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I wont lie and say I'm a survival expert, but I have friends in the military who are and they taught me quite a bit about military techniques, including survival. From what I've learned from them, this show is very accurate in it's techniques in teaching how to survive, and taught in a way that the average person would learn.
Cade Courtley, as we all know is a Navy SEAL we saw on the reality series "Combat Missions", does a good job at narrating to us a disaster talking directly to us, and telling us various possibilities, scenarios, and why. What I liked is that the show makes it feel like you're there and teaching you everything on how to handle a situation, all the way down to the worst-case scenario.
Granted, some of these disasters might never happen to us... but, hey, I'm trained in CPR and fight/self-defense, but I've never actually used them... and hopefully never have to, BUT it's good to know how to do these in the event it happens. You might never be in a disaster, BUT it's good to know in the event it happens.
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