Nuclear War Survival Skills: Lifesaving Nuclear Facts and Self-Help Instructions (Paperback)
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Be prepared for the worst case scenario with t this field-tested guide to surviving a nuclear attack, written by a revered civil defense expert.
This edition of Cresson H. Kearny’s iconic Nuclear War Survival Skills (originally published in 1979 and updated by Kearny himself in 1987 and again in 2001), offers expert advice for ensuring your family’s safety should the worst come to pass. Chock-full of practical instructions and preventative measures, Nuclear War Survival Skills is based on years of meticulous scientific research conducted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Featuring a new introduction by ex-Navy SEAL and New York Times bestselling author Don Mann, this book also includes
Instructions for six different fallout shelters
Food and water
Myths and facts about the dangers of nuclear weapons
Tips for maintaining an adequate food and water supply
Shelter sanitation and preventive medicine
Surviving without doctors
A foreword by “the father of the hydrogen bomb,” physicist Dr. Edward Teller,
An “About the Author” note by Eugene P. Wigner, physicist and Nobel Laureate.
Written at a time when global tensions were at their peak, Nuclear War Survival Skills remains relevant in the dangerous age in which we now live.
About the Author
Don Mann’s impressive military resume includes being a decorated combat veteran; corpsman; SEAL special operations technician; jungle survival, desert survival, and arctic survival instructor; small arms weapons, foreign weapons, armed and unarmed defense tactics, and advanced hand-to-hand combat instructor; and Survival, Evade, Resistance, and Escape instructor, in addition to other credentials. He lives in Williamsburg, Virginia.