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WILDERNESS MEDICINE COURSE and WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK Combined, Plus 500 free military manuals
WILDERNESS MEDICINE COURSE and WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK Combined, Plus 500 free military manuals
WILDERNESS MEDICINE COURSE and WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK Combined, Plus 500 free military manuals

Here you get the WILDERNESS MEDICINE COURSE and WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK Combined.

Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book.

BOOK 1, Winderness Survival and Wilderness Medicine Course:
This survival manual/course is packed with 376 pages survival info. Chapter TITLE 1 MOUNTAIN SAFETY 2 NUTRITION 3 WILDERNESS PATIENT ASSESSMENT 4 HIGH ALTITUDE ILLNESS 5 HEAT RELATED INJURIES 6 COMBAT CASUALTY CARE 7 BURN MANAGEMENT 8 HYPOTHERMIA / REWARMING 9 SUBMERSION INCIDENTS 10 WILDERNESS ORTHOPEDIC INJURIES 11 TREATMENT OF REPTILE AND ANTHROPOD ENVENOMATION 12 COLD INJURIES 13 LAND NAVIGATION 14 SEARCH AND RESCUE 15 TRIAGE 16 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE / WATER PURIFICATION APPENDIX A SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES A1 REQUIREMENTS FOR SURVIVAL A2 SURVIVAL KIT A3 SURVIVAL SIGNALING A4 SURVIVAL SHELTERS AND FIRES A5 SURVIVAL NAVIGATION A6 WATER PROCUREMENT A7 FORAGING ON PLANTS AND INSECTS A8 TRAPS AND SNARES A9 MOUNTAIN WEATHER APPENDIX B SWIFT WATER RESCUE B1 RESCUE PHILOSOPHY FOR SWIFTWATER RESCUE TEAMS B2 PERSONAL AND TEAM EQUIPMENT B3 SWIFTWATER TERMINOLOGY AND DYNAMICS B4 COMMUNICATIONS B5 THROW BAGS AND FOOT ENTANGLEMENTS B6 DEFENSIVE SWIMMING AND FERRY ANGLE B7 F EET- W ET RESCUES AND C- S PINE ROLLS B8 BOATS AND BOAT HANDLING B9 ROPE SYSTEMS AND BOAT ANCHORS B10 VEHICLE RESCUES B11 STREAM CROSSING APPENDICES C C1 ROPE MANAGEMENT C2 NOMENCLATURE AND CARE OF MOUNTAINEERING EQUIPMENT C3 BALANCE CLIMBING C4 NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL ANCHORS C5 SIT HARNESS C6 ESTABLISHMENT OF RAPPEL POINTS AND RAPPELLING C7 TOP ROPING C8 MOUNTAIN CASUALTY EVACUATIONS C9 ONE ROPE BRIDGE C10 SUMMER MOUNTAIN WARFIGHTING LOAD REQUIREMENTS

BOOK 2, WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK
WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK, SURVIVAL MANUAL, SURVIVAL GUIDE

1 REQUIREMENTS FOR SURVIVAL
2 SURVIVAL KIT
3 WATER PROCUREMENT
4 EXPEDIENT SHELTERS AND FIRES
5 CORE VALUES AND MOUNTAIN LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES
6 SURVIVAL SIGNALING AND RECOVERY
7 SURVIVAL NAVIGATION
8 TRAPS AND SNARES
9 USES FOR GAME
10 SURVIVAL FISHING
11 FIELD EXPEDIENT TOOLS, WEAPONS, AND EQUIPMENT
12 EXPEDIENT SNOWSHOES
13 WINTER TRACKING
14 SURVIVAL MEDICINE
15 WEATHER
16 INTRO TO EVASION
17 AVALANCHE AND ICE HAZARDS
APPENDIX
A EVASION PLAN OF ACTION FORMAT
B “THE EDGE” GUIDED DISCUSSION
C SURVIVAL QUICK REFERENCE CHECKLIST
D ANIMAL HABITS
E TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
F GRADING STANDARDS

SURVIVAL STRESSORS. (WSVX.02.01b) Any event can lead to stress. Often, stressful events occur simultaneously. These events are not stress, but they produce it and are called “stressors”. In response to a stressor, the body prepares either to “fight or flee”. Stressors add up. Anticipating stressors and developing strategies to cope with them are the two ingredients in the effective management of stress. It is essential that the survivor be aware of the types of stressors he will
encounter.

a. Injury, Illness, or Death. Injury, illness, and death are real possibilities a survivor has to face. Perhaps nothing is more stressful than being alone in an unfamiliar environment where you could die from hostile action, an accident, or from eating something lethal.

b. Uncertainty and Lack of Control. The only guarantee in a survival situation is that nothing is guaranteed. This uncertainty and lack of control also add to the stress of being ill, injured, or killed.

c. Environment. A survivor will have to contend with the stressors of weather, terrain, and the variety of creatures inhabiting an area. Heat, cold, rain, winds, snow, mountains, insects, and animals are just a few of the challenges awaiting the Marine working to survive.

d. Hunger and Thirst. Without food and water a person will weaken and eventually die. Getting and preserving food and water takes on increasing importance as the length of time in a survival setting inc

WILDERNESS MEDICINE COURSE and WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK Combined, Plus 500 free military manuals

Here you get the WILDERNESS MEDICINE COURSE and WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK Combined.

