Synopses & Reviews
SURVIVE HARSH TERRAIN, EXTREME CONDITIONS AND LIFE-THREATENING SITUATIONS
Packed with tips, tricks, and clear instructions, Special Forces Survival Guide presents the vital techniques used by the world's best trained soldiers to stay alive in the wild, including how to:
•Find Food and Water
•Start a Fire
•Craft Tools and Weapons
•Navigate without a Compass
•Signal for Help and First Aid
This book presents the field-tested skills of the most elite commandos including the:
•French Foreign Legion
There is nothing as challenging as parachuting into the remote wilderness of a hostile country and being left to fend for oneself by a government that would deny ones very existence. Staying alive under these harsh conditions requires the best training in the world, and that is exactly what Special Forces Survival Guide provides. With its detailed instructions, helpful photographs and step-by-step illustrations, Special Forces Survival Guide arms readers with the same battle-tested techniques used by the military's bravest, most elite soldiers. Readers learn everything from constructing shelters, finding water, and starting fires to making arrows, tracking animals, and navigating by the stars. Thanks to the tips, tricks and skills in Special Forces Survival Guide, readers can develop the confidence to venture farther on their outdoor adventures and trek into unknown terrain.
About the Author
Chris McNab: Dr Chris McNab is a writer and editor who has published more than 40 books on topics ranging from military history to crime and survival. Chris research has taken him into military and law enforcement units on both sides of the Atlantic, and he has contributed to newspapers and magazines on a wide range of current affairs and historical subjects. He lives in London.