Presentation on theme: "WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER The Sked Rescue System Primary Use: Ground Evacuations, sit down missions, water rescue and hoist extractions. Tensile Strength:"— Presentation transcript:
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER The Sked Rescue System Primary Use: Ground Evacuations, sit down missions, water rescue and hoist extractions. Tensile Strength: 400lbs ACL: 1
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Pictured: UH-60, Sked Rescue System
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Tensile Strength: 400Lbs ACL : 1 Warrior Training Center All Litters
Patient Classification by Precedence 1.URGENT: Immediate evacuation is necessary to save LIFE, LIMB or EYESIGHT within two hours. 1A. URGENT SURGICAL: Must receive far forward surgical intervention to save life and stabilize casualty for further evacuation. 2.PRIORITY: Evacuation is required as soon as possible. LIFE, LIMB or EYESIGHT is not in immediate danger. Evacuation should be within four hours. 3.ROUTINE: Evacuation is required, but it may be delayed up to TWENTY FOUR hours. 4. CONVENIENCE: Evacuation is not urgent nor priority, but it is required so as not to endanger the accomplishment of the unit tactical mission.
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER 2 Established forms of the Nine Line – Combat / Peacetime 2 Units that must be contacted – Range Control (Peacetime) – Medevac Unit (Combat) 9 Line Request for Aeromedevac
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER LINE 1 6 digit grid coordinate of the pick up zone to include grid zone designators. PW513907 51 52 53 92 91 90
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Call Signs, Frequencies, and Suffix ( pri.& alt.) LINE 2
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Number of patients by precedence 1. URGENT 1A. URGENT–SURGICAL 2. PRIORITY 3. ROUTINE 4. CONVENIENCE LINE 3
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Special equipment required Jungle Forest Penetrator, Kendrick’s Extraction Device, Sked Rescue System, etc. LINE 4
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Number of patients by type - Litter - Ambulatory LINE 5 Lines 1 – 5 are required to get the MEDEVAC A/C airborne Lines 6 – 9 can be sent while the MEDEVAC A/C is en route
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Situation WARTIMEPEACETIME Security of the pickup Number and type of wounds site injuries, and illnesses N- No Enemy in Area P- Possible Enemy in Area E- Enemy in Area X- Enemy in Area, Armed Escort Required LINE 6
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Method of marking DAYNIGHT VS-17 panelLights SignalmanPen Flares SmokeStrobes LINE 7
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Patient nationality and status U.S. Military U.S. Civilian Non U.S. Military Non U.S. Civilian EPW LINE 8
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER Situation WARTIME PEACETIME -NBC contamination -Terrain description -Report type of agents LINE 9
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER 1- Medevac Control this is AA1, I have a medevac request, over. 2- AA1 this is Medevac control go ahead with message, over. 3- Medevac control this is AA1, message is as follows, Line 1: GL123456, Line 2: I am AA1 primary freq is 46.8500, Line 3: 4 Urgent, Line 4: High performance utility hoist, Line 5: 4 litter, end of request how do you copy, over. 4- AA1 this is Medevac control, that is a good copy, there is a medevac unit in route, over.
WARRIOR TRAINING CENTER 5- AA1 this is Dustoff, over 6- Dustoff this is AA1 go ahead with message, over. 7- AA1 this is Dustoff, we are in route to your location proceed with lines 6-9 of the request, over. 8- Dustoff this is AA1 Line 6: Papa, Line 7: Yellow smoke, Line 8: U.S. Military, Line 9: None, end of message, how do you copy, over. 9- AA1 this is Dustoff, that is a good copy ETA is approx. 5m, over. 10- Dustoff this is AA1 continue approach for visual identification, over.
Introduction to Aero Medical Evacuation Summary History Terms Capabilities Type of Aircraft used and characteristics Methods of Casualty Extraction Equipment 9 Line Request for Aero Medical Evacuation