By Paladin Press
Here's the actual handbook used to coach the patrol leaders of the U.S. Navy's elite SEAL groups. An unique inside of examine the venture making plans technique, objective research, ideas of engagement, the caution order and patrol leader's order, insertion and extraction equipment, get away and evasion tactics and extra. contains appendices on intelligence, weaponry and demolitions, vessels, airplane and communications.
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U.S. Navy SEAL Patrol Leader's Handbook by Paladin Press