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1. What are the steps to perform first aid for an open chest wound?
Uncover wound(unless clothing stuck to wound), apply airtight material, apply casualty’s dressing, position the casualty, perform needle chest decompression, watch closely, treat for shock and seek medical aid.
2. What is the G-M angle and what is it used for?
A: convert magnetic azimuth to a grid azimuth REF: STP 21-1, 3-253
3. What are the 5 major terrain features on a map?
A: Hill, Ridge Valley, Saddle Depression REF: STP 21-1, 3- 225
4. How do you orient a map to the ground by Map-Terrain association?
1. Match terrain features appearing on your map with physical features on the
a. Hold the map in a horizontal position.
b. Lineup features on the ground with those on the map.
2. Check orientations obtained by this method by placing a compass along one
of the North-South grid lines. Do this to keep from orienting the map in the
wrong direction, that is, 180 degrees out. Or, check orientations by aligning two
or more features. Incorporate the declination constant in determining the 30
5. How do you load an M9 pistol?
1. Place the safety lever in the SAFE position.
2. Insert the loaded magazine into the pistol's magazine well until you hear a
click when the magazine seats fully.
3. Point the pistol in a safe direction (usually at the target or skyward).
4. Retract the slide fully and release it. This strips a cartridge from the magazine and chambers it.
6. What are 5 symptoms/ signs of shock?
Sweaty but cool skin, Pale skin, Restlessness or nervousness, Thirst, Severe bleeding, Confusion, Rapid breathing, Blotchy blue skin, Nausea and/or vomiting.
7. Which of the following carry’s should you not use if the casualty has a broken arm or a suspected neck injury, Fireman’s, neck drag, cradle-drop drag, litter?
Neck Drag
8. What are the 5 major terrain features on a map?
Hill, Ridge Valley, Saddle Depression
9. How do you perform first aid for Snow blindness?
Cover the eyes with a dark cloth. If further exposure to light is not preventable, the eyes should be protected with dark bandages or the darkest glasses available.
10. Do you need prior authorization to conduct a media interview if you are acting in an unofficial capacity and not in uniform?
What is the first area decontaminated when using the reactive skin decontaminating lotion?
The front and back of both hands
When reacting to a flare, what should you do in reference to your eyes?
Close one eye to retain night vision
When moving in urban terrain, what consideration should be given in reference to moving in front of windows?
Avoid silhouetting in front of windows and doors
What are the two ways to shoot an azimuth using a lensatic compass?
Center hold method and compass to cheek method
If you are at an unknown location (lost) and you are on a major terrain feature what is the first step in finding your position using terrain association?
Determine the type of terrain feature you are on
What is line 7 of the 9 Line UXO report?
Line 7: Impact on Mission: (How the UXO is affecting the mission).
What are the two reports that should be filled out should be completed at the point of capture?
DD Form 2745 and DA Form 4137
Does Magnetic North need to be on a range card?
Can you fire the M249 from the shoulder fire position?