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NINE LINE MEDEVAC AND HLZ/PZ MARKING

NINE LINE MEDEVAC AND HLZ/PZ MARKING

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC AND HLZ/PZ MARKING

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  1. NINE LINE MEDEVACAND HLZ/PZ MARKING

  2. ADVANTAGES OF AEROMEDEVAC • SPEED • FLEXIBILITY • ENROUTE TREATMENT

  3. DISADVANTAGES OF AEROMDEVAC • WEATHER AND LIMITED VISIBILITY • ENEMY SITUATION • LIMITED/PRIORITY AIRCRAFT

  4. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE REQUESTING UNIT • LIGHTING AND MARKING OF THE P/U SITE • TACTICAL SUPPORT AND SECURITY • PATIENT PREPARATION • ASSIGNMENT OF LITTER TEAMS TO LOAD THE AIRCRAFT • BRIEFING PILOT OF ENEMY SITUATION • MARKING FRIENDLY POSITIONS • GUIDE IN AIRCRAFT

  5. THE FORMAT • PROVIDES A UNIFORM METHOD OF REQUESTING A MEDEVAC FOR WOUNDED PERSONNEL. • ALLOWS AIR CREW TO PLAN AND PROVIDE QUICK AND EFFECTIVE AND QUICK RESPONSE. • *DURING PEACETIME LINES 1-5 MUST BE SENT IN CLEAR. • **LINES 1-5 MUST BE SENT PRIOR TO A/C “WHEELS UP”.

  6. THE FORMAT LINE 1 LOCATION OF P/U SITE LINE 2 RADIO FREQ., CALL SIGN, AND SUFFIX OF REQUESTING UNIT LINE 3 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY PRECEDENCE LINE 4 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT NEEDED LINE 5 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY TYPE

  7. THE FORMAT (CONT.) LINE 6 WARTIME: ENEMY SITUATION PEACETIME: TYPE OF INJURY LINE 7 METHOD OF MARKING P/U SITE LINE 8 PATIENT NATIONALTY AND STATUS LINE 9 WARTIME: NBC CONTAMINATION PEACETIME: TERRAIN DESCRIPTION

  8. LINE 1 LOCATION OF P/U SITE • AT LEAST 6 DIGIT GRID • INCLUDE GRID ZONE DESIGNATOR

  9. LINE 2 RADIO FREQUENCY AND CALLSIGN • PRIMARY AND ALTERNATE FREQUENCY

  10. LINE 3 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY PRECEDENCE • ENABLES AIR MEDEVAC CREW TO ESTABLISH A PRIORITY OF WHICH PATIENTS NEED TO BE EVECUATED FIRST

  11. LINE 3 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY PRECEDENCE • THERE ARE 4 PRIORITIES: • URGENT: EMERGENCY CASES THAT NEED EVACUATION ASAP, WITHIN A MAXIMUM OF 2 HOURS TO SAVE LIFE, LIMB OR EYESIGHT • URGENT SURGICAL: PATIENTS WHO MUST RECEIVE FAR FORWARD SURGICAL INTERVENTION TO SAVE LIFE

  12. LINE 3 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY PRECEDENCE • PRIORITY: SICK OR WOUNDED PERSONNEL REQUIRING PROMPT MEDICAL CARE • MUST BE EVACUATED IN 4 HOURS OR HIS CONDITION COULD DETERIORATE TO SUCK A DEGREE THAT HE WILL BECOME AN URGENT PRECEDENCE

  13. LINE 3 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY PRECEDENCE • CONVENIENCE: MEDEVAC IS A CONVENIENCE RATHER THAN A NECESSITY

  14. LINE 4 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT NEEDED • AIRCRAFT RESCUE HOIST • JUNGLE/FOREST PENETRATOR • SEMI RIGID LITTER • STOKES BASIC LITTER • KENDRICK EXTRACTION DEVICE

  15. LINE 5 NUMER OF PATIENTS BY TYPE • NUMBER OF LITTER PATIENTS • NUMBER OF AMBULATORY

  16. LINE 6 (WARTIME) • ENEMY SITUATION • NO ENEMY TROOPS IN THE AREA • POSSIBLE EEMY TROOPS IN THE AREA • ENEMY IN THE AREA, APPROACH W/ CAUTION • ENEMY TROOPS IN THE AREA, ARMED ESCORT REQUIRED

  17. LINE 6 (PEACETIME) • GUNSHOT, SHRAPNEL • BROKEN BONES • ILLNESS

  18. LINE 7 METHOD OF MARKING P/U SITE • PRACTICAL EXERCISE

  19. LINE 8 PATIENT NATIONALITY AND STATUS • U.S MILITARY • U.S CIVILIAN • NON U.S MILITARY • NON U.S CIVILIAN • PRISONER OF WAR

  20. LINE 9 (WARTIME) • NBC CONTAMINATION • RADS/HOUR OR TYPE OF AGENT USED

  21. LINE 9 (PEACETIME) • DESCRIPTION OF TERRAIN IN AROUND P/U SITE

  22. HLZ MARKING

  23. TDP SIZES • SIZE 1: 25 Meters (all observation helos) • SIZE 2: 35 Meters (small utility/attack) • SIZE 3: 50 Meters (large utility/attack) • SIZE 4: 80 Meters (all cargo helos) • SIZE 5: 100 Meters (all sling load helos)

  24. DAY SMOKE FLARE VS-17 PANEL NIGHT INVERTED “Y” NATO “T” OMNI DIRECTIONAL LIGHTS CHEM LIGHTS FLASHLIGHTS IR STROBE LIGHTS MARKING METHODS