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U.S. Army Zombie Combat Skillsby Cole Louison
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All the combat skills it takes to surviveand win the battle against the Undead—the official U.S. Army field manualThe United States Army is prepared for every kind of combat. This is the soldier’s zombie combat field manual. It explains how to perform the combat skills needed to survive on the battlefield against the hordes of the Undead. All soldiers, across all branches, must learn these basic skills in preparation for battle against reanimated corpses.
Combat against the Undead is chaotic, intense, and shockingly destructive. In your first battle, you will experience the confusing and often terrifying sights, sounds, smells, and dangers of the zombie battlefield—and you must learn to survive and win despite them. You will be surrounded by destruction, death, and the Undead. Your leaders and fellow soldiers will shout urgent commands and warnings, lost in the drone of the advancing enemy. Friendly fire rounds will impact near you. The air will be filled with the smell of explosives, propellant, and decaying flesh. You will hear the screams of devoured comrades.
In all this confusion and fear, if you uphold your Warrior Ethos and follow the training provided in this book, you can win in battle against zombies and return home with honor. The book covers a breadth of topics, including:
Zombie Combat Care and Preventive Medicine
Cover, Concealment, and Camouflage
Urban Area Procedures
“Every Soldier is a Sensor”
Zombie Combat Marksmanship
Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape
This is the Soldier's Zombie Combat Field Manual. It explains how to perform the combat skills needed to survive on the battlefield against the hordes of the undead. All Soldiers, across all branches and components, must learn these basic skills in preparation for battle against reanimated corpses.
About the Author
This book was written by order of the Secretary of the Army.
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