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CASUALTY EVACUATION OPERATIONS
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PURPOSE PURPOSE The purpose of this briefing is to provide an overview of casualty evacuation procedures and to provide you the information necessary to set up a SOP for casualty evacuation procedures at your respective sites
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TASK: Conduct cas-evac operations CONDITIONS: In a field environment, given an injured soldier, a radio, a combat lifesaver bag, and the desire to save their buddy’s life. STANDARDS: Soldiers must demonstrate a general knowledge of cas-evac operations, properly format and submit a med-evac request utilizing the “nine line” format.
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REFERENCES REFERENCES FM 8-10-4, Medical Platoon Leader’s Handbook (TTPs) FM 7-20, The Infantry Battalion CTC Trends, JRTC, Nov 97, No. 97-19 CALL Newsletter, Jul 99, No. 99-6 CMTC Trends Compendium Apr 98 FM 21-11, First Aid for Soldiers
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AGENDA REDUCING COMBAT DEATHS CHS LIFESAVING MEASURES IMPORTANCE OF THE CLS PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITIES TRANSPORTATION OF CASUALTIES CATEGORIES OF PRECEDENCE THE MEDEVAC REQUEST
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Majority of combat deaths occur on The battlefield before evacuation Takes place 80% of combat deaths occur within First hour after initial injury 50% of combat deaths are a result of the soldier bleeding to death Of these 50% of combat deaths, 40% could have lived had the bleeding been stopped REDUCING COMBAT DEATHS REDUCING COMBAT DEATHS
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SELF-AID BUDDY AID COMBAT LIFESAVER COMBAT MEDIC TREATMENT SQUAD CHS CHS LIFESAVING LIFESAVING MEASURES MEASURES
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A MEMBER OF THE SQUAD OR CREW CERTIFIED IN MEDICAL SKILLS EXPERTISE BEYOND BASIC FIRST AID WHAT IS A WHAT IS A COMBAT COMBAT LIFESAVER? LIFESAVER?
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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