Chapters: Preface, Introduction, Psychology of Survival, Survival Planning and Survival Kits, Basic Survival Medicine, Shelters, Water Procurement, Firecraft, Food Procurement, Survival Use of Plants, Poisonous Plants, Dangerous Animals, Field-Expedient Weapons, Tools, and Equipment, Desert Survival, Tropical Survival, Cold Weather Survival, Sea Survival, Expedient Water Crossings，Field-Expedient Direction Finding, Signaling Techniques, Survival Movement in Hostile Areas, Camouflage, Contact With People.
Appendices: Survival Kits, Edible and Medicinal Plants, Poisonous Plants, Dangerous Insects and Arachnids, Venomous Snakes and Lizards, Dangerous Fish and Mollusks, Ropes and Knots, Clouds, Evasion Plan of Action Format.
The purpose of this app is to act as a guide and does not cover all arm-and-hand signals used in the Army, only those that are commonly used for controlling Ground Forces.
Types of signals included:
- Signals for combat formations and battle drills
- Signals for crew-served weapons
- Signals for patrolling
- Signals for recovery operations
- Signals to control convoys
- Signals to control vehicle drivers and/or crews
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ROC-V Mobile Edition ships with six default lists:
-Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks (SMCT)
-Rotary Wing Only
-Wheeled, Armored Only
-Wheeled, Unarmored Only
Users can also create custom sets from scratch.
Free Study Mode:
-Allows users to view images of vehicles from eight different aspects, learn helpful H.A.T.S/R.E.F.T. identification cues and compare two vehicles side-by-side.
Contains two engaging challenge modes:
Vehicle Discrimination Challenge
-Presents the user with two images, side-by-side, and is prompted to click on the image of the named vehicle.
Timed Signature Challenge
-Asks the user to identify a displayed vehicle through a six-alternative, timed multiple-choice test.
Note: This application is for evaluation only. It is not endorsed by the US Army.