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DOWNLOAD - US Army - Self Defense, Survival, Special Forces Manuals


Immediate Download of our Military Self Defense Classes and Manuals--Army, Navy, and Marines. Much emphasis on survival and self defense. A must have add to your collection of military books.



175 Military Manuals and Survival Books


The Best Survival, Military, and Self Defense Compilation you will find.

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This is an immediate download of 175 books on the subjects of US Military Policies, Gun Manuals, Field Manuals, Survival Tips and Techniques, Self Defense, and basically how to survive if something bad goes down!  No need to wait for snail mail delivery, just add this item to your cart and the files will be available to you for download right after checkout!

Note: This is a GIGABYTE (that's 1,000 megabytes) of data here. Thousands upon thousands of pages on military policies and survival techniques. Perhaps some people would find that a snoozer, yet some people who are interested in what they should do, and what the gov't will do in the case of an emergency, will find this information interesting. A list of files in this download is below.

Military ebooks

All books are in PDF format. You can print out as many copies as you need on your home printer. You will need a free copy of Adobe Reader that you can get for free online at Adobe's site.

Scroll down to bottom to see full list of titles offered on this disk.

Includes the following popular titles:

US Marine Corp Martial Arts Self Defense Course

Marine Corps Manuals

  • This 114 page manual includes the basics of self defense used by the Military in training soldiers. Learn what they learn from the comfort of your own home and be prepared for the worst should the worst happen.
State of the art defense techniques and procedures spelled out in detail with photographs as examples. Most fierce defense combat procedures are covered including unarmed defense against weapons and other topics such as:
  • Ranges of close combat
  • Weapones of the body
  • Target areas of the body
  • Pressure Points of the body
  • Basic Warrior stance
  • Angles of approach and movement
  • Balance and off-balancing
  • Falls
  • Non-lethal self defense techniques
  • Weapons of opportunity
  • Unarmed defense against hand-held weapons
  • Counters to hand-held weapon attacks
  • Principles of punches
  • Strikes with the upper body
  • Strikes with the Lower body
  • Counters to strikes
  • Hip throws
  • Leg Sweeps
  • Chokes and counters to chokes and Holds
  • Defensive ground fighting
  • Unarmed restrains and manipulations
  • Nonlethal batons



US Army Self Defense Course US Army Self Defense Course

US Army Self Defense Course US Army Self Defense Course

US Army Self Defense Course US Army Self Defense Course


US Army Combatives (Hand to Hand Combat) Manual

US Marines Self Defense Course

This fully detailed manual consists of 265 detailed pages of the US Army's Self Defense Course. Read and learn how our Rangers are taught to defend themselves against all enemies, foreign and domestic. The main topic of this manual is how to defend yourself against just about any type of manual hand to hand combat attack. If you are interested in learning the basics of combat, this is an invaluable tool. Contains hundreds of illustrations with step by step instructions.

Hand-to-hand combat is an engagement between two or more persons in an empty-handed struggle or with hand-held weapons such as knives, sticks, or projectile weapons that cannot be fired. Proficiency in hand-to-hand combat is one of the fundamental building blocks for training the modern soldier.

Soldiers must be prepared to use different levels of force in an environment where conflict may change from low intensity to high intensity over a matter of hours. Many military operations, such as peacekeeping missions or noncombatant evacuation, may restrict the use of deadly weapons. Hand-to-hand combatives training will save lives when an unexpected confrontation occurs. More importantly, combatives training helps to instill courage and self-confidence. With competence comes the understanding of controlled aggression and the ability to remain focused while under duress. Training in combatives includes hard and arduous physical training that is, at the same time, mentally demanding and carries over to other military pursuits.

The overall effect of combatives training is—

• The culmination of a successful physical fitness program, enhancing individual and unit strength, flexibility, balance, and cardiorespiratory fitness.
• Building personal courage, self confidence, self-discipline, and esprit de corps.

