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    It takes much more than the knowledge and skills to build shelters, get food,
    make fires, and travel without the aid of standard navigational devices to live
    successfully through a survival situation. Some people with little or no survival
    training have managed to survive life-threatening circumstances. Some
    people with survival training have not used their skills and died. A key
    ingredient in any survival situation is the mental attitude of the individual(s)
    involved. Having survival skills is important; having the will to survive is
    essential. Without a desk to survive, acquired skills serve little purpose and
    invaluable knowledge goes to waste.

    There is a psychology to survival. The soldier in a survival environment faces
    many stresses that ultimately impact on his mind. These stresses can produce
    thoughts and emotions that, if poorly understood, can transform a confident,
    well-trained soldier into an indecisive, ineffective individual with questionable
    ability to survive. Thus, every soldier must be aware of and be able to
    recognize those stresses commonly associated with survival. Additionally, it is
    imperative that soldiers be aware of their reactions to the wide variety of
    stresses associated with survival. This chapter will identify and explain the
    nature of stress, the stresses of survival, and those internal reactions soldiers
    will naturally experience when faced with the stresses of a real-world survival
    situation. The knowledge you, the soldier, gain from this chapter and other
    chapters in this manual, will prepare you to come through the toughest times

    US Army Survival Manual FM 21-76.pdf 2.72 MB

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