Survival for Aircrew is essential reading for any aviation personnel who might at any time fly over water or inhospitable terrain. The ability to conquer nature and survive long enough to be rescued is a skill that could have saved the lives of countless aircrew and passengers in the past, and could save many lives in the future. Designed to be an easy-to-read instructional resource, this book teaches aircrews all the survival methods they are ever likely to need, in any eventuality. Illustrated throughout for ease of reference, this book looks at the aircrew role in an aviation survival situation, at the equipment required and at the possible scenarios. Its emphasis on crew behaviour makes the book unique, whether the reader is involved in general aviation, airline industry or government service. Features include: *
Danger! It lurks at every corner. Volcanoes. Sharks. Quicksand. Terrorists. The pilot of the plane blacks out and it's up to you to land the jet. What do you do? The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook is here to help: jam-packed with how-to, hands-on, step-by-step, illustrated instructions on everything you need to know FAST-from defusing a bomb to delivering a baby in the back of a cab. Providing frightening and funny real information in the best-selling tradition of the Paranoid's Pocket Guide and Hypochondriac's Handbook, this indispensable, indestructible pocket-sized guide is the definitive handbook for those times when life takes a sudden turn for the worse. The essential companion for a perilous age. Because you never know. . .
THE ULTIMATE SURVIVAL GUIDE for anyone who thinks they'd survive the world's most hostile environments - or at least imagine they could do. THE ULTIMATE SURVIVAL GUIDE for anyone who thinks they'd survive the world's most hostile environments - or at least imagine they could do. ----------------------------- First issued to British airmen in the 1950s the beautifully illustrated Air Ministry Survival Guide provides invaluable practical tips and instruction on how to keep calm and carry on in any hostile environment. Whether you're lost in the desert, arctic, jungle, or adrift on the open ocean, you'll be better off armed with sensible advice on how to: - Build a structurally sound igloo - Pull faces to prevent frostbite (and when to expect bits to fall off should you fail) - Fashion a mask to prevent snowblindness - Make a hat out of seat cushions - Behave in the event of meeting hostile locals - Stay safe from poisonous reptiles and insects - Use a 'fire thong' - Punch man-eating sharks (which are cowards)
Betty Issenman examines all aspects of winter and summer Inuit clothing, going back 4000 years, with particular emphasis on northern Canadian Inuit. She also describes the kinds of material and tools used to make the clothing. The focus is on on Inuit clothing as protection, identity, and culture bearer, roles it has played for thousands of years. No other book brings together contemporary and historical material from the circumpolar worlds with original research. Sinews of Survival is a fascinating study of Inuit clothing, past and present. It includes over 200 illustrations of various kinds of clothing. The voices of the Inuit are heard throughout the text in quotations from consultations and the literature. By describing one component of Inuit society, the author opens a pathway to understanding the culture as a whole.
Learn 101 Survival Tips that everyone should know. You never know when disaster will strike, and it almost always comes as a surprise when it does. This book presents valuable information in an easy to use, condensed format that gives the basics of some of the most important lessons of survival. This book will not only teach you what you need to know about building a proper shelter, but also will teach you the basics of natural medicine. This book will help you avoid making some of the deadly mistakes that people tend to make when they are unprepared for disaster. All of the information in this book is divided into simple tips, and are presented in an easy to understand way. By learning the basics taught in this book, you increase the chances of surviving a disaster exponentially. However, you also have to learn about, research and practice the skills this book talks about to obtain proficiency. With this book, that becomes easier. About the Expert Matthew Allen is a 33 year primitive survival enthusiast. He enjoys practicing stone age and other primitive living skills and incorporating them into his daily life in order to keep his living expenses down. He knows that it takes more than simply reading a book or watching a YouTube video to achieve mastery of any skill set. Matthew Allen lives with his wife, Dori in a small house with a large dog named Trevor. They spend their days going on walks, writing and just enjoying being together. Their daughter, Sofiya, loves nature as well. She likes to watch spiders carrying their egg sacs around as they go about their day. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.