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The Army Digital Training Library is on-line at >> [url="https://rdl.train.army.mil/soldierPortal/soldier.portal"]https://rdl.train.army.mil/soldierPortal/soldier.portal[/url] <<



While some of the material is restricted (FOUO), much of it is available to the public...



For example you can download the "survival course", and various medical courses (i.e. Basic Human Anatomy).



You will probably find something useful to add to your personal library and increase your survival knowledge.









Cheers,

Mick
Nice, thanks for the link Mick.



Jerry
good find! Good reading on a rainy day.
Another gem, Mick....thank you for posting this, it looks like a treasure trove
[quote name='Mick Chesbro' post='245136' date='May 26 2008, 08:49 AM']The Army Digital Training Library is on-line at >> [url="https://rdl.train.army.mil/soldierPortal/soldier.portal"]https://rdl.train.army.mil/soldierPortal/soldier.portal[/url] <<



While some of the material is restricted (FOUO), much of it is available to the public...



For example you can download the "survival course", and various medical courses (i.e. Basic Human Anatomy).



You will probably find something useful to add to your personal library and increase your survival knowledge.









Cheers,

Mick[/quote]

Mick,



I am curious as to why you put "survival course" in quotes? I am not speculating contrary to your inteneded reasoning as of yet, however often times quotation marks are used intentionally to the diminishment of those in which the context was proposed.



I am not "calling you out", but I am searching for context and meaning.



Thanks in advance,

Tap



Standing by and curious.............



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