SAS Mountain and Arctic Survival

SAS Mountain and Arctic Survival

by Barry Davies B.E.M. (Author)

Synopsis

The Special Air Service operates worldwide, often in remote and hostile locations where nature poses as much of a hazard as any enemy. In order to stay alive and complete their missions, SAS personnel are rigorously trained in the art of survival. This book is based on SAS training and techniques. As well as a section on basic survival techniques relevant to any hostile environment, this book contains specific details pertinent to survival in arctic and mountain areas, including information on shelter, food, equipment and fire making specific to the arctic, any mountain area or conditions of extreme cold. Drawing on practical, first-hand knowledge, the entries are arranged in order of survival priority, with photographs, cutaway drawings and diagrams. Specially designed to fit in a rucksack or pocket, this book offers a potentially life-saving companion for any hiking or skiing trip.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 160
Publisher: Virgin Books
Published: 09 Aug 2001

ISBN 10: 0753505991
ISBN 13: 9780753505991

Author Bio
Barry Davies served with the SAS for eighteen years, during which he was awarded the British Empire Medal. The SAS sent him to the International Long Range Patrol School in Germany, where as Senior Survival Instructor he taught survival skills to servicemen from a variety of nations. He is the author of a number of books, including The Complete Encyclopedia of the SAS, and is currently a consultant on a survival-themed TV show in production with the BBC.