Skip to comments.38 Survival Downloads and Handbooks – Pioneering, SHTF
Posted on 11/10/2012 4:51:46 PM PST by Kartographer
Some good stuff at link!
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Psychological Operations (PsyOps) AFDD 2-5-3
CBR Shelters ETL 1110-3-498
Map Reading & Navigation FM 3-25-26
Terrain, Maps, and Direction
Nuclear, Biological & Chemical (NBC) Field Handbook FM 3-7
Nuclear, Biological & Chemical (NBC) Protection FM 34
Military Chemical & Biological Agents and Compounds FM 3-9
Counterinsurgency Operations FMI 3-07.22
Survival, Evasion, Resistance & Escape (SERE) AR350-30
US Army Ranger Handbook
Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrains (Urban Combat) FM3-06
Expeditionary Maneuver Warware
MEDICAL AND FIRST-AID
Where There is No Doctor *Hesperian Health now requires a click-through before downloading their books. You can simply click, No Thanks and have access to the entire .pdf book or sign up for future updates.
Where There is No Dentist - Excellent, must-read! *See above for download instructions
Combat Lifesaver Course Student Self-Study IS0871
TECHNOLOGY, ELECTRONICS, AND ENGINEERING
Convert Gasoline Engines to Run on Alcohol, 2008
Complete Manual of Pirate Radio
Antennas for Receiving and Transmitting, 2004
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS, COLLAPSE, SURVIVAL, & POST-SHTF
Preparedness Capability Checklist Minimum and Extended Levels
Long Term Survival Guide: Improvised Towers
Long Term Survival Guide: Scrounging Metal and Survival Blacksmithing
US Army Field Manual Management of Dead Bodies
URBAN GARDENING, FARMING, HOMESTEADING, PIONEERING, & BUSHCRAFT
The Construction of Secret Hiding Places
Raised Bed Garden Book.pdf
Guide to Canning.pdf
Poisonous Snakes and Lizards
Dangerous Insects and Arachnids
Solar Distillation Meeting Small Scale Water Demands, 1970
Simple Methods for the Treatment of Drinking Water
Ten Best Traps
Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living
Thanks, Kart! Good to know.
FEMA has a bunch of stuff also and:
It's for young, hearty men, with moustaches and boots.
If it gets down to that again, I'm NOT going to be polite to anybody.
Mountain man is cool to have on the resume, and the skillsets are good to have... actually having to do it? Oh dear Lord.
An adventure is someone you don't know having a miserable time a long way away.
Sounds like fun. I fit all of the above, except I don't have a 'stache. I reckon I'm pretty hearty as well, but how can you really know that you are unless you go through something like that.
Its on my bucket list.
“An adventure is someone you don’t know having a miserable time a long way away.”
You know, I hated camping the few times I was forced into it in my earlier life. I always said why should I go out in the woods and be hot and miserable and mosquito bait (they love me), when I have a perfectly comfortable house? I quit being forced into it - I wouldn’t go.
I know some of you love doing that, but count me out. In my preps I made sure I had battery fans and other preps so I could be as comfortable as possible - in my house.
Go ahead and hit on me for not loving the great (miserable) outdoors - I don’t care.
Boy Scout Handbook
Thank you very much.
At a party, when folks were snacking and drinking, we played a question game.
One question was 'How do you start a fire in a pouring rain'?
I gave my standard answer. Ex... #3, I think, said that a) she would call for room service for dry wood or b) use 5 gallons of gas and a road flare. Either way. She was going to be warm and have some fire. She didn't care. Very direct kind of person.
There is much wisdom in that choice, I think.
I think “Country Living” covers a great deal of that, too. Some of that list would be things guys could do that I can't. I still need to go to a personal website and buy a man. Why don't we have man robots to buy to lift and build stuff and shoot heavy shotguns and rifles?
That reminds me. I have a new type Remington shotgun with two barrels and is too heavy for me and a new type Remington 223 rifle with good scope that is too heavy for me and I HAVE NO AMMO FOR EITHER ONE. If the husband of my sister-in-law was here if TFHTF, he could use those guns, so I need you guys to tell me what ammo to buy. I'm not kidding -what should I buy and I'll do it right away.
I'm not asking that male relative ‘cause he is a liberal and no telling what he would say. He does have a carry permit and carries all the time.
I figured your answer would be to call for a napalm run. ;-)
My brother did the wilderness thing in a group.
No showers, no latrine, no tent. Sleeping under green foliage and sharing the jungle with a thousand NVA.
When they ran out of NVA a helicopter picked them up and moved them to a different part of the jungle where there were more NVA. They had green boots.
Never saw a tent for 6 months.
The ex-wife was just much more direct about the 'we will have fire, sumbitch' thing. ;)
We used to do the family campouts when my now 21 year old grandson was in Cub Scouts. Used to laugh at the city people who arrived in a motor home equipped with a microwave, dish TV and air conditioning. Why bother. Might as well stay at home. People who don’t enjoy the camping experience should stay at home.
OTOH, my youngest grandson went camping with his folks in Colorado earlier this year. Horrendous late snowstorm and then torrential rain. They went to the YMCA because everything was soaked and caked with mud. Grandson asked if I could come along the next time so they could stay in a hotel. What a difference 10 years makes.
My thanks to your brother. It's a harsh life.
Thanks! Good Stuff!
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