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ASVAB Question of the Week: September 17, 2014

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Book Review: The Soldier's Guide by the Department of the Army

The Soldier's Guide (published by Skyhorse Publishing) is a compilation of numerous Army regulations and manuals. LTC Charles C. Hagemeister (retired) compiled this edition of the manual and injects his own insight and numerous inspirational stories into the text to put a human aspect to what can be dry material. This book is styled very much like other US military documents with chapter and paragraph numbering and black and white images. In that way, it isn't only the content familiarizing the reader with the US Army way, but the very method that information is passed along is done is very much like an official manual - just a tad more casual in tone.

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ASVAB Question of the Week: September 10, 2014

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ASVAB Question of the Week: September 3, 2014

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Water Requirements in the Desert

The subject of man and water in the desert has generated considerable interest and confusion since the early days of World War II when the US Army was preparing to fight in North Africa. At one time the US Army thought it could condition men to do with less water by progressively reducing their water supplies during training. They called it water discipline. It caused hundreds of heat casualties.

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Are We Drinking Ourselves into Over-hydration?

The British Medical Journal has released new findings on getting and staying hydrated during these summer months. Among their new findings:

  • Prehydrate: While it may sound like a good idea, but there is little evidence to show that it does much more than give you an uncomfortable stomach full of water splashing around. It could also lead to over-hydration, which can be just as serious as being under-hydrated.
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Basic Cold Weather Survival Tips

It is more difficult for you to satisfy your basic water, food, and shelter needs in a cold environment than in a warm environment. Even if you have the basic requirements, you must also have adequate protective clothing and the will to survive. The will to survive is as important as the basic needs. There have been incidents when trained and well-equipped individuals have not survived cold weather situations because they

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