Underlying all combatives techniques are principles the hand-to-hand fighter must apply to successfully defeat an opponent. The natural progression of techniques, as presented in this manual, will instill these principles into the soldier.
a. Mental Calm. During a fight a soldier must keep his ability to think. He must not allow fear or anger to control his actions.
b. Situational Awareness. Things are often going on around the fighters that could have a direct impact on the outcome of the fight such as opportunity weapons or other personnel joining the fight.
c. Suppleness. A soldier cannot always count on being bigger and stronger than the enemy. He should, therefore, never try to oppose the enemy in a direct test of strength.
Supple misdirection of the enemy’s strength allows superior technique and fight strategy to overcome superior strength.
d. Base. Base refers to the posture that allows a soldier to gain leverage from the ground. Generally, a soldier must keep his center of gravity low and his base wide—
much like a pyramid.
e. Dominant Body Position. Position refers to the location of the fighter’s body in relation to his opponent’s. A vital principle when fighting is to gain control of the enemy by controlling this relationship. Before any killing or disabling technique can be applied, the soldier must first gain and maintain one of the dominant body positions.
f. Distance. Each technique has a window of effectiveness based upon the amount of space between the two combatants. The fighter must control the distance between himself and the enemy in order to control the fight.
g. Physical Balance. Balance refers to the ability to maintain equilibrium and to remain in a stable upright position.
h. Leverage. A fighter uses the parts of his body to create a natural mechanical advantage over the parts of the enemy’s body. By using leverage, a fighter can have a
greater effect on a much larger enemy.

The Army’s combatives program has been specifically designed to train the most competent fighters in the shortest possible time in the safest possible manner.
a. General Safety Precautions. The techniques of Army combatives should be taught in the order presented in this manual. They are arranged to not only give the
natural progression of techniques, but to present the more dangerous techniques after the soldiers have established a familiarity with the dynamics of combative techniques in general. This will result in fewer serious injuries from the more dynamic moves.
b. Supervision. The most important safety consideration is proper supervision. Because of the potentially dangerous nature of the techniques involved, combatives
training must always be conducted under the supervision of qualified leaders.
c. Training Areas. Most training should be conducted in an area with soft footing such as a grassy or sandy area. If training mats are available, they should be used. A hard surface area is not appropriate for combatives training.
d. Chokes. Chokes are the best way to end a fight. They are the most effective way to incapacitate an enemy and, with supervision, are also safe enough to apply in training exactly as on the battlefield.
e. Joint Locks. In order to incapacitate an enemy, attacks should be directed against large joints such as the elbow, shoulder, or knee. Attacks on most of these joints are very painful long before causing any injury, which allows full-force training to be conducted without significant risk of injury. The exceptions are wrist attacks and twisting knee attacks. The wrist is very easily damaged, and twisting the knee does not become painful until it is too late. Therefore, these attacks should be taught with great care and should not be allowed in sparring or competitions.
f. Striking. Striking is an inefficient way to incapacitate an enemy. Strikes are, however, an important part of an overall fight strategy and can be very effective in
manipulating the opponent into unfavorable positions. Striking can be practiced with various types of protective padding such as boxing gloves. Defense can be practiced using reduced force blows. Training should be continuously focused on the realities of fighting.

Topics Include:
  • Basic Ground Fighting Techniques
  • Dominant Body Position
  • Back Mount
  • Front Mount
  • Guard
  • Side Control
  • Body Positioning Moves
  • Finishing Moves
  • Drills
  • Defense against headlocks
  • Advanced Ground Fighting Techniques
  • Knee Mounts
  • Leg Attacks
  • Striking from the Side Control
  • Defending against strikes in the Guard
  • Takedowns and throws
  • Breakfalls
  • Closing the distance and achieving the clinch
  • Takedowns from against a wall
  • Double leg attack
  • Single leg attack
  • Attacks from the rear
  • Arm Strikes
  • Punching Combinations
  • Kicks
  • Transition between ranges
  • Defense against chokes
  • Defense against bear hugs
  • Defense against an armed Opponent
  • Defense against Knife attacks
  • Unarmed defense against a rifle with fixed bayonet
  • Restrictive Force Scenarios
    • Two against One
    • Three against Two
    • Parity
    • One against Two
    • Two against Three


