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SECTION 1 SURVIVAL ACTIONS
S—SIZE UP THE SITUATION
Size Up Your Surroundings
Size Up Your Physical Condition
Size Up Your Equipment
U—USE ALL YOUR SENSES, UNDUE HASTE MAKES WASTE
R—REMEMBER WHERE YOU ARE
V—VANQUISH FEAR AND PANIC
I—IMPROVISE
V—VALUE LIVING
A—ACT LIKE THE NATIVES
L—LIVE BY YOUR WITS, BUT FOR NOW, LEARN BASIC SKILLS
SECTION 2 PATTERN FOR SURVIVAL
SECTION 1 A LOOK AT STRESS
NEED FOR STRESS
SURVIVAL STRESSORS
Injury, Illness, or Death
Uncertainly and Lack of Control
Environment
Hunger and Thirst
Fatigue
Isolation
SECTION 2 NATURAL REACTIONS
FEAR
ANXIETY
ANGER AND FRUSTRATION
DEPRESSION
LONELINESS AND BOREDOM
GUILT
SECTION 3 PREPARING YOURSELF
KNOW YOURSELF
ANTICIPATE FEARS
BE REALISTIC
ADOPT A POSITIVE ATTITUDE
REMIND YOURSELF WHAT IS AT STAKE
TRAIN
LEARN STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
SECTION 1 IMPORTANCE OF PLANNING
SECTION 2 SURVIVAL KITS
SECTION 1 REQUIREMENTS FOR MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH
WATER
FOOD
Plant Foods
Animal Foods
PERSONAL HYGIENE
Keep Your Hands Clean
Keep Your Hair Clean
Keep Your Clothing Clean
Keep Your Teeth Clean
Take Care of Your Feet
Get Sufficient Rest
Keep Camp Site Clean
SECTION 2 MEDICAL EMERGENCIES
BREATHING PROBLEMS
SEVERE BLEEDING
SHOCK
SECTION 3 LIFESAVING STEPS
OPEN AIRWAY AND MAINTAIN
CONTROL BLEEDING
Elevation
Pressure Points
Digital Ligation
Tourniquet
PREVENT AND TREAT SHOCK
SECTION 4 BONE AND JOINT INJURY
FRACTURES
DISLOCATIONS
SPRAINS
SECTION 5 BITES AND STINGS
TREATMENT
BEE AND WASP STINGS
SPIDER BITES AND SCORPION STINGS
SNAKEBITES
SECTION 6 WOUNDS
OPEN WOUNDS
SKIN DISEASES AND AILMENTS
Boils
Fungal Infections
Rashes
FROSTBITE
TRENCH FOOT
BURNS
SECTION 7 ENVIRONMENTAL INJURIES
HEATSTROKE
HYPOTHERMIA
DIARRHEA
INTESTINAL PARASITES
SECTION 8 HERBAL MEDICINES
SECTION 1 SHELTER SITE SELECTION
SECTION 2 TYPES OF SHELTERS
PONCHO LEAN-TO
PONCHO TENT
THREE-POLE PARACHUTE TEPEE
ONE-POLE PARACHUTE TEPEE
NO-POLE PARACHUTE TEPEE
ONE-MAN SHELTER
PARACHUTE HAMMOCK
FIELD-EXPEDIENT LEAN-TO
SWAMP BED
NATURAL SHELTERS
DEBRIS HUT
TREE-PIT SNOW SHELTER
BEACH SHADE SHELTER
DESERT SHELTERS
SECTION 1 WATER SOURCES
SECTION 2 STILL CONSTRUCTION
ABOVEGROUND STILL
BELOWGROUND STILL
SECTION 3 WATER PURIFICATION
SECTION 4 WATER FILTRATION DEVICES
SECTION 1 BASIC FIRE PRINCIPLES
SECTION 2 SITE SELECTION AND PREPARATION
SECTION 3 FIRE MATERIAL SELECTION
SECTION 4 HOW TO BUILD A FIRE
TEPEE
LEAN-TO
CROSS-DITCH
PYRAMID
SECTION 5 HOW TO LIGHT A FIRE
MODERN METHODS
Matches
Convex Lens
Metal Match
Battery
Gunpowder
PRIMITIVE METHODS
Flint and Steel
Fire-plow
Bow and Drill
SECTION 1 ANIMALS FOR FOOD
INSECTS
WORMS
CRUSTACEANS
MOLLUSKS
FISH
AMPHIBIANS
REPTILES
BIRDS
MAMMALS
SECTION 2 TRAPS AND SNARES
USE OF BAIT
TRAP AND SNARE CONSTRUCTION
Simple Snare
Drag Noose
Twitch-up
