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By US Marine Corps

As in any army operation requiring unique talents, equivalent to climbing, a few distinctive gear and coaching specific to the project needs to be coated. The Marine Corps has followed this education for this very cause. This education allows Marines at the tying of knots, rope platforms, hiking / descending vertical and close to vertical landscapes - all whereas in a wrestle atmosphere.

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4) SQUAD: In a summer mountainous environment, and with the aid of references, attach a belay line to a SKED litter for movement up/down moderate slopes, in accordance with the references. (5) With the aid of references, state orally the site selection considerations for lowering a victim in accordance with the references. (6) 4. SQUAD: In a summer mountainous environment, with the aid of references, and given a simulated/actual casualty, conduct a CASEVAC using the barrow-boy method, in accordance with the references.

Let us start with some common rope terminology. BODY (80 Min) 1. (5 Min) TERMS USED IN ROPE WORK a. Bight. A simple bend in the rope in which the rope does not cross itself. BIGHT OF ROPE b. Loop. A simple bend in the rope in which the rope does cross itself. LOOP c. Half Hitch. A loop which runs around an object in such a manner as to bind on itself. HALF HITCH d. Standing End. The part of the rope which is anchored and cannot be used, also called the static end. e. Running End. The free end of the rope which can be used.

C. Avoid Unnecessary Handling of Patient. d. Select Easiest Route. Send scouts ahead if possible, to break trails. e. Set Up Relay Points and Warming Station. If the route is long and arduous, set up relay points and warming stations with minimum amount of medical personnel at warming stations to: (1) Permit emergency treatment. Treat for shock, hemorrhage, or other conditions that may arise. (2) Reevaluate the patient constantly. If patient develops increased signs of shock or other symptoms during the evacuation, he may be retained at an emergency station until stable.

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