activity
d. Number of
e. Night vision sights

Ii. The task – avoid captivity from start to finish in accordance with the charter

III. Execution (includes routes and actions)

A. General evasion plan from the enemy
(48 hours and after 48 hours)
1. When to start the movement?
2. The location of the movement
3. Actions at the starting point
4. The location of the shelters
5. Movement to the shelters
6. Activities near shelters
7. Movement to shelters
8. Actions on the ground a. Building
b. Take cover
c. Leave shelter
9. The location of the seats
10. Actions in places of release
11. The location of the place of salvation
B. Other tasks
1. Movement a. Story
b. Single positions
c. Navigation
d. Invisibility / listening
e. Security (1) Noise
(2) Light
(3) Comprehensive Security
f. Protection, stealth and disguise
g. Halting behavior (1) Listening (5-10 minutes)
(2) Duration
h. Actions in dangerous areas (under the supervision or fire of the enemy)
i. Actions at detection / contact with the enemy
j. Collection point / meeting place (1) Locations
(2) Actions
2. Care actions for the sick or wounded a. Starting point movement
b. In the direction of travel
3. Actions to cross the border
4. Actions at the rescue site (s)
5. Other actions
6. Preparation and testing
7. Control before driving

Iv. Provision and support

A. Survival tools
1. Health a. First aid
b. Dosese
2. Water a. Collection
b. Cleaning
c. Transportation
3. Power a. Collection
b. Training
c. Cooking
d. Transportation
4. Refuge and comfort / warmth
5. Building a fire
6 The rescue
7. Movement
B. Survival Kit (s)
C. Special equipment
D. Control
1. Responsibility
2. Equipment, items and survival kit (s)

V. Subordination and communication

A. Order of submission (list of evading brigade in order of submission)
B. Communication (including brigade identifier, brigade identifier, crew or brigade location, aircraft type
1. Frequencies a. The main
b. Spare
2. Communication schedule a. Main
b. Alternative
3. Coding a. Symbol of the week
b. Number and password of the day
c. Search and rescue point
d. Presence signal
e. Reliability of information

Understanding the structure evasion plan and planning to apply them. It is necessary to provide every detail. It would be nice to have a survival manual with you.

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