The first book on tracking in a combat situation that includes suggestions for integrating visual tracking operations into existing military doctrine in addition to the boots-on-the-ground detail necessary for soldiers who perform those operationsHow to visually track an armed individual or group in a combat situation for the purposes of gaining intelligence, locating the enemy, and/or killing themPacked with photographs and carefully crafted diagramsA functional, readable manual for soldiers, trackers, military organizations, affiliates, and enthusiasts around the world
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Published August 1, 2012
by Stackpole Books.
History, Education & Reference, War.