The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Surviving in the Wild and Being Prepared for Any Disaster by CLINT EMERSON, NAVY SEAL, RET.
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- In his New York Times bestseller 100 Deadly Skills (2015), retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson focused on showing the predator mindset.
In his newest book, 100 DEADLY SKILLS: SURVIVAL EDITION – The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Surviving in the Wild and Being Prepared for Any Disaster (Touchstone Trade Paperback Original; October 18, 2016; $19.99; ISBN: 978-1-5011-4390-8), he demonstrates how to survive in the wild and defend ourselves from present danger.
Do you know what to do in an active shooter situation, or how to apply trauma medicine after a catastrophic event? What’s the most important thing to do if you’re stuck on a desert island or being boarded by pirates?
You’ll learn the answers and much more in 100 DEADLY SKILLS: SURVIVAL EDITION. Retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson spent 20 years in operations around the globe while attached to SEAL Team Three, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the elite SEAL Team Six. Now Emerson has created the essential survival guide, as adapted from the missions, training, and protocol of special operations, to combat the real threats of today’s complex world.
With a perspective that accounts for situations as varied as escaping a theater shooting, creating improvised water filters, eluding a wild boar attack, and defending against home invasions, 100 DEADLY SKILLS: SURVIVAL EDITION is the manual to help you defeat a range of life-threatening scenarios, from being lost in the woods to scenarios pulled directly from today’s headlines. Clint Emerson is a decorated hero and the survival expert we need to combat today’s crises.
Each skill is demonstrated with easy-to-understand instructions and illustrations, and relies on low tech or “no-tech” tools. These 100 Skills are meant to keep us safe even during catastrophe. Among many other skills,
Emerson provides instructions for:
- Skill #1: Become Crisis Proof
- Skill #13: Build a Bamboo Hammock
- Skill #17 & 19: Build an Artic Fire and Shelter
- Skill #22 & 24: Locate Drinking Water and Food in a Desert
- Skill #44: Defend a Ship Against Pirates
- Skill #45: Fortify Your Home Security
- Skill #58: Elude Ransomware Attacks
- Skill #60: Ambush an Active Shooter
- Skill #61: Improvise a Door Closer Lock
- Skill #62: Detect an Inspired Terrorist
- Skill #84: Survive a Human Stampede
- Skill #88 & 89: Sending a Distress Signal by Day & Night
- Skill #94: Treat Gunshot Wounds
In the event that you find yourself foraging for lost in the woods or facing a terrorist threat on the subway, wouldn’t you want these survival skills in your arsenal—and the wisdom of a Navy SEAL in your back pocket?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
CLINT EMERSON, retired Navy SEAL, spent twenty years conducting special ops all over the world while attached to SEAL Team Three, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the elite SEAL Team Six. A graduate of the American Military University in Virginia with a B.A. in Security Management, he spent a portion of his time in the special operations community with a Special Mission Unit (SMU), developing and implementing specialized skills in support of operations in various hostile environments targeting high value individuals. A counterterrorism and surveillance expert, Clint has received numerous awards for bravery and leadership, including a bronze star. Emerson is the founder of Escape the Wolf, a company focused on workplace violence prevention and response, threat identification and crisis management. He lives in Texas with his family.