US Army Survival Manual by U.S. Department of the ArmyThis one has it all. It’s got tips on how to cross a raging river: take off your pants and underwear but leave you shoes on; directions on how to tie a rope around a boulder and how to suspend the boulder off a tree branch so you can kill the roadrunner; how to get rid of intestinal parasites — drink some kerosene; how to get past quagmires/quicksand, crawl facedown through it; how to eat a beaver, destroy their dam and then wait for the beaver to come inspect it but then you grab the beaver by the tail and murder it; how to make coffee out of dandelions, or chicory, or juniper; how to survive freezing to death in your igloo with just one candle; how to dig a hole at the beach to get water and how to make it drinkable with just a couple of rocks and a fire; there are also tricks on how to avoid the enemy; how to stop yourself from bleeding to death; how to make soap out of fat ass animals and ash from a forest fire. This manual was great. Action packed. I read something out loud from every page and my wife loved it. We might actually join some war now.
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The Paperback of the U.S. Army Survival Manual by U.S. Department of so I would invest in this book and add it to your survival kit (I did).
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Just another example of stuff for the "heat and eat" generation. A little work and a little less money and its better than store bought. I bought a nice little multi purpose pouch at HSO the other day. I am taking your EDC pouch to a different level. The EDC will have a few extra items as I don't have to carry it on my belt. If you would like i will send a pic and some notes when it is complete. Thanks for reminding me of them.