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Washington DC: United States. Department of the Army. Headquarters, 1976. This is a reprint which includes current pages from C1. Wraps. Format is approximately 5.25 inches by 8.25 inches. ii, 139,  pages. Illustrations. Appendix A: References. Appendix B: Master Training Program. Appendix C: Tactical Employment of Climbers. Appendix D: Measurement Conversion Factors. Glossary. Index. Cover is scuffed and has sticker residue. This training circular, #TC 90-6-1, is designed to help the reader become an expert military mountaineer. Gives information for survival in different terrains, climates and types of weather. Tactics with climbing ropes and knots, operations on glaciers and snow covered mountains. This is the finest book written on 'real world' mountaineering (not just for sport). In current use with Navy Seals, Army Rangers and Special Forces, Marines, and sport climbers. Covers basic techniques, movement of individuals and units, and evacuation. Military Mountaineering Covers basic techniques, movement of individuals and unit movement and evacuation. Operations on glaciers and snow covered mountains, fixed alpine paths, also master training program. TCs contain material that is directive or informational, is transitory, or needs to be published only once. Circulars expire 2 years from the date of issue or earlier. The Army subsequently issued Field Manual FM 3-97.61 Military Mountaineering.