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Old 12-11-2020, 17:39   #9
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David Scott Donelan Tracking instruction

This string is old but thought I'd throw in my two cents since I just saw it and it's something I took a real, hankerin' to. As the SERE Survival Team NCOIC, I had DSD, with some of his assistants, come to Fort Bragg and instruct my SERE instructors. Wow! He definitely is the tops as far as I'm concerned. Lots of good stories while we walked the ground too. I can tell you he's been used by the best because they know he's the best. I don't know if he's retired or not, but I'd be interested in contacting him if anybody knows of his whereabouts.
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