and Science of Tracking Man and Beast, by Tom Hanratty (Medicine
Hawk Wilderness Skills, Inc., 1997)
of Mantracking: The Step-By-Step Method, 2nd edition, by Albert
Taylor and Donald C. Cooper (Emergency Response Institute, 1990)
This 133-page, 3-hole-punched, paperback bookFundamentals
of Mantracking: The Step-By-Step Method, 2nd editionwas
written by a 31-year veteran of the U.S. Border Patrol who taught
SAR personnel how to man-track.
& Dog Handlers in Search & RescueBasic Guidelines and
Information, by Greg Fuller, Ed Johnson, and Robert J. Koester
(DBS Productions, 2000).
This 98-page, paperback bookMan-Trackers
& Dog Handlers in Search & Rescue: Basic Guidelines and Informationpromotes
the use of tracking dogs in conjunction with man-trackers
to the Step-By-Step Method, by Roland Robbins (Search and Rescue
This paperback bookMantracking:
Introduction to the Step-By-Step Methodpresents the
fundamentals of man-tracking as taught by the U.S. Border Patrol.
and Tracking, Australian Military Forces (Paladin Press 1988)
Guide to Tracking, Revised Edition, by Bob Carss, (The Lyons
This 352-page, paperback bookSAS
Guide to Tracking, Revised Editionwas written
by a veteran of Britains elite Special Air Service (SAS) who
learned his man-tracking from experts in New Zealand, Brunei, and
and Art of Tracking: Nature's Path to Spiritual Discovery, by
Tom Brown, Jr. (Penguin USA, 1999)
This 219-page, paperback bookScience
and Art of Tracking: Nature's Path to Spiritual Discoverywas
written by one of America's most highly-acclaimed outdoorsmen and
Tracking OperationsThe Essential Guide for Military & Police
Trackers, by David Scott-Donelan (Paladin Press, 1998)
This 170-page, paperback bookTactical
Tracking Operations: The Essential Guide for Military & Police
Trackerswas written by a 30-year veteran tracker who
carried out aggressive, combat man-tracking in the counter-insurgency
bush wars of Rhodesia and South Africa, learning much of his tactical
man-tracking skills from elite units such as the Rhodesian SAS, Selous
Scouts, and South African Recces.
Blueprint for Learning How, 7th edition, by Jack Kearney (Pathways
This classic, 150-page, paperback bookTracking:
A Blueprint for Learning How, 7th editionwas written
by a U.S. Border Patrol agent who spent 15 years in the field tracking
border jumpers and conduction SAR tracking ops.
"Tracking and Countertracking, Evasion,
and Escape, and Survival" (Appendix F) in Long-Range
Surveillance Unit Operations (Army FM 7-93)
of Man, Signs of Hope: A Systematic Approach to the Art and Science
of Tracking Humans, by David Diaz (The Lyons Press, 2005)
This 242-page, hardcover bookTracking:
Signs of Man, Signs of Hope; A Systematic Approach to the Art and
Science of Tracking Humanswas written by a 20-year U.S.
Army Special Forces and Marine Corps veteran who learned his man-tracking
skills from indigenous trackers in Malaysia, Brunei, Botswana, and
the Philippines. He also trained under veterans of the Vietnam war
who learned their man-tracking skills directly from the Montagnards
of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.