Map reading and navigation is serious business, so why would you settle for anything but a no-nonsense instructional manual on the subject from the organization that must be precise in life-or-death situations? Here is a manual that leaves nothing to chance. It explains for military personnel and civilian outdoorsmen every aspect of land navigation. It requires no prior knowledge of these subjects, and includes sections on map care, comprehension of map symbols, military symbols, grid reference systems, and interpretation of aerial photographs. Anyone who spends time in the outdoors or is interested in military practices will be fascinated by this handbook.
The Department of the Army is headquartered at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, and also authors the U.S. Army Ranger Handbook and U.S. Army Map Reading and Navigation.
192 Pages Paperback 5" x 7" / ISBN: 978-1-60239-702-6