SAR Fundamentals/Survival, body management and fitness


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SAR Fundamentals Manual:
  • Ch.4 "Fitness"
  • Ch.5 "Survival and Body Management"
Basic SAR Skills Manual:
  • Ch.3 "Fitness for SAR"
  • Ch.24 "Survival (Body Management)"

Compare with SAR Fundamentals/Survival skills which focus the doing rather than the body.

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