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Sergeant First Class Matt Larsen, a longtime trainer in survival and fighting techniques for the Army Rangers, recently revised and updated the U.S. Army Survival Handbook (Lyons). He is the Director of the Modern Army Combatives Program (MACP), which he created, and the Commandant of the US Army Combatives School (USACS), which he founded at Fort Benning, Georgia. He lives in Columbus, Georgia.
Gina Cavallaro is a staff reporter for the Army Times. She has been embedded in Iraq five times and is currently in Afghanistan. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
Table of Contents
|Preface: A Mother's Gift||p. xii|
|Going to War: Lessons from the Hindu Kush||p. 1|
|A Taunting Enemy||p. 16|
|˘The Nastiest Fight÷||p. 22|
|Other People's Houses||p. 35|
|In Their Own Words||p. 44|
|Rangers: Sniper Assaulters||p. 62|
|Operators as Teachers: Lessons Learned at Range 37||p. 74|
|Hidden in Plain Sight||p. 85|
|The Hide Site: Three Stories||p. 96|
|Sneaking Around in Salman Pak||p. 130|
|In the Glint of a Scope||p. 142|
|Freaky Bull's-eye Shot||p. 152|
|Shots Not Taken||p. 161|
|Snipers, Brothers||p. 182|
|Notes and Acknowledgments||p. 202|
|About the Authors||p. 216|
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