Twitch-up Snare
Squirrel Pole
Ojibwa Bird Pole
Noosing Wand
Treadle Spring Snare
Figure 4 Deadfall
Paiute Deadfall
Bow Trap
Pig Spear Shaft
Bottle Trap
SECTION 3 KILLING DEVICES
RABBIT STICK
SPEAR
BOW AND ARROW
SLING
SECTION 4 FISHING DEVICES
IMPROVISED FISHHOOKS
STAKEOUT
GILL NET
SPEARFISHING
CHOP FISHING
FISH POISON
SNAKES
SKINNING AND BUTCHERING GAME
SMOKING MEAT
DRYING MEAT
OTHER PRESERVATION METHODS
Freezing
Brine and Salt
SECTION 1 EDIBILITY OF PLANTS
PLANT IDENTIFICATION
UNIVERSAL EDIBILITY TEST
SEAWEEDS
PREPARATION OF PLANT FOOD
SECTION 2 PLANTS FOR MEDICINE
TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
SPECIFIC REMEDIES
SECTION 1 HOW PLANTS POISON
SECTION 2 ALL ABOUT PLANTS
SECTION 3 RULES FOR AVOIDING POISONOUS PLANTS
SECTION 4 CONTACT DERMATITIS
SECTION 5 INGESTION POISONING
SECTION 1 INSECTS AND ARACHNIDS
SCORPIONS
SPIDERS
CENTIPEDES AND MILLIPEDES
BEES, WASPS, AND HORNETS
TICKS
SECTION 2 LEECHES
SECTION 4 POISONOUS SNAKES
SNAKE-FREE AREAS
SECTION 5 DANGEROUS LIZARDS
GILA MONSTER
MEXICAN BEADED LIZARD
KOMODO DRAGON
SECTION 6 DANGERS IN RIVERS
ELECTRIC EEL
PIRANHA
TURTLE
PLATYPUS
SECTION 7 DANGERS IN BAYS AND ESTUARIES
SECTION 8 SALTWATER DANGERS
FISH DANGEROUS TO HANDLE, TOUCH, OR CONTACT
Shark
Rabbitfish
Tang
Toadfish
Scorpion Fish
Stonefish
Weever Fish
ANIMALS AND FISH POISONOUS TO EAT
Blowfish
Triggerfish
Barracuda
OTHER DANGEROUS SEA CREATURES
Blue-Ringed Octopus
Jellyfish
Cone Shell
Auger Shell
SIMPLE CLUB
WEIGHTED CLUB
SLING CLUB
SECTION 2 EDGED WEAPONS
KNIVES
Stone
Bone
Wood
Metal
Other Materials
SPEAR BLADES
ARROW POINTS
SECTION 3 OTHER EXPEDIENT WEAPONS
THROWING STICK
ARCHERY EQUIPMENT
BOLA
SECTION 4 LASHING AND CORDAGE
NATURAL CORDAGE SELECTION
LASHING MATERIAL
SECTION 5 RUCKSACK CONSTRUCTION
HORSESHOE PACK
SQUARE PACK
SECTION 6 CLOTHING AND INSULATION
PARACHUTE ASSEMBLY
ANIMAL SKINS
PLANT FIBERS
SECTION 7 COOKING AND EATING UTENSILS
BOWLS
FORKS, KNIVES, AND SPOONS
POTS
WATER BOTTLES
SECTION 1 TERRAIN
MOUNTAIN DESERTS
ROCKY PLATEAU DESERTS
SANDY OR DUNE DESERTS
SALT MARSHES
BROKEN TERRAIN
SECTION 2 ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
b. Intense sunlight and heat
LOW RAINFALL
INTENSE SUNLIGHT AND HEAT
WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE
SPARSE VEGETATION
HIGH MINERAL CONTENT
SANDSTORMS
MIRAGES
SECTION 3 NEED FOR WATER
SECTION 4 HEAT CASUALTIES
HEAT CRAMPS
HEAT EXHAUSTION
HEAT STROKE
SECTION 6 DESERT HAZARDS
SECTION 1 TROPICAL WEATHER
SECTION 2 JUNGLE TYPES
TROPICAL RAIN FORESTS
SECONDARY JUNGLES
SEMIEVERGREEN SEASONAL AND MONSOON FORESTS
TROPICAL SCRUB AND THORN FORESTS
TROPICAL SAVANNAS
SALTWATER SWAMPS
FRESHWATER SWAMPS
SECTION 3 TRAVEL THROUGH JUNGLE AREAS
SECTION 4 IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATIONS
SECTION 5 WATER PROCUREMENT
ANIMALS AS SIGNS OF WATER
WATER FROM PLANTS
Vines
Roots
Palm Trees
