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SURVIVAL, EVASION, AND RECOVERY

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

QUICK REFERENCE CHECKLIST . i
CHAPTER I EVASIONI-1
Planning I-1
Camouflage.I-1
Shelters.I-3
Movement .I-3
CHAPTER II NAVIGATION.II-1
Stay or Move Considerations .II-1
Determine Navigation and Position II-2
Travel Considerations II-9
River TravelII-9
Ice and Snow Travel II-9
Mountain Hazards II-11
Dry Climates II-11
Tropical Climates . II-11
Open Seas. II-12
RADIO COMMUNICATION AND
SIGNALING III-1
Radio Communications (Voice and
Data) III-1
Signaling. III-2
RECOVERYIV-1
Responsibilities.IV-1
Initial Actions.IV-1
Actions on the Ground/in the Water IV-1
Site SelectionIV-2
Prepare for RecoveryIV-2
Communicate with Recovery Force IV-2
General Principles of Recovery.IV-3
Unassisted RecoveryIV-3
Assisted Recovery IV-5
SURVIVAL MEDICINE V-1
Immediate First Aid Actions .V-1
Common Injuries and IllnessesV-5
Plant Medicine .V-9
Health and Hygiene .V-12
Rules for Avoiding Illness.V-12
PERSONAL PROTECTION .VI-1
PrioritiesVI-1
Care and Use of ClothingVI-1
Other Protective Equipment VI-2
Shelters VI-3
FiresVI-8
WATER .VII-1
Water RequirementsVII-1
Signs and Symptoms of Dehydration.VII-1
Water ProcurementVII-1
Water Preparation and Storage .VII-7
FOOD .VIII-9
Food Requirements VIII-9
Food Preparation VIII-15
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CHAPTER IX
APPENDICES
GLOSSARY
FIGURES
Food Preservation VIII-17
INDUCED CONDITIONS . IX-1
Nuclear Conditions. IX-1
Biological Conditions IX-6
Chemical Conditions IX-6
A. The Will to Survive A-1
B. Publication Information . B-1
. Glossary-1
Figure I-1. Camouflage Patterns I-2
Figure II-1. Stick and Shadow
Method to Determine North/South
LineII-2
Figure II-2. Wristwatch Method to
Determine North/South Line II-3
Figure II-3. Celestial Aids (Stars)
Method to Determine North/South
LineII-3
Figure II-4. Map Orientation with a
Dial or Needle CompassII-4
Figure II-5. Map Orientation with a
Compass RoseII-5
Figure II-6. Triangulation .II-6
Figure II-7. Setting the Compass for
Night Navigation II-7
Figure II-8. Dogleg and 90-Degree
Offset.II-8
Figure II-9. Improvised Snowshoes.II-10
Figure III-1. Radio Transmission
CharacteristicsIII-1
Figure III-2. Size and Ratio.III-3
Figure III-3. Signal Key.III-3
Figure IV-1. Rescue Strap. IV-4
Figure IV-2. Forest Penetrator. IV-4
Figure IV-3. Fixed Loop IV-5
Figure V-1. Open Airway V-1
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Figure V-2. Combat-Application-Tourniquet V-2
Figure V-3. QuickClot V-3
Figure V-4. Useful Plants.V-11
Figure VI-1. Improvised Foot WearVI-2
Figure VI-2. Sun and Snow Goggles VI-3
Figure VI-3. Gaiters VI-3
Figure VI-4. Immediate Shelters .VI-4
Figure VI-5. Thermal A-FrameVI-5
Figure VI-6. Snow Trench.VI-5
Figure VI-7. Snow Cave .VI-6
Figure VI-8. Poncho/Parachute Shade
ShelterVI-7
Figure VI-9. Elevated Platform Shelter .

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