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Book: The Complete SAS Survival Manual by Barry Davies, BEM
Print type: Soft cover, new.
This knowledge and the integrity with which it has been tested and tried is not only high valuable to those using it, but also to engineers and trades where critical tolerances are the norm.
Although you may never be trained by the elite British Special Air Service (SAS), Barry Davies' guidance makes it so you don't need to be. With the help of this extensive manual, you'll learn everything you need to know to keep yourself alive, from first aid and navigation to acquiring life–saving essentials such as food, water, and shelter.
For military personnel and civilian survivors alike, this manual is easy to understand and will provide you with the ability to rise to the challenge of staying alive in a hostile environment.
- Learn everything you need to know to keep yourself alive
- Covers first aid and navigation to acquiring life–saving essentials such as food, water, and shelter
- For military personnel and civilian survivors alike
- Easy to understand
- Provides you with the ability to rise to the challenge of staying alive in a hostile environment.
Survival book from Proforce Equipment Inc.
- 272 Pages
- 6.5" x 9.25"
In 1962 at the age of 18 he enlisted with the British Army's Welsh Guards, which he served with for 4 years. At the age of 22 he applied to join the Special Air Service Regiment, and having passed its selection course was transferred into it, and went on to have an extensive career with its squadrons for almost 20 years around the world, including in service in Ulster during Operation Banner, Oman, Malaya, Africa and Latin America.
In 1977 he took part in an anti-terrorist operation to rescue 91 passengers of Lufthansa Flight 181 after the aeroplane had been hijacked at Mogadishu airport. Davies had originally been sent to the scene to act as an observer and advisor, but once there ended up taking part in the armed assault on the plane to free the hostages, for which he was awarded the British Empire Medal.
Davies retired from the British Army in 1985, and found employment as a consultant and product development and sales executive with the Cardiff based B.C.B. International, Ltd., a military, police and survival equipment manufacturer.
He became an author, publishing over 35 books on the Special Air Service Regiment, and survival guides, including Fire Magic: Hijack to Mogadishu (1994), Heroes of the S.A.S. (2000), The Complete Encyclopedia of the SAS (1998), The S.A.S. Self-defence Handbook (2011), The Complete S.A.S. Survival Manual (2011) and S.A.S. Desert Survival (2001).
Davies also acted occasionally as an advisor to British television productions based upon Special Forces' soldiering in the 1990s and early 2000s, including the television documentary The Widow, the Terrorist & the S.A.S. (1996), S.A.S. Survival Guide: Escape, Evasion & Survival (1999), SAS: Are You Tough Enough? (2002-04), and 'Spymaster' (2004).
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