A quick demo on what different signal mirrors and improvised signal mirrors look like from about 125 yards away, just to give you an idea of how quickly some improvised signal mirrors can degrade in effectiveness and a quick explanation on how to use an improvised signal mirror to signal a passing aircraft, boat or vehicle. Don’t just sit and wait for someone to come along to help you, use everything you can to get noticed by rescue. But also be aware of what works and what doesn’t work to attract rescue personnel’s attention.
Take A Look At The Video Below To See What Signal Mirrors Look Like From A Distance
What type of items do you have in your kit for daytime signaling?
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