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03-08-2011 04:07 PM
Habitual Tried both the links for the Military booklets, they didn't work. So here is another that as of today is working.
12-21-2009 02:20 PM
miesk5 Since Havack's broncodata is prob down for good (ref in Steve83's post, above), here is the Army Manual for the Wheeled Vehicle Driver; Off-Road & Winter Driving FM 21-305/AFMAN 24-306
Vehicle Recovery is in Chapter 22 by
05-04-2005 09:09 PM
johnski Thanks for the info. It'll take me a few rounds on the crapper to get through all that. Thought I'd contribute so here's a link on using the hi-lift:
08-27-2003 11:03 PM
Steve83 This page is the 2 interesting chapters from the Army Field Manual for Vehicle Drivers. The first one is driving techniques for various terrains & conditions and the second is vehicle recovery (getting UNstuck).

08-26-2003 09:50 PM
Blaze Great deserves a bookmark on my system!
08-26-2003 09:21 PM

This has some awesome information

[edit] here is some more courtesy of Pirate4x4 [/edit]

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