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SEAL Survival Guide : A Navy SEAL's Secrets to Surviving Any Disaster - Cade Courtley

SEAL Survival Guide

A Navy SEAL's Secrets to Surviving Any Disaster

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Trained by the U.S. Navy to become one of the world's most elite soldiers, former Navy SEAL Platoon Commander/Sniper and Senior SEAL Instructor Cade Courtley presents his SEAL Survival Guide as a way to give readers the tools to live with confidence and security in an increasingly dangerous world. With insight into how to think and act like a SEAL, and step-by-step instructions for dealing with anything from earthquakes to terrorist attacks to mall shootings, this is the authoritative guide to overcoming life-threatening situations from the preeminent American survivalist.

Delivered in a user-friendly fashion and with a voice that is both relatable and backed by extensive experience, SEAL Survival Guide is a manual that no modern household should be without.

About the Author

Cade spent most of his young adult life in the outdoors. Upon graduation from the University of San Diego, he was immediately commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy and began Navy SEAL Training (BUD/S). After several intense tours as a Platoon Commander that had him operating around the world, Cade decided to leave the SEAL teams to pursue other challenges. He was the host of Spike TV's and Discovery Channel's show Surviving Disaster.

Introductionp. xiii
SEAL Mindset and Survival Psychologyp. 1
Expand Your Comfort Zonep. 3
Increase Your Physical Toughnessp. 5
Increase Your Mental Toughnessp. 7
Mental Preparationp. 10
Emergency Conditioning
Visualization
Rehearsal
Muscle Memory
Create a Trigger
Violence of Action
Situational Awareness
Composure Under Pressure
Combat Breathing
Checklists
Use the Rule of Threep. 23
Long-Haul Survivalp. 24
Survival Scenariosp. 27
Abandon Shipp. 29
What to Do When Boarding a Ship or Boat
What to Do When a Ship Is Taking On Water
Abandoning Ship
Mayday
Going into the Water
Active Shooterp. 37
Active-Shooter Incidents
Police Response Time
Situational Awareness: Exits, Cover, People
Once a Shooting Begins 0 Reverse 911
Movement Techniques
Bullet Penetration
Decoys
Moving as a Group
Set an Ambush
Encountering Law Enforcement
Airplane Crashp. 58
Preflight Preparation
Where to Sit
Gathering Intelligence on Your Plane
Situational Awareness on the Plane
Impact Brace Positions
Postimpact
Finding the Best Exit
What to Do Once You're Out
Animal Attackp. 66
Dogs
Black Bears
Brown Bears
Polar Bears
Mountain Lions
Auto Accidentp. 77
Seat Belts
Air Bags
Other Safety Features and Precautions
Avoiding and Minimizing Accidents
Four O'clock and Eight O'clock Hand Positions
Tire Blowouts
Postaccident Actions
Biochemical Attackp. 84
History
Early Signs
How to Protect Yourself and Escape
Improvised Gas Mask
Shelter In
If You've Been Exposed
Bombp. 91
Car Bomb
Situational Awareness
Individual Precautions for Community Safety
Structural Safety
IED and Booby Trap
Suicide Bombers
If a Bomb Detonates
Bridge Collapsep. 100
Crumbling Infrastructure
Bracing for Impact
How to Escape a Submerged Vehicle
On the Surface
Burglary and Robberyp. 106
Crime Facts
Prevention
Point of Entry
Being a Good Neighbor
Neighborhood Watches
Exterior Lighting
Doors and Locks
Windows
Interior Lighting
Alarms
Dogs
When a Burglary Happens
When a Robbery Happens
Encountering the Invader
Convenience Store and Bank Robberies
Carjackingp. 119
Being Alert
Typical Strategies Carjackers Use
The Bump and Jump
The Good Samaritan
The Ruse
The Trap
Surprise Attack
Prevention
During a Carjacking
When a Carjacking Becomes an Abduction
Carjacked as a Passenger
Locked in Your Trunk
Earthquakep. 128
Secure the Compound
If You Are Outdoors
If You Are in a Vehicle
If You Are Inside
Drop, Cover, and Hold On
Triangle of Life
Aftermath
Buried in Rubble
Tapping
Elevator Emergencyp. 135
Situational Awareness
Elevator Entrapment
Free Fall
Falling Through Icep. 141
Going In
Swimming Out
Rolling Out
Stop and Save It
If You Are a Bystander
Fightingp. 146
Prefight
Commanding Presence 'Distance
The Fight
Protect Your Face
Stay On Your Feet
Hit Hard
Vulnerable Points on the Body
Punches
Palm Strikes
Feet
Elbows
Knees
Chokeholds
Thumb Drops
If They Have a Knife or a Gun
Final Note on Fighting
Fire: Forests, Buildings, Homesp. 160
