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Us Army - Survival, Evasion, And Recovery (2007) Fm 3-50.3

Us Army - Survival, Evasion, And Recovery (2007) Fm 3-50.3

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SURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERY
MULTI-SERVICE 
 
TACTICS,
 
TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR SURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERY 
 
FM 3-50.3 NTTP 3-50.3 AFTTP(I) 3-2.26
MARCH 2007
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
 Distribution authorized to DOD and DOD contractors only to protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the international Exchange Program or by other means. This determination was made on 23 June 2006. Other requests will be referred to: HQ TRADOC, ATTN: ATFC-EJ, Ft Monroe, VA 23651-1067; NWDC, ATTN: N5, Newport, RI 02841-1207; or HQ AFDC, ATTN: DD, Maxwell AFB, 36112-6112.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE:
 Destroy by any method that must prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.
 
FOREWORD
This publication has been prepared under our direction for use by our respective commands and other commands as appropriate.
RICHARD J. ROWE, JR.
Major General, US Army Deputy Director/Chief of Staff  Army Capabilities Integration Center
TIMOTHY L. DAVISON ALLEN G. PECK
Captain, US Navy Major General, Commander, Acting Commander Navy Warfare Development Command Air Force Doctrine Center
This publication is available through the ALSA Web site (www.alsa.mil); through the Army at Army Knowledge Online (AKO) (www.us.army.mil) and at the General Dennis J. Reimer Training and Doctrine Digital Library (www.train.army.mil) Web sites; and through the Air Force at the Air Force Publishing Web site (www.e-publishing.af.mil).
 
QUICK REFERENCE CHECKLIST FIVE PHASES OF EVASION
 
1. Immediate Actions—THINK BEFORE YOU ACT!
a. Assess immediate situation. b. Assess medical condition; treat as necessary (chapter V). c. Take action to protect from chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear hazards (chapter IX). d. Gather equipment; move to initial hole-up/hide site. e. Make initial radio contact in accordance with (IAW) combat search and rescue/special instructions (CSAR/SPINS). f. Sanitize uniform of compromising information. g. Sanitize area; hide equipment you decide to leave. h. Apply initial personal camouflage.
2. Initial Movement
a. Move in the direction of your evasion plan of action (EPA), if possible. b. Attempt to break line of sight from your initial isolating area and move uphill if possible. c. Move out of area, zigzag pattern recommended. d. Use terrain and concealment to your advantage. e. Move to hole-up/hide site.
3. Hole-Up/Hide Site
a. Select hole-up/hide site that provides: (1) Concealment from ground and air searches. (2) Safe distance from enemy positions and lines of communications (LOCs). (3) Listening and observation points. (4) Multiple avenues of escape. (5) Protection from environment. (6) Communications/signaling. b. Be prepared to authenticate IAW CSAR/SPINS. c. Establish radio contact IAW CSAR/SPINS. (Communications/signaling devices may compromise position.)
20 March 2007 FM 3-50.3/NTTP 3-50.3/AFTTP(I)
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