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FROM US ARMY EXPERIENCE
Movement on snowy and ice-covered terrain
Combat operations in the conditions of snow and ice cover can be associated with a number of difficulties, not the least of which is the unpredictability of weather conditions. The following rules were developed in the US Army:
• In a heavily snowy area, “whitening” can occur - such a strong and even cloudiness that the light from the sun and the glow of the sky itself become the same in intensity. In conditions of such lighting, there is an increased danger of falling into a snow-dusty void, falling off a hummock, a snow shaft or a cliff, simply not noticing them.
• Poor visibility makes navigation difficult. A compass is needed, but because of the proximity of the Earth’s magnetic pole, it is extremely difficult to use.
• In the summer, you will meet a huge number of marshes, lakes and ponds with melt standing water, which are very difficult to overcome. In their area there are a huge number of mosquitoes and gnats, which can bring you a lot of inconvenience, as they immediately cover any exposed skin with bites - it is best to use anti-mosquito repellent to protect against them.
• In mountainous areas there are faults and streams and meltwater flows where you can fall. To avoid this, use a sixth probe.
• In a wooded area in winter, promotion will be much easier using skis or snowshoes.
Choose your route at the beginning of each day with great care. Do not freeze and get wet trying to force the swamp directly. If there is a river on your way, go along its channel: settlements are usually located near rivers.
In addition, you will always have at your disposal a source of water to replace fluid loss by the body. Fish are found in rivers, and animals come to them to drink. You just have to catch them. In addition, edible plants grow in abundance along rivers, as a rule.
Following along the river, you should not give in to the temptation to build a raft and continue to move on it. Many northern rivers are fast, rapids and very cold, your raft can be shattered in a matter of moments. You do not know the river, and even if it seems calm, remember that it can have pitfalls that can tear your raft into logs. When determining your location in snowy and ice-covered areas, remember the following:
• Poor and barely noticeable roads and trails are useless landmarks for navigation.
• In winter, snow, poor lighting and fog greatly reduce visibility.
• Snowfalls and snow drifts can cover your tracks and navigation marks, increasing the likelihood of a navigation error.
• In winter in the polar regions the day is very short.
• Frequent magnetic storms make the magnetic compass useless.
• Detailed maps of the area in which you are located may simply not exist.
• You may encounter a mass of streams, streams and lakes that are not mapped. This, firstly, can lead you astray, and secondly, increase the travel time.
CLOTHES AND CLOTHES OF A TRAVELER (see the chapter on clothing and equipment). You need to protect the entire surface of the body from the effects of low temperatures and wind, especially the head and legs. Moving, you make the blood circulate more intensively throughout the body. But at the same time try not to sweat. If you feel that you are beginning to cover up later, loosen your outer clothing or take off some of your warm clothes. Try to also keep your clothes clean - dirt and liquid that have permeated the insulation fill the air gap in it and increase the outflow of heat. Wear darkened glasses - they will reduce the effect of light reflected from the snow on your eyes and help prevent snow blindness.
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FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF THE BRITISH CAC
Navigation in the polar regions
Follow the CAC instructions and learn the only acceptable way to determine your location when traveling in the polar regions - make nature serve you.
• Do not use icebergs or other distant marine landmarks to determine bearings for moving bearings on an icy sea shell — their location may change with a drift.
• Avoid icebergs, most of which are hidden under water.
An iceberg can suddenly roll over, especially if you transfer your body mass onto it.
• Avoid driving in a boat in close proximity to large ice cliffs - many hundreds of tons of ice can suddenly fall on you.
• Migratory birds fly in most cases towards the earth, and northern birds, constantly living in the Arctic, fly off into the sea during the day, and return to land in the evening. Knowing this, you can determine the direction to the earth.
• If the clouds are above clear water, a forest or a piece of land free from snow, they reflect their color and appear greenish-black below. Clouds located above snow-covered land or sea ice are white. Young, freshly frozen ice gives the clouds a grayish color.
FROM EXPERIENCE OF THE CANADIAN AIR FORCES
Travel tips for the polar latitudes
Canadian Air Force pilots often fly over the inhospitable regions of the north of their country. If they need to leave the plane in an emergency, they should use the tips below for traveling in the polar latitudes:
• Avoid lush vegetation, rugged terrain, insects, watery or quicksand, swamps and lakes.
• Brooks with melt water should be wade in the early morning when they are shallow and the current becomes weaker.
• Follow the hills, ramparts, ridges, read the tracks of animals, do not forget to often check the direction of movement.
• Do not hit the road in a snowstorm or at very low temperatures. Set up camp and save strength.
• Beware of thin ice, deep snow and air pockets in its thickness when moving on river ice. Always have a pole on hand to check the strength of the soil in front of you.
Walking on ice and snow can be very exhausting. Skis are best suited for moving on snow with a strong infusion, and snowshoes are best for deep and loose snow. Snowshoes can be made both by the above technology, and using the branches of trees. When walking with snowshoes, they should be movably attached to the toes of the boots so that when lifting the legs, the back of the snowshoe dragged along the snow.
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The main danger for a person in distress in the polar latitudes is severe cold. You should hide from the cold and wind as soon as possible. Build a shelter (see below). You need to monitor your physical condition - otherwise you may become a victim of one of the many enemies of survival, such as dehydration, frostbite, sunburn and numbness of the legs.
DEHYDRATION OF THE ORGANISM. The first symptom of dehydration is the discoloration of urine - it becomes dark yellow. Other symptoms are: lack of appetite, slow motion, lightheadedness, fever.
You should drink plenty of fluids - soups, water, tea - in cold weather in order to prevent dehydration. Avoid drinking alcohol - it clouds your mind and causes drowsiness, which, in turn, can lead to frostbite.
HYPOTHERMIA is the cooling of your body to a temperature below normal (36–38 ° C), it can be life threatening. The symptomatology of hypothermia in increasing order is as follows: slight trembling; uncontrollable trembling (fingers and hands cease to obey); severe tremors (difficulty speaking), slowing and stopping tremors; irrational thinking; inability to make a decision; loss of consciousness; death.
Closely monitor the slightest manifestations of trembling. Especially critical is the moment the cessation of trembling is over - this is the last alarm signal.
Hypothermia treatment is warm. Leave the business that you are doing, hide from the cold, make a fire, dry, drink hot liquid, eat chocolate.
DO NOT TAKE ALCOHOL - this will only lead to the body losing more heat.
If your companion is experiencing hypothermia, immediately hide him from the wind and cold in a shelter. Remove wet clothing from the victim and change it to dry. Place heated stones or hot water bottles near the throat, hands, armpits and in the groin of the victim. Make a fire and heat the shelter. If necessary, perform CLR (see chapter on first aid).
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