Five Lessons From the Simple Sabotage Field Manual

May 30, 2024

Five Lessons From the Simple Sabotage Field Manual

The May issue of The Safety Training Net featured a post about the Simple Sabotage Field Manual, a World War II-era document created by the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) (the precursor to the CIA)? The manual was created to provide ordinary citizens and resistance fighters with simple methods to disrupt enemy operations. In the newsletter post, we discuss these methods and the opposite actions you should try to follow to avoid disruption. The key themes related to communication are also presented in this infographic. To check our the post, visit safetytraining.substack.com.  If you'd like to download this infographic, click here.




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