Take a look at the sample for this book and for details about downloading 500 free US military manuals as a thank you for taking the time to look at our book.

BOOK 1, Winderness Survival and Wilderness Medicine Course:
This survival manual/course is packed with 376 pages survival info. Chapter TITLE 1 MOUNTAIN SAFETY 2 NUTRITION 3 WILDERNESS PATIENT ASSESSMENT 4 HIGH ALTITUDE ILLNESS 5 HEAT RELATED INJURIES 6 COMBAT CASUALTY CARE 7 BURN MANAGEMENT 8 HYPOTHERMIA / REWARMING 9 SUBMERSION INCIDENTS 10 WILDERNESS ORTHOPEDIC INJURIES 11 TREATMENT OF REPTILE AND ANTHROPOD ENVENOMATION 12 COLD INJURIES 13 LAND NAVIGATION 14 SEARCH AND RESCUE 15 TRIAGE 16 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE / WATER PURIFICATION APPENDIX A SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES A1 REQUIREMENTS FOR SURVIVAL A2 SURVIVAL KIT A3 SURVIVAL SIGNALING A4 SURVIVAL SHELTERS AND FIRES A5 SURVIVAL NAVIGATION A6 WATER PROCUREMENT A7 FORAGING ON PLANTS AND INSECTS A8 TRAPS AND SNARES A9 MOUNTAIN WEATHER APPENDIX B SWIFT WATER RESCUE B1 RESCUE PHILOSOPHY FOR SWIFTWATER RESCUE TEAMS B2 PERSONAL AND TEAM EQUIPMENT B3 SWIFTWATER TERMINOLOGY AND DYNAMICS B4 COMMUNICATIONS B5 THROW BAGS AND FOOT ENTANGLEMENTS B6 DEFENSIVE SWIMMING AND FERRY ANGLE B7 F EET- W ET RESCUES AND C- S PINE ROLLS B8 BOATS AND BOAT HANDLING B9 ROPE SYSTEMS AND BOAT ANCHORS B10 VEHICLE RESCUES B11 STREAM CROSSING APPENDICES C C1 ROPE MANAGEMENT C2 NOMENCLATURE AND CARE OF MOUNTAINEERING EQUIPMENT C3 BALANCE CLIMBING C4 NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL ANCHORS C5 SIT HARNESS C6 ESTABLISHMENT OF RAPPEL POINTS AND RAPPELLING C7 TOP ROPING C8 MOUNTAIN CASUALTY EVACUATIONS C9 ONE ROPE BRIDGE C10 SUMMER MOUNTAIN WARFIGHTING LOAD REQUIREMENTS

BOOK 2, WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK
WINTER SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK, SURVIVAL MANUAL, SURVIVAL GUIDE

1 REQUIREMENTS FOR SURVIVAL
2 SURVIVAL KIT
3 WATER PROCUREMENT
4 EXPEDIENT SHELTERS AND FIRES
5 CORE VALUES AND MOUNTAIN LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES
6 SURVIVAL SIGNALING AND RECOVERY
7 SURVIVAL NAVIGATION
8 TRAPS AND SNARES
9 USES FOR GAME
10 SURVIVAL FISHING
11 FIELD EXPEDIENT TOOLS, WEAPONS, AND EQUIPMENT
12 EXPEDIENT SNOWSHOES
13 WINTER TRACKING
14 SURVIVAL MEDICINE
15 WEATHER
16 INTRO TO EVASION
17 AVALANCHE AND ICE HAZARDS
APPENDIX
A EVASION PLAN OF ACTION FORMAT
B “THE EDGE” GUIDED DISCUSSION
C SURVIVAL QUICK REFERENCE CHECKLIST
D ANIMAL HABITS
E TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
F GRADING STANDARDS

SURVIVAL STRESSORS. (WSVX.02.01b) Any event can lead to stress. Often, stressful events occur simultaneously. These events are not stress, but they produce it and are called “stressors”. In response to a stressor, the body prepares either to “fight or flee”. Stressors add up. Anticipating stressors and developing strategies to cope with them are the two ingredients in the effective management of stress. It is essential that the survivor be aware of the types of stressors he will
encounter.

a. Injury, Illness, or Death. Injury, illness, and death are real possibilities a survivor has to face. Perhaps nothing is more stressful than being alone in an unfamiliar environment where you could die from hostile action, an accident, or from eating something lethal.

