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Ensure that they are dry. (b) Due to a typically large resin content, evergreen limbs often make the best kindling. They burn hot and fast, but typically do not last long. (3) Fuel Wood. Fuel Wood is used to keep the blaze going long enough to fulfill its purpose. Ideally, it should burn slow enough to conserve the woodpile, make plenty of heat, and leave an ample supply of long-lasting coals. (a) Firewood broken from the dead limbs of standing trees or windfalls held off the ground will have absorbed less moisture and therefore should burn easily.

Stay with the aircraft or vehicle if possible. More than likely somebody knows where it was going. It is also a ready-made shelter. b. Leave only when: (1) Certain of present location, have known destination, and the ability to get there. (2) Water, food, shelter, and/or help can be reached. (3) Convinced that rescue is not coming. 07 c. If the decision is made to travel, the following must also be considered: (1) Which direction to travel and why. (2) What plan is to be followed. (3) What equipment should be taken.

The stars on the northern and western arms are not as apparent. Note: The imaginary point depicted in the picture is the dark spot devoid of stars. SOUTHERN CROSS d. Moon Navigator. Like the sun, the moon rises in the east and sets in the west. Use the same method of the shadow stick as you did during the day. However, lunar illumination is not consistent and can be obscured by clouds. 5. IMPROVISED COMPASSES. There are three improvised techniques to construct a compass. We will cover them in order of most reliable to least.

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