Survival Guide The US Army is based on the very word “survival“(Original survival – a comment of the translator). survival tactics. Apply survival skills. Remember, the key word is survival.
1-1. Below we can tell you about it. Survival. For all the work for you.
You – find out the situation
1-2. In the database, look for shelter. Remember that safety is a priority. Use hearing, smell and sight. He attacks, defends or retreats. Making up rescue plan, consider everything.
1-3. Determine the type of terrain. Find out what’s going on you. It is a jungle or jungle forest landscape, including the rhythm of animals, animals and animals. This also includes the actions of the enemy and civilians.
The physical state
1-4. During a battle or emergency leading to survival, can get hurt or get hurt. Do the inspection and give first aid. In the future, try to avoid any damage. For example, to prevent dehydration, drink plenty of water regardless of the climate. To avoid hypothermia in cold or humid climates, wear extra clothing.
1-5. Perhaps, the equipment was lost. Do an audit. Know what you have with you.
1-6. After assessing the situation, environment, physical condition and equipment, you can proceed to the compilation survival plan. At the same time, it needs to take water, food and shelter.
J – Wait, listen to your feelings.
1-7. Hurry up – make people laugh. You can’t make up your mind for death or capture. Do not take action for the sake of action. Consider survival situation from all sides before making a decision and responding. If you’re a little bit different, you’ll get it. Plan everything. Be ready to quickly advance without endangering, if the enemy is near. Use your senses to assess the situation. Pay attention to the sounds and smells. Notice temperature changes. Always watch.
And – Explore location and important points.
1-8. Locate your location on the surrounding area. This principle should always be followed. Everyone knows your location. It is a map and compass. To survive take them if that person dies. Where you are going. Do not rely on others. Constantly check with the map. Always determine your location relative to:
- Enemies and territories controlled by them.
- Allies and territories controlled by them.
- Local water sources (especially in the desert).
- Places providing shelter and camouflage.
1-9. You must make a decision. shelter.
Q – Master yourself, don’t give in to fear and panic.
1-10. The most important enemies during survival and cover – fear and panic. It’s a matter of fact that it’s not. These feelings will deplete you. Survival training self-confidence will overcome fear and panic.
A – Adapt equipment to your needs
1-11. It is easy to satisfy all your needs. Many things to do. “Came-gone” is a culture of meaningless. Lack of experience in the “ability to manage” will be the enemy in an emergency. Learn to improvise. It can be used.
1-12. Learn to use natural resources for various purposes. For example, a stone instead of a hammer. It can be run out or wear out. When your belongings become worthless, imagination will be needed.
H – Tune in to fight
1-13. We were used to an easy life. Not inconvenience. What happens when you come across inconvenience and discomfort? At such a moment is important will to live. Experience and knowledge gained through life and army training, will be the basis of your will. Stubbornness, overcoming problems and obstacles encountered.
And – Play local
1-14. Local animals and residents have adapted to the environment. Do you want also? Watch their behavior in everyday life. When you eat or get food? When and where do you get the water? What time do you usually go to bed and get up? This is important if you want to avoid being captured.
1-15. Fauna can tell how survive. Animals also need food, water and shelter. Watching them, you can find sources of water and food.
Warning: Animals are not a 100% source of information. Humans can eat plants harmful to humans.
1-16. Give your enemy your position.
1-17. Find out how to get water and food. You can get valuable friends. What is the most important you will know how to adapt to the environment and increase the chances of survival.
E – Have a brain, use it with skills.
1-18. No training survival basics it is quite small.
1-19. Learn basic skills now – not in combat. Your gear will affect yours. survival. Know your environment. For example, for the desert – water.
1-21. Develop survival memo, allowing to defeat the enemy and survive. Include food, water, shelter, fire, PMP and communications in order of importance. For example, in cold climates, a fire is required to warm; shelter for protection from cold, wind and rain; traps and traps for food; signaling equipment for allied aircraft; PMP to maintain health. When injured, it will be a priority.
Figure 1-1. Survival Guide
1-22 Edit the memo along with the changing situation. Reading this survival manual, remember the keyword Survival as well as the meaning of each letter (Fig. 1-1), as well as the need for a memo.
Survival Guide for the US Army. Chapter 1: Survival Tactics