Situational Awareness: Know Your Risk
Outdoor Fire Threats
Preparation Checklists
Building and House Fires
Renters
What to Do in a Fire
Flash Flood, Flooding, and Tsunamip. 167
During a Flood
Aftermath of a Flood
Tsunami
Know Your Location
Animal Behaviors
Foot Pursuit and Being Chasedp. 171
Mindset
Use Your Environment
Gang Violencep. 174
Wrong Place, Wrong Time
Distance and De-escalation
Punch and Run: Fight and Flight
Hijackingp. 178
Before You Board
Settling Into Your Seat
Observe Your Passengers
Air Marshals
Assess the Hijacker
Charge!
Improvised Weapons
Explosives
Search, Handle, Restrain
The Outside World's Response
Home Invasionp. 186
Tiger Kidnapping
Prevention and Rehearsal
Safe Rooms
When Violence Comes
SERE (Survive, Evade, Resist, Escape)
How to Escape Restraints
Alerting Others
Hurricane and Tornadop. 199
Hurricane Preparation
When to Evacuate
Holding Your Position
Caught Outside
It's Not Over Yet
Tornado Survival
Jailp. 206
Jail Types and Stats
Mental Preparation
Just Locked Up
What Not to Do
Violence Behind Bars
Be Good
Lightningp. 211
Know the Enemy
Targets
The 30/30 Rule
Action Checklist
Lost at Seap. 214
Survival Priorities
Staying Afloat
Retaining Heat
Avoiding Sunstroke
Getting Water
Getting Food
Signaling
Raft Survival
Sea-Induced Delusions
The Long Haul
Shark Attack
Lost in the Desertp. 228
Survival Priorities
Shade
Finding Water
Building a Solar Still
Types of Shelters
Walking Out
Lost in the Frozen Mountainsp. 235
Survival Priorities
Finding Shelter
Building a Quinze
Starting and Maintaining a Fire
Dry Clothing
Getting Water
Getting Food
Trapping
Lichen
Moving and Navigation
Improvised Compasses
Nuclear Attackp. 245
How a Bomb Works
EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse)
How to React
Materials That Protect from Radiation
Avoiding Radiation by Sheltering In
Avoiding Radiation by Outrunning It
Decontamination
Pandemicp. 252
Methods of Transmission
Preventing Infection
Pandemic in Effect
Disruption of Services
Minimum Food Essentials
Your Crew
When You're the Sick One
Sickroom
Homemade Protective Gear
Handling the Dead
Riots and Stampedesp. 259
Awareness of Likelihood
If You Are in a Riot
If You Live in an Area Where Riots Are Occurring
Stampedes
Road Rage: Defensive and Evasive Drivingp. 266
Letting Go of Anger on the Road
Defensive Driving: Expect the Worst
Evasive Driving
Basic Techniques for a High-Speed Chase
Advanced Techniques
Y-Turas
J-Turns
Barricade Breaching
Being Rammed
Driver Down
Search and Rescuep. 273
Step Up and Help!
Gear Up
Going In
Marking Your Results
Extracting Survivors
Levers
Cribbing and Shoring
Stalker and Surveillance Detectionp. 277
Stalking Stats
If You Are Being Followed
Change Your Routine
Surveillance Detection Route
Ambush
Torture and Being Held Hostagep. 280
Torture's Many Forms
Why Me?
Accepting Your Situation
Stress Management
Time
Thoughts of Escape
Become the Gray Man
Managing the Pain
Give Something vs. Give Nothing
Trouble in a Foreign Countryp. 286
Before You Go
Friendly Embassies
Avoid Trouble
In Trouble
On the Run
Part Three: Gear and Improvised Weaponsp. 293
Gearp. 295
Go Bag Essentials
Go Bag Advanced
Firearmsp. 298
Thoughts on Firearms
What Weapon Is Best?
Basic Firearm Operation and Safety
Improvised Weaponsp. 301
Survival Medicinep. 305
Step Up and Help!p. 308
Casualty Assessment
Get into Action
Initial Assessment
Triage
Immediate Priorities for Treating the Injuredp. 312
ABC (Airway, Breathing, Circulation)
Rescue Breathing
CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
Stopping the Bleeding
Dressing the Wound
Tourniquets
Protecting Wounds
Fractures
Dislocations
Transporting the Injured
Shockp. 329
Causes
Prevention and Treatment
Heat Injuriesp. 331
Dehydration
Heat Cramps
Heat Exhaustion
Heatstroke
Cold Injuriesp. 333
Hypothermia
Frostbite
Trench Foot
Trench Footp. 339
Chokingp. 339
How to Help Someone Who's Choking
If You Are Alone and Choking
If the Victim Is Unconscious
Burnsp. 341
Burn Types
Short-term Treatment
Long-term Treatment
Bites and Stingsp. 343
Bees and Wasps
Spiders and Scorpions
Snakes
Acknowledgmentsp. 345
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ISBN: 9781451690293
ISBN-10: 1451690290
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 368
Published: 1st December 2012
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 15.5  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.58