The SAS Guide to Tracking, New and Revised Part One: The Briefing Tracking today - some modern applicationsSome definitions and explanationsSign in tracking - defined and explainedFactors affecting signThe attributes of a tracker Part Two: The Pursuit Observation indoorsObservation out-of-doorsObservation of the individualThe principles of stalkingStalking techniquesNight movementThe track pursuit drillDeception tacticsJudging the age of signDeductive skillsThe lost track drill Part Three: Advanced skills Training trackersMilitary trackingDogs and trackingMap-readingHuman printsAnimal printsVehicle signPreserving prints Part Four: The Future Developments in tracking Index
Bob Carss began his military career at age seventeen with the King's Own Scottish Borderers. He transferred to the world-famous Special Air Service (SAS), where he received training as a tracker in the jungles of New Zealand and with the Iban trackers in Brunei, desert tracking in the dunes of the Empty Quarter and the Sahara, and in all terrains in between. Both Bob Carss and Stewart Birch live in Hereford, England, where the SAS Regiment is based.
"Who Dares, Wins." --Motto of the Special Air Service (SAS)