b. Uncertainty and Lack of Control. The only guarantee in a survival situation is that nothing is guaranteed. This uncertainty and lack of control also add to the stress of being ill, injured, or killed.

c. Environment. A survivor will have to contend with the stressors of weather, terrain, and the variety of creatures inhabiting an area. Heat, cold, rain, winds, snow, mountains, insects, and animals are just a few of the challenges awaiting the Marine working to survive.

d. Hunger and Thirst. Without food and water a person will weaken and eventually die. Getting and preserving food and water takes on increasing importance as the length of time in a survival setting inc

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Airman 1st Class Marianne Hebreo, a Survival Equipment Apprentice with the 31st Maintenance Squadron, inspects for imperfection on a 9-P Life Preserver Unit case at Aviano Air Base, Italy, on March 2, 2005. The Survival Equipment shop is responsible for performing inspections, repairs and modifications on Emergency Aerospace weapons system components. (US Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Scherrie K. Gates) (Released)

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US Army Technical Manual, PREPARATION AND HANDLING OF INDUSTRIAL PLANT EQUIPMENT FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT, TM 38-260, 1993
US Army Technical Manual, PREPARATION AND HANDLING OF INDUSTRIAL PLANT EQUIPMENT FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT, TM 38-260, 1993

Scope
a. General. This manual emphasizes the importance of preparation and packaging of Department of the Army
plant equipment, including IPE and OPE, prior to storage or shipment. It contains detailed information concerning the
requirements for preservation, packing, marking, inspection, and maintenance during storage. The dimensions and
weight measurements in this manual are in the United States (U.S.) Customary Systems of Units (US) with the
International Systems of Units (SI) or metric equivalent in parenthesis. It prescribes methods, standards, and materials
to be used in accomplishing the following operations:
(1) Cleaning, preservation, packing, storage, maintenance in storage, and shipping of IPE and OPE including
tooling, attachments, and accessories.
(2) Selection of storage conditions under which inactive IPE and OPE may be maintained.
(3) Methods relative to receiving plant equipment at a storage facility, including the inspection procedures
necessary to assure that such equipment will be maintained in storage free of deterioration.
(4) Methods and procedures and the necessary tools and instruments required to perform inspections and tests,
using technical maintenance standards and analytical test patterns to determine equipment condition and operating
capabilities.
(5) Methods of preservation, packing, skidding, internal blocking and bracing, external blocking and bracing on
carrier equipment, and shock mitigating carrier equipment for shipment to storage or use facilities.

Purpose
The purpose of this publication is to provide information on the fundamental principles and approved methods and
techniques used in the preparation of Industrial Plant Equipment (IPE) and Other Plant Equipment (OPE) for storage or
shipment. It is published as an official document for use in operations and in the training of military and civilian
personnel from all segments of the Army, especially interested industrial personnel. It contains information based on
specifications, standards, and other pertinent documents, which are current as of the date of preparation and coordination
of the publication.

US Army Technical Manual, PREPARATION AND HANDLING OF INDUSTRIAL PLANT EQUIPMENT FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT, TM 38-260, 1993

Scope
a. General. This manual emphasizes the importance of preparation and packaging of Department of the Army
plant equipment, including IPE and OPE, prior to storage or shipment. It contains detailed information concerning the
requirements for preservation, packing, marking, inspection, and maintenance during storage. The dimensions and
weight measurements in this manual are in the United States (U.S.) Customary Systems of Units (US) with the
International Systems of Units (SI) or metric equivalent in parenthesis. It prescribes methods, standards, and materials
to be used in accomplishing the following operations:
(1) Cleaning, preservation, packing, storage, maintenance in storage, and shipping of IPE and OPE including
tooling, attachments, and accessories.
(2) Selection of storage conditions under which inactive IPE and OPE may be maintained.
(3) Methods relative to receiving plant equipment at a storage facility, including the inspection procedures
necessary to assure that such equipment will be maintained in storage free of deterioration.
(4) Methods and procedures and the necessary tools and instruments required to perform inspections and tests,
using technical maintenance standards and analytical test patterns to determine equipment condition and operating
capabilities.
(5) Methods of preservation, packing, skidding, internal blocking and bracing, external blocking and bracing on
carrier equipment, and shock mitigating carrier equipment for shipment to storage or use facilities.

Purpose
The purpose of this publication is to provide information on the fundamental principles and approved methods and
techniques used in the preparation of Industrial Plant Equipment (IPE) and Other Plant Equipment (OPE) for storage or
shipment. It is published as an official document for use in operations and in the training of military and civilian
personnel from all segments of the Army, especially interested industrial personnel. It contains information based on
specifications, standards, and other pertinent documents, which are current as of the date of preparation and coordination
of the publication.

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