Improvised Radio Detonation Techniques by Lawrence W. Myers PDF

By Lawrence W. Myers

ISBN-10: 0873644794

ISBN-13: 9780873644792

Adjust a cordless or mobile cell phone, voters band radio, instant intercom or toy walkie-talkie to detonate explosives with the data during this handbook. building and deployment of RC detonation gear with out use of unique instruments or refined electronics abilities is feasible. this is how it truly is performed. for info purely.

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Find two verbs in the text that mean to make something look like its background. a) ………………………….. b) …………………………… 2. What two verbs are commonly used with the noun “cover”? … a) ………………………… b) ……………………………. 3. Find words that mean a) Easily seen ………………………….. b) With nothing nearby ………………………… c) The outline of something …………………………. d) The place where the earth or buildings meet the sky ……………………. Post Reading Activities 2 3. In pairs: Prepare a short briefing on the use of Camouflage and Concealment.

2. What do the following words mean? Camouflage. Concealment. Cover. While Reading Activities: You are going to read a text. Don’t Let the Enemy See You. As you read the text do the following activities 1. Write down three ways of camouflaging a soldier. i. …………………………………………………………………………. ii. …………………………………………………………………………. iii. …………………………………………………………………………. 2. Write down five places where you can take cover. a. …… b. …. …. 3. Answer the following questions a) What makes a uniform good at giving camouflage?

Write down a few ideas. With a partner: Compare the things that you have written down. With all the class: Discuss with the whole group what an ideal site should be like. Task Three (Tapescript One) Listen to a soldier describing what an ideal site should be like. Did he say the same things as you? Task Four Listen again and tick the things the soldier mentions An ideal site should be a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. In the open Far away from houses On well-drained fairly level soil Not close to a road Not directly under trees Far away from farm animals Be close to a good clean water supply Near a shop Give Shelter from the prevailing wind Face east to catch the early morning sun Task Five Listen once more and remember the reasons the soldier gives for each thing he says.

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