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Son of a Scottish mother and Yorkshire father, David Eric Crossley was raised in Yorkshire. After a number of unsatisfying jobs, he joined the forces in 1970 and was a soldier for over 20 years. Qualified as an instructor in Nuclear Biological and Chemical Warfare, Combat Survival, Urban and Counter-revolutionary Warfare, Signals, Advanced First Aid, Light Rescue and Fire fighting, among other things, he served in Africa, Asia, the Gulf, Central and South America and Europe. He has lived through the reality and aftermath of wars and counter-terrorist operations, and as an advisor and rescuer during Aid to the Civil Powers missions after major disasters overseas. After leaving the forces, David settled in Scotland. He worked as Training Manager Scotland for the British Red Cross for 4 years including training overseas service and emergency response volunteers, and now works as an independent training consultant and writer. David has been writing professionally since the 1980s and has had over 80 magazine articles and short stories published in outdoors, survival, military, business and general interest magazines. He has also published the companion to this book – Bugging In, plus There Falls No Shadow - the first novel of a post-apocalyptic series, is working on the second, Slow the Shadow Creeps, and compiled, edited and wrote much of an urban survival reference, published as Streetcraft, for Ludlow Survivors Group. Check out David’s website at: http://www.tfns.co.uk/index2.html David welcomes feedback from readers of his work. Please email him at: email@example.com Twitter @TfnsbooksDavid Facebook David E. Crossley Books --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.