100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding by Clint Emerson

By Clint Emerson

A hands-on, functional survival consultant from retired army SEAL Clint Emerson—adapted for civilians from genuine unique forces operations—to eluding pursuers, evading catch, and surviving any harmful situation.

In today’s more and more harmful global, threats on your own safeguard are in all places. From acts of terror to mass shootings, and from the unseen (and occasionally digital) matrix of daily crime, chance isn't any longer constrained to darkish alleys or volatile areas. in all likelihood life-threatening situations can come up wherever, every time, and Clint Emerson—former army SEAL—wants you to be prepared.

100 lethal abilities includes confirmed self-defense abilities, evasion strategies, and immobilizing maneuvers—modified from the realm of black ops—to assist you take motion in several “worst case” situations from escaping a locked trunk, to creating an improvised Taser, to tricking facial attractiveness software program. With easy-to-understand directions and illustrations, Emerson outlines intimately many life-saving ideas and teaches you ways to imagine and act like a member of the designated forces.

This entire direction in survival teaches you ways to avoid monitoring, sidestep a kidnapping, elude an lively shooter, rappel down the aspect of a development, immobilize a nasty man, provide yourself with protection opposed to cyber-criminals, and lots more and plenty more—all utilizing low-tech to “no-tech” tools. transparent, specified, and awarded in an easy-to-understand and execute structure, a hundred lethal talents is a useful source. simply because let’s face it, whilst possibility is coming near near, you don’t have time for classy directions.

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He was suddenly afraid. Suppose he had caught something? When he was outside in air again he looked at the tiny tell-tale that was surgically embedded on the inner surface of his forearm. His pulse, respiration and endocrine balance were normal except for the minor irregularities caused by his worrying, and there was nothing foreign in his bloodstream. What was wrong with him? Conway finished his rounds as quickly as possible. He felt confused again. If his mind was playing tricks on him he was going to take the necessary steps to rectify the matter.

That was the only disadvantage—if it was a disadvantage—of the Educator Tape system. Not only was knowledge impressed on the mind undergoing “tuition,” the personalities of the entities who had possessed that knowledge was transferred as well. Small wonder then that the Diagnosticians, who held in their mind sometimes as many as ten different tapes, were a little bit queer. A Diagnostician had the most important job in the hospital, Conway thought, as he donned radiation armor and readied his patients for the preliminary examination.

He doesn’t wear uniform, of course,” the Monitor added quickly, “because Diagnosticians grow forgetful and are careless about small things. ” Lister, a Monitor! ” Conway burst out in spite of himself. “Everybody knows what you are. How did you gain power here in the first place . . “Everybody does not know, obviously,” Williamson cut in, “because you don’t, for one. VI The Monitor was no longer angry, Conway saw as they finished with their current patient and moved onto the next. Instead there was an expression on the other’s face oddly reminiscent of a parent about to lecture an offspring on some of the unpleasant facts of life.

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