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Free Green Beret Pocket-Sized Survival Guide: First Aid, Water, Food, Shelter, Scavenge, Specific Emergencies and Disasters (The Green Beret Guide)

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Put this pocket size guide in your bug out bag for the next zombie apocalypse — or the next Electromagnetic Pulse

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Updated April 2022. The book starts with critical life-saving medical information. Then the first five things to do in an emergency. From there it cover the five critical areas: first aid, water, food, shelter and fire. This book lays out how to survive from mild, to moderate, to extreme emergencies in a logical flow. Water and food procurement. Building shelter. Fire starting. Navigating and tracking. Specific environments. First Aid.
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Kinda hard to put an ebook into a bug out bag...
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Kinda hard to put an ebook into a bug out bag...
Drop it on an old kindle, pick up a cheap battery with integrated solar charger, charge up the kindle. Not that hard.
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Drop it on an old kindle, pick up a cheap battery with integrated solar charger, charge up the kindle. Not that hard.
-No longer pocket size

-"Hold on, we can start surviving just as soon as my shitty old kindle charges by solar"

-Plus, how often does it need to reauthorize through Amazon? Unless it's an Amazocalypse these DRM files will be useless

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-No longer pocket size

-"Hold on, we can start surviving just as soon as my shitty old kindle charges by solar"

-Plus, how often does it need to reauthorizate through Amazon? Unless it's an Amazocalpse mobi files will be useless
So, I don't think you're meant to wait until the apocalypse to read this. You could, like, do some pre-reading. Also, you could probably print the book yourself whatever size you'd like. I mean, it's freakin' free.
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So, I don't think you're meant to wait until the apocalypse to read this. You could, like, do some pre-reading. Also, you could probably print the book yourself whatever size you'd like. I mean, it's freakin' free.
True (if you have a good way to convert it into a DRM free format anyway). I'm not one to complain about free stuff, I was just disappointed the meatspace version wasn't free and thought it was funny to have a "pocket survival guide" you can't use without a battery or internet.
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True (if you have a good way to convert it into a DRM free format anyway). I'm not one to complain about free stuff, I was just disappointed the meatspace version wasn't free and thought it was funny to have a "pocket survival guide" you can't use without a battery or internet.
That's fair. Point taken.
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Would the ebook version survive an EMP?
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Any comments on the actual content of the book, digital format or otherwise?
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Would the ebook version survive an EMP?
Put it in a faraday cage.
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Kinda hard to put an ebook into a bug out bag...
Those who survive will have read it and remember the information in their mind…
You think green berets carry little books and little chairs and desks with them ?
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-No longer pocket size

-"Hold on, we can start surviving just as soon as my shitty old kindle charges by solar"

-Plus, how often does it need to reauthorize through Amazon? Unless it's an Amazocalypse these DRM files will be useless

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Hmm, in many computers there is this special function, called print. Just make sure you print it using the method that uses carbon with a polymer matrix deposited on bleached wood fiber sheets via laser/led, does not fade compared to inkjet. A stack of these bound together takes up more space than a kindle but does not need power to access the information. No need to reauthorize beyond opening your optical scanners. Also, bug out bag ready if you don't mind wrinkles.
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Hmm, in many computers there is this special function, called print. Just make sure you print it using the method that uses carbon with a polymer matrix deposited on bleached wood fiber sheets via laser/led, does not fade compared to inkjet. A stack of these bound together takes up more space than a kindle but does not need power to access the information. No need to reauthorize beyond opening your optical scanners. Also, bug out bag ready if you don't mind wrinkles.
Try printing this DRM locked kindle file and let me know how much effort it takes you
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Drop it on an old kindle, pick up a cheap battery with integrated solar charger, charge up the kindle. Not that hard.
But wouldn't it be cheaper to just buy the book?
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