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El Departamento del Ejército, en inglés Department of the Army (DA), es uno de los tres departamentos militares dentro del Departamento de Defensa de los Estados Unidos de América. El DA es la agencia del gobierno federal dentro del cual se organiza el Ejército de los Estados Unidos, y que está dirigido por el Secretario del Ejército que tiene autoridad legal (10 U.S.C. § 3013) para llevar a cabo sus operaciones y redactar un reglamento para su gobierno, de acuerdo a los límites de la ley, las directrices de la Secretaría de la Defensa y el propio Presidente de la Nación.
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U.S. Army Special Forces Guide to Unconventional Warfare contains incredibly detailed information and visuals provided by the U.S. Army. With this guide, you will be able to easily apply its material to understand and create initiators, igniters, and incendiary materials.
This is an anarchist cookbook of sorts by army guys. It is an improvised munitions handbook made from U.S. Army intelligence. The table of contents includes gelled gasoline, fire fudge, napalm, silver nitrate, concentrated sulfuric acid, fuse cords, spontaneous combustion, and delay mechanisms. Brimming with special forces secrets, this guide is a critical tool for any provocateur-in-training and provides insight into how American special forces are fighting our enemies overseas.
100% of this book's proceeds will be donated to two military charities: the Special Operation Warrior Foundation and the Sua Sponte Foundation.
The Special Forces Sniper Course (formerly the Special Operations Target Interdiction Course - SOTIC) is the premier sniper training course in the world. Top members of all branches of special operations are able to attend this prestigious course on a limited selection basis.
This book is the official manual for the course. It is not the best resource for "how to be a sniper" or "how to shoot long range." Instead, it is a reference manual. If you're looking for long range shooting instruction, check out the Long Range Shooting Handbook.
This is a large desk-top/bookshelf (8.5x11") sized copy. Unlike other versions of this book for sale (check their feedback), this book is properly formatted with text large enough to actually read!
Latest version 2017. The Ranger Handbook as an eBook. This is the latest edition, same as our paperback and with improved printing technology we are able to provide this 8.5 x 11 inch book with properly formatted texts, tables and pictures. Easy to read with 10.6 inch font and bound with an attractive cover. We converted it to ebook.
You can proudly bring this book everywhere; it’s that good. Made by Army Rangers, for Army Rangers. Centuries of Ranger tactics are behind this edition and now you can get your copy.
This is the official ranger handbook from the Department of the Army. We just made it a little larger and easier to read with 10.6 inch font. This book is perfect for Army Rangers, Special Forces, survivalists, preppers, campers, zombie fighters, and adventurers.
The Ranger Handbook is also perfect for getting ready for basic training, promotion boards, and more; It’s that good. Can you live up to the Ranger Creed?
Recognizing that I volunteered as a Ranger, fully knowing the hazards of my chosen profession, I will always endeavor to uphold the prestige, honor, and high esprit de corps of the Rangers.
Acknowledging the fact that a Ranger is a more elite Soldier who arrives at the cutting edge of battle by land, sea, or air, I accept the fact that as a Ranger my country expects me to move further, faster, and fight harder than any other Soldier.
Never shall I fail my comrades I will always keep myself mentally alert, physically strong, and morally straight and I will shoulder more than my share of the task whatever it may be, one hundred percent and then some.
Gallantly will I show the world that I am a specially selected and well trained Soldier. My courtesy to superior officers, neatness of dress, and care of equipment shall set the example for others to follow.
Energetically will I meet the enemies of my country. I shall defeat them on the field of battle for I am better trained and will fight with all my might. Surrender is not a Ranger word. I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy and under no circumstances will I ever embarrass my country.
Readily will I display the intestinal fortitude required to fight on to the Ranger objective and complete the mission, though I be the lone survivor.
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Book 3 in the Army Doctrine series.
This is the official manual from the U.S. military is a subcourse book used to train combat medics. Combat medics on today’s battlefield experience a wide variety of conditions not previously experienced. The training on the standards that apply to the civilian emergency medical service (EMS) world may not apply to the combat environment. The U.S. Army found the need to migrate away from the civilian standards and allow the combat medics to analyze situations in ways not previously thought of. These techniques are called “combat casualty care.” Factors influencing combat casualty care include the following:
- Enemy Fire
- Medical Equipment Limitations
- A Widely Variable Evacuation Time
- Tactical Considerations
- Casualty Transportation
When you have casualties on the battlefield, you must determine the sequence in which the casualties are to be treated and how to treat their injuries. This subscourse discusses the procedures for performing tactical combat casualty care; treating injuries to the extremities, chest, abdominal, and head; and controlling shock.
This subcourse consists of eight lessons:
- Tactical Combat Casualty Care
- Controlling Bleeding from an Extremity
- Treating Chest Injuries
- Treating Abdominal Injuries
- Treating Head Injuries
- Treating Burns
- Treating Hypovolemic Shock
- Treating Soft Tissue Injuries
Tactical Combat Casualty Care and Wound Treatment is a highly regarded and up-to-date manual offered by the Department of Defense. It is available to combat medics and civilians who want to learn the critical medical treatments to be administered in adverse conditions.
Table of Contents:
Explosives and Propellants
Plastic Explosive Filler
Improvised Black Powder
Carbone Tet- Explosive
Methyl Nitrate Dynamite
Urea Nitrate Explosive
Sodium Chlorate and Sugar or Aluminum Explosive…
Mines and Grenades
Wine Bottle Cone Charge
Coke Bottle Shaped Charge…
Small Arms Weapons and Ammunitions
Pipe Pistol for 9 mm Ammunition
Shotgun (12 gauge)
Carbine (7.62 mm Standard Rifle Ammunition)
Mortars and Rockets
Shotgun Grenade Launcher
Fire Bottle Launcher
60 mm Mortar Projectile Launcher…
Chemical Fire Bottle
Gelled Flame Fuels
Improvised White Flare
Improvised White Smoke Munitions…
Fuses, Detonators & Delay Mechanisms
Electric Bulb Initiator
Fuse Igniter from Book Matches
Delay Igniter from Cigarette
Watch Delay Timer
Can-Liquid Time Delay
Rope Grenade Launching Technique
Bicycle Generator Power Source
Primary High Explosives
Secondary High Explosives
Throughout history, military leaders have recognized the importance of reconnaissance and surveillance. Gaining and maintaining contact with the enemy is essential to win the battle, and U.S. military history contains many examples where our knowledge of the enemy, or lack of knowledge, directly led to victory or defeat.
The role of reconnaissance and surveillance has not diminished on the modern battlefield; if anything, it has become even more important. Battles at the combat training centers prove that a good reconnaissance and surveillance effort is critical to successful attacks. On the other hand, a poor reconnaissance and surveillance effort almost guarantees defeat for the commander. The message is clear: success on the battlefield begins with reconnaissance and surveillance.
This essential handbook covers:
- Organizing Missions
- Electronic warfare
- And more!
It also looks at the development of intelligence, employment considerations for reconnaissance, and defines the roles of various personnel in planning operations.
Intended for maneuver commanders and their staffs; intelligence staffs and collection managers; and other personnel involved in planning and reconnaissance and counter-reconnaissance operations, and now available to everyone, U.S. Army Reconnaissance and Surveillance Handbook provides an insider’s look into the world of Army intelligence.