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Explain Priority 1
- Urgent. Assigned to emergency cases that should be evacuated as
soon as possible and within a maximum of 2 hours in order to save life, limb, or
eyesight, to prevent complications of serious illness, or to avoid permanent
Explain Priority 1A
Urgent-Surgical. Assigned to patients who must receive far forward
surgical intervention to save life and to stabilize them for further evacuation
Explain Priority 2
Priority. Assigned to sick and wounded personnel requiring prompt
medical care. This precedence is used when the individual should be evacuated
within 4 hours or his medical condition could deteriorate to such a degree that he
will become an URGENT precedence, or whose requirements for special treatment
are not available locally, or who will suffer unnecessary pain or disability.
Explain Priority 3
Routine. Assigned to sick and wounded personnel requiring
evacuation but whose condition is not expected to deteriorate significantly. The sick
and wounded in this category should be evacuated within 24 hours.
Explain Priority 4
Convenience. Assigned to patients for whom evacuation by medical
vehicle is a matter of medical convenience rather than necessity
Decribe Nerve agents
. If a vapor exposure has
occurred, the pupils will constrict, usually to a pinpoint. If the exposure has been
through the skin, there will be local muscular twitching where the agent was
absorbed. Other symptoms will include rhinorrhea, dyspnea, diarrhea and vomiting,
convulsions, hypersalivation, drowsiness, coma, and unconsciousness.
Name the Blister agents
mustard HD, nitrogen mustard HN, lewisite L
Name the Blood agents
Hydrocyanic Acid AC, Cyanogen Chloride CK,
Name Choking Agents
Phosgene CG, Chlorine CL,
s 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate (BZ) psychochemicals temporarily prevent an individual from carrying out assigned actions.
Riot control/harassing agents LACRIMATORS
chloracetophenone (CN) orthochlorobenzilidine malanonitrile (CS)
diphenylaminochloroarsine (Adamsite (DM)), diphenylchloroarsine (DA), and
Describe a Pace
The length of a full step at quick time, which is 30 inches and is measured
from the back of one heel to the back of the other heel
Step (half, back, right-left, quick & double time)
The distance from heel to heel
between the feet of a marching man. The half step and back step are 15 inches.
The right and left steps are 12 inches. The steps in quick and double time are 30
and 36 inches respectively.