Why Some Survive - Common Threads of Survival, Accounts of Survival Book


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This book could save your life. 'Why Some Survive' should get your attention if you camp, hike, ski, hunt with family or kids, enjoy outdoor recreation with others or just by going it alone. The book's goal is to have you recognize lessons learned and to point out Common Threads present in tragic and near tragic events. This is the first book of its kind with clear guidelines about what to do to survive dangerous situations. Along with specific, real-life examples of what people do that puts their lives at risk.
  • Written By Frank G. Heyl and Richard O. Woodfin Jr. - Frank Heyl was the principal instructor and training director for the U.S. Military and several contract survival schools for 23 years. Franks' 40-year military career included service in U.S. Army Air Force, U.S. Air Force Reserve, and Army National Guard. He flew many medical evacuations and search and rescue missions. Richard Woodfin is a retired U.S Forest Service researcher and has done field work throughout the U.S. Woodfin is member of a mounted search and rescue posse and has participated in many searches. He has instructed on map, compass and GPS use and is one of the founders of the search and rescue field training seminar for Mounted Posses in Oregon.
  • Paperback, 266 pages, 1lb

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