Thanks OP and Thanks to Stephen Ricciardelli who runs the site, what a useful repository of Military Knowledge. I have AFMAN 10-100 in physical form,
fits right into your BDU pocket. I used to teach Aircrew how to survive in the wilderness so I would suggest for ALL of you to read:
ARMYMAN FM 3-05.70
Thanks for the Stars, Flags and Comments guys, keep them coming!
It really IS a good find! I wish I posted it when I found it months ago.
Some of the manuals are real treasures, others look like they could be Terrorist handbooks!
Im sure these will come in handy.
First college courses now army manuals,
Just gotta wait for a book on how to become a billionaire and rip off the rest of humanity handbook and im sorted
Just downloaded the Army field manual(FM3-05.70) last night, has a lot of useful tips. A must have. Cant wait to see these other branches manuals
And for you iPhone users there is a sweet ap that has all Military branches compiled into one. A nice little survival AP(99cents). Just search
survival in the Ap store.
Please folks be careful what you download from that gentleman site. take only what you need. he has shut it down before from people downloading to
much at one time and driving his band width cost threw the roof.
He is a good guy for offering this so treat him with the respect he deserves and help him keep his cost down to a more comfortable level.
Ive known about that site for almost two years but didn't post it hear for the very reason I said above. he can and will pull the downloads. Maybe
use the donation button he has provided to help things keep going.
Might not be a bad idea for folks to write down the designations for the manuals they want, and google each separately. I'm sure there are copies of
most of them in the wild, and would save on the guy's bandwidth.
There was a guy who had about 200 firearms references and he had to shut his site down because of people downloading the WHOLE site.
First, thank the OP for the tip and the gentleman that uploaded so many usefull information to us for free.
but I just registered to say the obvious, if he is concerned about bandwidth usage, lets create a torrent and upload it on public tracker (not TPB)
put all credits in the torrent and its done.
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