AMEDDC&S PAM 350-10 PDF

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Completed all performance measures within 5 minutes. You may position the needle directly above the vein or slightly to one side of the vein. Remove the charging handle. Camouflage Yourself and Your Individual Equipment. What award is related to the Award Abbreviation: A minimum of three test board members vote.

Repeat step 4d two more times. Clear, disassemble, and assemble an Mseries rifle so that it functions correctly within 4 minutes.

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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Insert action spring and buffer. Push in on the locking block plunger while pushing the barrel forward slightly. Don, clear, and check your mask within 9 seconds.

Disassembled the carbine into 13 parts. A click indicates a positive lock. Obstacles in the Approach or Departure Route. Approached and departed the aircraft when directed by the flight crew.

Check for blood in the flash chamber. Actual autoinjectors will not be used.

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Test-scoring keys are not stored with the test booklets and blank answer sheets. Number of patients by precedence line 3. Assume a firing position.

When the casualty inhales, the plastic should be sucked against the wound, preventing the entry of air. Connected the tubing to the catheter or needle hub. Ensure that your ears are between the temple straps and the cheek straps. Checked an Mseries rifle with the selector lever in the “SAFE” aemddc&s verified the hammer did not fall. You may use the rush since the use of the high or low crawl could reveal your location by the movement of vegetation.

Select your next position and the route to it as one that— 1 Exposes you to the least enemy fire. Ensure that combat lanes are set up Paam paragraph 3 The candidate will state to the evaluator the marking system used and identify the touchdown point once he or she completes marking the landing site. Time starts when the candidate starts surveying the casualties or starts the steps to secure the casualties onto the litters.

Put the bolt assembly in the locked position by pushing in the bolt. Flex the casualty’s knees after the casualty assessment is completed. Two or more tactical vehicles are not permitted on the same combat lane. Spring to your ameddc&e, stepping off with either foot. Units approved to conduct the EFMB test are subject to a validation or standardization review. This category has the highest priority.

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Pronounce letters and numbers IAW appropriate radio telephone procedure. Functions required in establishing and maintaining test security may be delegated to a test board member.

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All materials contained on this site are protected by United States copyright law and may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published, broadcast, or in any way exploited without the prior written permission of Mentor Enterprises, Inc. Decontaminate your skin using the M SDK. Special equipment required line 4. Secured the three casualties onto the litters and moved the litters to the aircraft.

Candidate— 1 Unties Buddy’s cord. Hold the needle at a to degree angle and insert it through the skin. Keep your body off of the ground. A test board member must take the test prior to its administration to the candidates. Marked the landing site and identified the touchdown point. The EFMB was established in June as a Department of the Army DA special skill award for the recognition of exceptional competence and outstanding performance by field medical personnel.