WATER FROM CONDENSATION
SECTION 7 POISONOUS PLANTS
SECTION 1 COLD REGIONS AND LOCATIONS
WET COLD WEATHER ENVIRONMENTS
DRY COLD WEATHER ENVIRONMENTS
SECTION 2 WINDCHILL
SECTION 3 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL
SECTION 4 HYGIENE
SECTION 5 MEDICAL ASPECTS
SECTION 6 COLD INJURIES
TRENCH FOOT AND IMMERSION FOOT
DEHYDRATION
COLD DIURESIS
SUNBURN
SNOW BLINDNESS
CONSTIPATION
INSECT BITES
SECTION 7 SHELTERS
SNOW CAVE SHELTER
SNOW TRENCH SHELTER
SNOW BLOCK AND PARACHUTE SHELTER
SNOW HOUSE OR IGLOO
LEAN-TO SHELTER
FALLEN TREE SHELTER
TREE-PIT SHELTER
20-MAN LIFE RAFT
SEA ICE ANIMALS
PLANTS
HOT WEATHER CONSIDERATIONS
RAFT PROCEDURES
One-man Raft
Seven-man Raft
Twenty- or Twenty-Five-Man Rafts
SAILING RAFTS
Short Water Rations
Solar Still
Desalting Kits
Water from Fish
Sea Ice
FOOD PROCUREMENT
Fish
Fishing Aids
Helpful Fishing Hints
Birds
MEDICAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SEA SURVIVAL
Seasickness
Saltwater Sores
Immersion Rot, Frostbite, and Hypothermia
Blindness/Headache
Constipation
Difficult Urination
Sunburn
SHARKS
DETECTING LAND
RAFTING OR BEACHING TECHNIQUES
SWIMMING ASHORE
PICKUP OR RESCUE
SECTION 2 SEASHORES
SPECIAL HEALTH HAZARDS
Coral
Poisonous Fish
Aggressive Fish
Sea Snakes
Crocodiles
Sea Urchins, Sea Biscuits, Sponges, and Anemones
Tides and Undertow
Mollusks
Worms
Crabs, Lobsters, and Barnacles
Sea Urchins
Sea Cucumbers
SECTION 1 RIVERS AND STREAMS
SECTION 2 RAPIDS
BRUSH RAFT
AUSTRALIAN PONCHO RAFT
SECTION 4 MAKING IMPROVISED COMPASSES
SECTION 5 OTHER MEANS OF DETERMINING DIRECTION
SECTION 2 MEANS FOR SIGNALING
VISUAL SIGNALS
Fire
Smoke
Smoke Grenades
Pen Flares
Tracer Ammunition
Star Clusters
Star Parachute Flares
Mirrors or Shiny Objects
Flashlight or Strobe Light
VS-17 Panel
Clothing
Natural Material
Sea Dye Markers
AUDIO SIGNALS
Radio Equipment
Whistles
Gunshots
SECTION 3 CODES AND SIGNALS
GROUND-TO-AIR EMERGENCY CODE
BODY SIGNALS
PANEL SIGNALS
AIRCRAFT ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
SECTION 4 AIRCRAFT VECTORING PROCEDURES
SECTION 1 PHASES OF PLANNING
CONTINGENCY PLAN OF ACTION (CPA)
STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
NOTIFICATION TO MOVE AND AVOID CAPTURE
HIDE SITE ACTIVITIES
HOLE-UP AREAS
SECTION 3 RETURN TO FRIENDLY CONTROL
BORDER CROSSINGS
LINKUP AT THE FEBA/FLOT
LINKUP WITH FRIENDLY PATROLS
SECTION 1 PERSONAL CAMOUFLAGE
SHAPE AND OUTLINE
COLOR AND TEXTURE
SHINE
SHADOW
MOVEMENT
NOISE
SCENT
SECTION 2 METHODS OF STALKING
UPRIGHT STALKING
CRAWLING
PRONE STAKING
ANIMAL STALKING
SECTION 1 CONTACT WITH LOCAL PEOPLE
SECTION 2 THE SURVIVOR’S BEHAVIOR
SECTION 3 CHANGES TO POLITICAL ALLEGIANCE
SECTION 1 THE NUCLEAR ENVIRONMENT
EFFECTS OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS
Blast
Thermal Radiation
Nuclear Radiation
TYPES OF NUCLEAR BURSTS
NUCLEAR INJURIES
Blast Injuries
Thermal Injuries
