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Survival Friday: The Keys for Survival Team Communication

Survival Friday: Excerpt from the The Green Survival Guide

Team Communication

The first issue is going to be communicating.  It is unlikely you will all be in the same place when a disaster strikes.  1,028 more words

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The Story Grid: A Writer’s Tool

Every book is an adventure in writing, but there is one tool I have consistently used from my very first book and with every single one of the next 60 some odd that followed: The Story Grid. 627 more words

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Survival Friday: The Keys for Organizing Your Survival Team

Survival Friday: Excerpt from The Green Beret Survival Guide

Organizing Your Neighborhood/Work Place

This is particularly key in moderate emergencies.  During natural disasters such as hurricane, flood, extreme weather, wild fire, etc. 382 more words

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The relevance of customer reviews and discoverability

By Jen Talty

The way in which we buy books is changing. We have fewer bookstores and the major retailers are cutting back on their space of books and racking only the top names. 1,193 more words

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Survival Friday: Open Wounds First Aid

Survival Friday: excerpt from The Green Beret Survival Guide

Open wounds are serious in a survival situation, not only because of tissue damage and blood loss, but also because they may become infected. 468 more words

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Special Edition Survival Friday-- The Area Study, reference WA state landslide

The Green Beret Area Study

Once the landslide started in WA state, it was too late to do anything about it.  The speed and ferocity of such an event cannot be under-estimated and the results are horrifying.  2,563 more words

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Survival Friday: Water First Aid

Survival Friday: Excerpt from The Green Beret Survival Guide

Your body loses water through normal body processes (sweating, urinating, and defecating). During average daily exertion when the atmospheric temperature is 20 degrees Celsius (C) (68 degrees Fahrenheit), the average adult loses and therefore requires 2 to 3 liters of water daily. 591 more words

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