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SEAL Survival Guide: A Navy SEAL's Secrets to Surviving Any Disaster Paperback – December 4, 2012
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"After making it through Seal training and the stuff I did as a Seal, I guess you start to feel like you can make it through anything. When you have that kind of a mindset, there's a certain confidence that goes along with that. The confidence is really helpful when all hell breaks loose," he notes. "We try to teach people, `Yeah, that just happened. Take a breath. Let's get that brain working and we can problem solve our way through this.' It's nothing too advanced where you'd need 20 years experience of hand-to-hand combat."
Entertaining, and perhaps life-saving.
This book is full of useful information for all ages and proffesions , from boy scouts , hikers, campers, moms and dads
will all benefit from this book. The book is an easy read because the author goes into indepth details step by step making it easy for you to understand. I recommend this book because it actually teaches you something that will stay with you for the rest of life, you actually getting your money back because you are learing something that will benifit you in the real world.
2) Example 1: Detecting surveillance (p. 280). Courtley says travel around several city blocks in a box (4 right turns.) Which does nothing but tip off the people following you that you are alert and tells them to take greater measures. Courtley says nothing about the fact that his method is easily beaten by a crew of three swapping positions. Or that even your wife can order a GPS cellphone beacon off the internet, hide it in your car and watch you remotely on her laptop -- laughing as you do Courtley's stupid box turns before you head to meet your new girlfriend at the motel. Courtley says nothing about the basic technique -- having a friend watch from several hidden locations (e.g, office window 5 stories up) as you walk through a series of cut-throughs -- an opening in a wall-type barrier that forces a surveillance bubble to close up and go through the same opening in order to follow you. There are a number of counter-surveillance manuals on Amazon that will reveal the shortcomings of this section in Courtley's book.
3) Example 2: Firearms (p.299) In his list of things to do on p 299, Courtley doesn't mention the importance of knowing the law and how you can easily lose your life savings to civil suits if you step wrong. Nor does he mention the possibly of your armed opponent wearing concealed body armor and the need to immediately execute the Failure to Stop drill aka Mozambique drill and the corresponding demand for a high capacity magazine.Read more ›
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This is a GREAT book. A MUST HAVE and a MUST READ. I recommend reading it multiple times, as there is TONS of info.
And this is coming from a 20+yr survival instructor. Read more
It's fun to have on the table, but honestly has no useful information.
There is even a section on what to do when you get to jail, just to show you how serious the book is.
This survival guide was better written than I thought it might be. Information is here on how to prepare for situations you would rather not think about, but are increasingly... Read morePublished 3 months ago by W. Clement
Everyone should read this, you don't have to be a world traveler to benefit from it, if you just go to the Mall on Saturday, you need to read this.Published 5 months ago by James S.
Can't put it down. If you follow what u read with practice it's a tuff workout. Great bookPublished 5 months ago by Michael Fletcher