Today's society is one in which we, as individuals, are constantly barraged by the threat of domestic terrorism. The ever-present fear for your safety and the safety of those we love can overwhelm you if you aren’t sure how to protect yourself. Luckily, distinguished combat veteran Brian M. Morris's Green Beret Survival Guide is here to help ease your fears.
Using his firsthand knowledge from the field as a Green Beret, Morris concisely outlines the steps that are necessary towards increasing one’s personal safety. Over the course of several chapters, Morris describes the importance of situational awareness, meaning staying alert, being aware of your surroundings, and understanding the reality of threats that you may face in any given situation. An individual with good situational awareness never takes anything for granted and makes security a part of his or her daily routine. By being observant and practicing several different methods of observation, one can avoid falling prey to terrorist, thieves, and other criminals.
Using situational awareness as the cornerstone of a personal safety plan, The Green Beret Survival Guide delivers expert advice on preparing you and your loved ones for the worst case scenario.
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About the Author
Brian M. Morris is a retired US Army Special Forces Master Sergeant. Serving on active duty for twenty-five years, the majority of his time was spent in the Green Berets. He is a decorated combat veteran and has served all over the world/ Morris has taught Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) School and wrote the SERE doctrine for the Army Special Forces. Additionally, he is an expert in anti-terrorism and personal security techniques, tactics, and procedures. After retiring from the Army in 2012, he spent a year in Afghanistan working as a counterinsurgency advisor to to the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Commander. He currently works as a SERE and personal security senior analyst for the Army as a contract civilian.