U. S. Army Escape and Evasion Manual: Official Updated FM 3-50.3 – 5 x 8 Pocket Format - 98 Pages (Prepper Survival Army)

The printed Escape and Evasion Manual is in the convenient 5 x 8 inch format.  The book contains 98 pages.The book is created, trusted and battle tested by the US Armed Forces.  It should be part of every bug-out bag and vehicle, and used by preppers, hunters, climbers, campers, outdoorspeople, hikers and anyone looking to survive natural or man-made disasters.Contents of Army Escape and Evasion Survival Manual Include:Evasion MovementNavigationRadio CommunicationsRecovery OperationsSurvival MedicinePersonal ProtectionWaterFoodMuch MoreFIVE PHASES OF EVASION1. Immediate Actions—THINK BEFORE YOU ACT!Assess immediate situation.Assess medical condition; treat as necessary (chapter V).Take action to protect from chemical, biological, radiological,and nuclear hazards (chapter IX).Gather equipment; move to initial hole-up/hide site.Make initial radio contact in accordance with (IAW) combatsearch and rescue/special instructions (CSAR/SPINS).Sanitize uniform of compromising information.Sanitize area; hide equipment you decide to leave.Apply initial personal camouflage.2. Initial MovementMove in the direction of your evasion plan of action (EPA), ifpossible.Attempt to break line of sight from your initial isolating areaand move uphill if possible.Move out of area, zigzag pattern recommended.Use terrain and concealment to your advantage.Move to hole-up/hide site.3. Hole-Up/Hide SiteSelect hole-up/hide site that provides: Concealment from ground and air searches.Safe distance from enemy positions and lines ofcommunications (LOCs).Listening and observation points.Multiple avenues of escape.Protection from environment.Communications/signaling.Be prepared to authenticate.Establish radio contact.Drink water; treat injuries for long term.Evaluate combat needs.Inventory equipment.Review and execute your EPA.Determine specific location.Improve camouflage.Stay alert, maintain security, and be flexible.4. Evasion MovementTravel slowly and deliberately.Do not leave evidence of travel.Use noise and light discipline.Stop, look, listen, and smell.Move from one point of concealment to another point ofconcealment.Use evasion movement techniques5. Recovery Prepare for conventional or unconventional recovery.Select best area and prepare for use of communications andsignaling devices.Prepare to transmit position.Select site(s) IAW criteria in theater recovery plans.Observe/report enemy activity and hazards.Secure equipment.Stay concealed until recovery is imminent.Be prepared to authenticateDuring recovery:Follow recovery force instructions.Secure weapon.Assume non-threatening posture.Beware of rotors/propellers.BUY YOUR COPY TODAY!

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Book Title: U. S. Army Escape and Evasion Manual: Official Updated FM 3-50.3 – 5 x 8 Pocket Format - 98 Pages (Prepper Survival Army)

Book Author: U.S. Army

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ISBN: 1691714518