- File Size: 5217 KB
- Print Length: 399 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 19, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B08668N9J2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,471 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Green Beret Preparation and Survival Guide: A Common Sense, Step-By-Step Handbook To Prepare For and Survive Any Emergency Kindle Edition
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As the name implies, this guide approaches survival with a special forces mentality. Meaning... it is more about planning or war gaming for different survival-type situations. Being prepared in advance means that you can decisively act in a situation rather than blindly reacting to the situation.
It is organized in a very easy to follow fashion and covers planning from mild to severe emergencies. And, it walks you through how to conduct an Area Study in order to guide your survival planning so you and your family/friends (A-team) have the best chance of enduring. Moreover... it has some really convenient links to Amazon for ordering survival gear... from windproof matches to a prepackaged grab-n-go bag for mild emergencies.
Overall... I'm very happy with this purchase, feel like I am much better prepared to weather the unexpected, and highly recommend that you purchase it if you have read this far!
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I am still quite tempted to delete a star for poor editing because one of the poor edits means that someone could misconstrue a 'Don't' with a 'Do'. That's life-or-death editing, as you don't know what mental state someone's going to be in when this is read.
A few things I'd dispute, too. Do not camp in a wadi, for example. I got that from WWII veterans who fought in the desert for years. Later in the book you're told not to camp in the equivalent in tropical conditions due to the danger of flooding. Plus, if there's a danger of EMP, advise your readers to keep a wind-up watch in their survival kit. On a friendly banter note, the author should be aware that the desert war in North Africa in WWII didn't take place early in the war - us Brits had been fighting for years by that stage ;-)