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Rotorm - Military Products Carrying fire Carrying a fire is the easiest way to save your equipment for getting it and the strength that you would have spent for getting it in the new parking lot. The carrying of fire was used by primitive people. It is still used by some primitive tribes around the world. As with all other issues related to survival, you need practice in order to learn how to make fire cans and tubes before you really need them, remember also that you need to have several fire carrying devices ready for use. Survival in extreme situations. SAS Experience Fig. 14. Carrying fire Figure 14 shows the two most effective ways of carrying fire, the most accessible for you is the fire tube, since an empty suitable tin can may not be at hand. FIRE BANK (A). Place some embers, surrounded by pieces of tinder and wrapped in grass and leaves, in a medium-sized tin can. First, in the sides of the cans, it is necessary to punch holes for ventilation. FIRE TUBE. Take a large piece of soft bark, put a dry tinder (B) on it. Fold the bark into a tube and fasten with a rope or wire rings evenly along the entire length. Put the embers in the top hole of the bundle so that the tinder begins to smolder (C). The tube must be kept oriented downwind (D). If the fire tube ignites, the flame must be knocked down or spit into the tube so that only slow smoldering continues. There are several other ways of transporting fire, for example, carrying a smoldering log with periodic bloating of a smoldering tree (you can just wave the log, but first you need to make sure that you have enough strength for this). You can talk a lot about the importance of carrying fire - the moral factor plays an important role here. It is very important to first learn all the skills for transporting fire, and only then apply them in practice. Food No matter where you are, there are many kinds of plant and animal food around you. A person who finds himself in an extreme situation needs to know where to look for food, how to find out what can be eaten and what cannot be, how to collect edible plants and catch animals, and also to know which plants and animals are poisonous or dangerous. Your needs On average, the body of a healthy adult male needs 3,000 calories per day, the female body needs a little less, about 2,000. But in an extreme situation, when you have to endure stress and do unusual work for you, it may take much more - 3.5-5 thousand calories in a warm climate and 4-6 thousand calories in a cold. In order to keep your mind sharp and your body healthy, you need a balanced diet. This means that every day you need to consume with food a sufficient amount of the substances your body needs. What are these substances? PROTEIN. This substance is necessary for the growth and regeneration of tissues. Protein is also a source of energy for the body in the event that few fats and carbohydrates come from food. The protein is broken down in the body into amino acids, which are necessary for the growth of muscle tissue and for wound healing. Protein is rich in cheeses, milk, cereal grains, fish, meat and poultry. CARBOHYDRATES. Very simple molecules that are well absorbed by the body. They are the main source of energy for the body. In an extreme situation, carbohydrates should make up about half the human diet, calculated on calories. Carbohydrates are found in fruits, vegetables, chocolate, milk, cereals. FATS. The most concentrated source of energy. Fats begin to be absorbed by the body if the source of carbohydrates runs out. Fats are found in butter and vegetable oil, cheeses, nuts, egg whites, margarine, animal fats, such as fat