Radiation Injuries
RESIDUAL RADIATION
Induced Radiation
Fallout
BODILY REACTIONS TO RADIATION
Recovery Capability
External and Internal Hazards
Symptoms
COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST PENETRATING EXTERNAL RADIATION
Time
Distance
Shielding
Special Medical Aspects
SHELTER
Shielding Materials
Natural Shelters
Trenches
Other Shelters
Roofs
Shelter Site Selection and Preparation
Exposure Timetable
WATER PROCUREMENT
Safest Water Sources
Streams and Rivers
Standing Water
Additional Precautions
Animals as a Food Source
Plants as a Food Source
SECTION 2 BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENTS
BIOLOGICAL AGENTS AND EFFECTS
Germs
Toxins
DETECTION OF BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
INFLUENCE OF WEATHER AND TERRAIN
PROTECTION AGAINST BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
SECTION 3 CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENTS
DETECTION OF CHEMICAL AGENTS
PROTECTION AGAINST CHEMICAL AGENTS
APPENDIX A SURVIVAL KITS
APPENDIX B EDIBLE AND MEDICINAL PLANTS
Calligonum comosum
Acacia farnesiana
AGAVE Agave SPECIES
Prunus amygdalus
AMARANTH Amaranthus SPECIES
Salix arctica
Asparagus officinalis
Aegle marmelos
BAMBOO VARIOUS SPECIES INCLUDING Bambusa, Dendrocalamus, Phyllostachys
Adansonia digitata
Flacourtia inermis
Arctostaphylos uvaursi
Antidesma Bunius
Artocarpus incisa
Arctium lappa
Corypha elata
Canna indica
Ceratonia siliqua
Anacardium occidentale
Typha latifolia
Castanea sativa
Cichorium intybus
Cyperus esculentus
Cocos nucifera
Ziziphus jujuba
Vaccinium macrocarpon
Empetrum nigrum
Cavanillesia platanifolia
Taraxacum officinale
Phoenix dactylifera
Hemerocallis fulva
Duchesnea indica
Sambucus canadensis
Epilobium angustifolium
Caryota Urens
Psophocarpus tetragonolobus
Moringa pterygosperma
Cetraria islandica
JUNIPER Juniperus SPECIES
Xanthosoma caracu
Mangifera indica
Manihot utillissima
Caltha palustris
NETTLE Urtica AND Laportea SPECIES
Nips fruticans
OAK Quercus SPECIES
Sabal palmetto
Carica papaya
PERSIMMON Diospyros virginiana AND OTHER SPECIES
Phytolacca americana
Portulaca oleracea
Phragmites australis
Cladonia rangiferina
Eugenia jambos
Metroxylon sagu
Sassafras albidum
Haloxylon ammondendron
Atriplex halimus
Rumex acerosella
SORGHUM Sorghum SPECIES
Sterculia foetida
Saccharum officinarum
Arenga pinnata
Annona squamosa
Tamarindus indica
Cordyline terminalis
Terminalia catappa
Trapa natans
Nymphaea odorata
Alisma plantago-aquatica
Capparis aphylla
Citrullus colocynthis
Luffa cylindrica
Zizania aquatica
YAM Dioscorea SPECIES
Pachyrhizus erosus
APPENDIX C POISONOUS PLANTS
Gluta CASHEW (Anacardiacese) FAMILY
APPENDIX D DANGEROUS INSECTS AND ARACHNIDS
SCORPION Scorpionidae ORDER
Laxosceles reclusa
TARANTULA Theraphosidae AND Lycosa SPECIES
CENTIPEDE
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