US Marines Self Defense Course US Marines Self Defense Training Course

US Marines Self Defense Course US Marines Self Defense Fighting Course

US Marines Self Defense Wrestling Course US Marines Self Defense Fighting Course

US Marines Self Defense Combat Course US Marines Self Defense Fighting Course

and, it also includes,

US Army Pistol Training Guide

US Army Pistol Training Class

Learn the elements of pistol shooting

Understanding the minimum arc of movement

Trigger control

Sight Alignment

Establishing a system of fire

Mental Discipline

Physical Conditioning

Effects of alcohol, coffee, tobacco, and drugs

Army Ranger Handbook

Army Ranger Handbook ebook

Covers such topics as:



Fire Support



Battle Drills


Army Aviation

Military Mountaineering


First Aid

Demolitions and Mines

US Army Sniper Manual and US Marine Sniper Training Manual

Army Sniper Manual Class

The Army Sniper book is a 327 page course summary of the sniper training the US Army takes its soldiers through. Learn why we have the best military in the world. Learn what our troops have to go through. The Marine Sniper Manual is a 202 page version of the Marine Training. These two manuals are a must for any military buff or weekend warrior wannabe!

US Marine Rifle Marksmanship Manual

Marine Rifle Marksmanship Class

Every Marine is first and foremost a rifleman. This publication reflects this ethos and the Marine Corps’ warfighting philosophy. This publication discusses the individual skills required for effective rifle marksmanship and standardizes the techniques and procedures used throughout the Marine Corps. It constitutes the doctrinal basis for all entry-level and sustainment-level rifle marksmanship training. 117 pages in total.


And that was just a highlight of the more popular titles for sale. Here's a total list of files on the DVD, (scroll down to see some featured books in detail):

