Surviving by Trapping, Fishing, & Eating Plants by Patrick Wilson
(Extreme Survival in the Military)

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Elite forces are often assigned to secret missions behind enemy lines, which means they have to spend time in the wilderness. They need to be prepared to live off the land for long periods of time to keep from being detected. Therefore, an important part of elite soldiers' training is how to live in remote areas and how to get food from the plants and animals around them. Discover some of the ways in which the armed forces survive in these conditions. Learn: how to set traps to catch small animals like weasels and rabbits. which fish can be caught with an improvised line and bait. which plants and fungi can be eaten. how to spot poisonous flora and fungi.

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Patrick Wilson has starred on Broadway in "Barefoot in the Park, Oklahoma!" (Tony Award nominated), and "The Full Monty" (Tony nomination, Drama League Award). His film credits include "Little Children, Phantom of the Opera, Hard Candy", and the HBO Mini series "Angels in America" (Golden Globe and Emmy nominations).
Published February 3, 2015 by Mason Crest. 83 pages
Genres: History, War, Children's Books, Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction