Item description for U.S. Army Map Reading and Land Navigation Handbook (U.S. Army) by Department of the Army...
The Army version "Map Reading and Land Navigation" is the simplest and most straightforward explanation of how to get around with just a compass and a map. This guide is perfect for any outdoorsman or for teaching Boy Scouts how to use a compass.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 7.3" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Jun 23, 2007
ISBN 9562914968 ISBN13 9789562914963
Availability 118 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 08:32.
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More About Department of the Army
Sergeant First Class Matt Larsen is a longtime trainer in survival and fighting techniques for the Army Rangers. A graduate of the multi-service SERE (Survival, Evasion, Rescue, and Escape) training program and of Jungle Survival Training in the Philippines and Okinawa, he served in the 75th Ranger Regiment for over twelve years, parachuting into Panama during the 1989 U.S. invasion and participating in the Gulf War.
Reviews - What do customers think about U.S. Army Map Reading and Land Navigation Handbook (U.S. Army)?
not to learn from Jun 12, 2007
Found this book confusing. Maps are illegible which makes the text irrelevant. It covers way too much detail all at once instead of progressing through steps. Covers alot of info and data useful only for those in the military. May work in conjunction with a lecture course, but by itself I would be surprised if anyone learned only from this book. I am new to this so maybe it's just not for beginners.
Learn to Navigate Apr 10, 2007
Study orienteering with the handbook used by the U.S. Army. This guide is perfect for any outdoorsman or for teaching Boy Scouts how to use a compass.
First choice for teaching purposes Mar 7, 2007
I own several excellent books on compass use and "orienteering." The Army version "Map Reading and Land Navigation" is the simplest and most straightforward explanation of how to get around with just a compass and a map. If I were teaching teenagers (Scouts, etc.) how to use these tools this would be my choice of text.
A 'must' for any who might need basic survival skills Aug 7, 2005
Soldiers need to know how to read maps accurately, how to navigate, and how to understand all manner of maps, compasses, celestial navigation and more. So does the outdoorsman. For the military and the outdoors wilderness trekker, U.S. Army Map Reading And Land Navigation Handbook provides basic instruction on grids, scale and distance, reading overlays and using navigation equipment. A 'must' for any who might need basic survival skills.