Bradley Gunnery Manual Tow Weapon System Manual

Army Field Manuals, Courses, and Instructional Books Marine Field Manuals, Courses, and Instructional Books
Survival - First Aid for Soldiers FM 21-11 Afghanistan-An Introduction to the Country and People
Combatives (hand-to-hand combat) FM 3-25.150 Antenna Handbook
Engineer Diving Operations FM 5-490 Combat Stress
Attack Helicopter Operations Combat Water Survival
Mines And Boobytraps Combatting Terrorism
Combatives First Aid
Topographic Symbols Flame, Riot Control Agents, and Herbicide Operations
Combat Stress Control In A Theater Of Operations Geographic Intelligence (GEOINT)
Mountaineering Techniques advanced Imagery Intelligence (IMINT)
Mountaineering Techniques Iraq-An Introduction to the Country and People
Navy Seal Patrol Leaders Handbook Marine Physical Readiness Training for Combat
Pistol Training Guide Martial Arts
Survival Field Manual Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT)
Operator's Manual for M16 and M16A1 MWTC Assault Climbers Handbook (mountaineering)
Operator's Manual For M9 9mm Pistol MWTC Cold Weather Medicine Course
Counter Sniper Guide MWTC Summer Survival Course Handbook
Engineer course - Carpentry II EN5156 MWTC Wilderness Medicine Course
Engineer Course - Design Forms For A Concrete Wall EN5151 MWTC Winter Survival Course Handbook
Engineer course - Geology EN5462 Physical Fitness Test and Body Composition Program Manual
Explosives and Demolitions manual Pistol Marksmanship
Joint Task Force Info Management Radio Operator's Handbook
Staff Organization and operations Remote Sensor Operations
Sniper Training Return and Reunion Guide for Marines and Families
40mm grenade launcher Rifle Marksmanship
Machine Guns Scouting and Patrolling
Integrated Combat Airspace Command Ship-to-Shore Movement
Tactics, Techniques, And Procedures For Nuclear, Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)
Biological, And Chemical Aspects Of Consequence Management Special Forces Military Free-Fall Operations (parachuting)
Procedures for Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Survival
Basic Cold Weather Manual Survival, Evasion, and Recovery
Rifle Marksmanship m16a1, m16a2-3, m16a4, & m4 Carbine The Individual's Guide for Understanding and Surviving Terrorism
USMC and Army Integration USMC - Field Manual Fm12-80 Kill Or Get Killed
Intelligence Officers Handbook 1 USMC Winter Survival Course Handbook
(Scout Platoon) USMC Sniper Manual
Tactical Digital Link USMC Survival
Joint Air Attack Team Ops  
Army Air and Missile Defense Command Organization  
Procedures for the Joint Application of Firepower  
Multiservce air air brevity codes  
Procedures For The Tactical Deployment of Non Lethal Weapons Gun Manuals
Joint Theater Missile Target Development. 30 Cal Gatling gun 1900
Procedures for Theater Air Ground Systems firearms - ! - Blueprint - Yugo 49-57, American 180 Submachine gun
Force Integration Mk 1 Submachine Gun
Armor and Mechanized base Organizational Guide Sten Gun Mk2
Staff Officers Field Manual  
Mine Countermine Operations  
Conducting Peace Operations  
Procedures Nuclear Biological Reconaissance  
Static Line Parachuting Other Survival
Theater Air Ground System 7 Day Supply Calendar
Theater Missile Defense Aikido - Pressure Points
Air and Missile Defense Ops Bear went over the mountain, Soviet combat tactics in Afghanistan, 1996
Aviation Brigades Combat Survival Weapons - Technical Description & Service Manual
Air Traffic Services Ops Cooking On An Open Fire
Aviation Urban Operations Homemade soap
Stability and Suport Operations How To Find Hidden Cameras
Unexploded Ordnance Operations How to get the FBI Files about you
Techniques for Nuclear Biological Protection How To Make Emergency Gas Masks
Information Ops, Doctrine Procedures Martial Arts - Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Basics
Bradley Gunnery Mega survival bible book, Citizens Defense Guide
MK-19 Grenade Machine Gun Nuclear Biological & Chemical Warfare Survival
Tow Weapon System Nuclear War Survival
Tactical Employment of Non Lethal Weapons Parts Kit And Survival Gunsmithing
Nuclear Contamination Avoidance Principles of War
Deployment Fort to Port Ruerngsa, Yod - Muay Thai - The Art of Fighting
NBC Decontamination Soldiers Handbook For Individual Ops And Survival In Cold Weather Areas
Procedures for Joint Air Traffic Control. Survival - 60 Uses of Vinegar
Military Chemical and Biological Agents Survival - Drying Food
Munitions Distribution in Operations Survival - Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Movement Control Survival - Evasion & Recovery Manua - FM21-76-1
Army Rail Operations Survival - Homemade - Traps And Snares
Combat Health Logistics Survival - Map And Compass
Treatment of nuclear casualties Survival - Plants - Edible and Medicinal Plants
Medical Company Procedures Survival - Tracking Techniques
Health Service Support in Nuclear Environment Survival - Wilderness Shelter Types
Rigging Airdrop Platforms Survival - Winter Time Camping
FM4-20-105 Dual Row Airdrop Systems Survivalists Herbal Formulas
Rigging Military Utility Vehicles Sword Fighting - Principles of Broadsword - 1869 - 48pgs
Rigging 3-4 Ton Cargo Trailers US NAVY Diving Manual
Reference data for Airdrop Platform Loads US NAVY Seal Sniper Training
Aerial Delivery Theater Operations US NAVY Training Course - Photography (Advanced)
16 Explosive Ordinance Disposal Viet Cong Booby traps
Visual Aircraft Recognition Water purification - Drinking water chlorination
Public Affairs Operations What to do if your are accused of a crime
Theater Support Command  
Joint Task for Liason Officer Integration  
Bailey Bridge  
Signal Support to Theater Ops  
Hi Freq Auto Link Establishment  
Tactical Radios  
Combat Stress  
Opposing Force Doctrinal Strategy  
Army Universal Task List  
Medical course - Combat Lifesaver Course 0825CC  
Medical course - Pharmacology I MD0804  
Identifying Ammunition MM2598  
Operators Manual for AK47  
Ranger Handbook  
Special Forces Medical Handbook  
Survival Manual FM 21-76  
Active Solar Preheat Systems UFC 3-440-01  

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