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					AMEDD LESSONS LEARNED CHS Leaders’ Reference Card
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AMEDD BATTLEFIELD RULES
(FM 4-02.6)

PRINCIPLES OF CHS
(FM 4-02.6)

9 – LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST
(FM 8-10-6)

1. Maintain medical presence with the soldier 2. Maintain health of the command 3. Save lives 4. Clear the battlefield 5. Provide state-of-the-art care 6. Return soldiers to duty as soon as possible

TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES (FM 7-8) 1. Receive mission 2. Issue warning order 3. Make a tentative plan 4. Start movement 5. Reconnoiter 6. Complete the plan 7. Issue the plan 8. Supervise

1. Conformity 2. Continuity 3. Control 4. Proximity 5. Flexibility 6. Mobility

SPOT REPORT S- Size A- Activity L- Location U- Unit/Uniform T- Time E- Equipment

CHS FUNCTIONAL AREAS 1. C4I (FM 4-02.6) 2. Medical Treatment 3. Evacuation & Med Regulating 4. Hospitalization 5. Combat Health Logistics 6. Dental Services 7. Veterinary Services 8. Preventive Medicine 9. Combat Stress Control 10. Medical Laboratory Services

METT-TC ANALYSIS
(FM 7-8)

MILITARY ASPECTS OF TERRAIN (OCOKA)
(FM 7-8)

1. Mission 2. Enemy 3. Terrain 4. Troops 5. Time 6. Civilians

1. Observation & Fields of Fire 2. Cover & Concealment 3. Obstacles 4. Key Terrain 5. Avenues of Approach

Line 1- Location of pickup site Line 2- Radio call sign & frequency Line 3- # of patients by precedence a. Urgent b. Urgent (surgical) c. Priority d. Routine e. Convenience Line 4- Special equipment needed a. None b. Hoist c. Extraction equipment d. Ventilator Line 5- # of patients by type L- # of Litter patients A- # of Ambulatory patients Line 6- Security of pickup site (war) N- No enemy troops in area P- Possible enemy troops in area E- Enemy troops in area X- Enemy troops in area Line 6- Number and type of wound injury or illness (peace) Line 7- Method of marking at HLZ a. Panels b. Pyro c. smoke d. None e. Other Line 8- Patient Nationality & Status a. US Military b. US Civilian c. Non US Military d. Non US Civilian e. EPW Line 9- NBC (war) N- Nuclear B- Biological C- Chem Line 9- Terrain description (peace)

OPORD FORMAT (FM 101-5) TASK ORGANIZATION: 1. SITUATION: (Enemy/Friendly) 2. MISSION: (Task & Purpose) who, what, when, where, why 3. EXECUTION: (Intent) Concept of Operation / Concept of Support 4. SERVICE & SUPPORT: 5. COMMAND & SIGNAL:

1. Clear of debris / obstacles marked 2. Land heading into the wind Direction of Flight 3. VS-17 Panels / bean bag lights 7 meters properly secured TOUCHDOWN 4. Cleared diameter for UH-60 = 50m Cleared diameter for CH-47 = 80m 14 meters 7 meters 5. Avoid landing down-slope Base Directional 6. Do not land on slope >16 degrees light *To determine ground slope use the 7 meters Direction of Wind following math computation V x 57.3 H “V” is found by subtracting lowest point Right leg light V = Vertical Distance on HLZ from highest point H = Horizontal Distance “H” is the entire length of the HLZ EVAC CAPABILITIES AAR FORMAT (TC 25-20) FIVE-POINT CONTINGENCY NBC-1 CHEM REPORT (FM 8-10-6) 1. What was the plan PLAN ( handbook) (FM 3-3) Type Litter Amb 2. What actually happened 1. GOING- Where LDR or Line B- Position of observer M996 2 6 3. Why did it happen element is going Line D- DTG of detonation M997 4 8 4. Unit strengths and 2. OTHERS- Others going Line E- DTG end of attack M113 4 10 weaknesses 3. TIME- Time to be gone Line F- Location of attack 5-ton 12 16 5. How can we improve 4. WHAT- What to do if LDR or Line G- Means of delivery 2 ½-ton 12 16 RISK MANAGEMENT element does not return in time Line H- Type of burst (air or UH-60 (FM 100-14) 5. ACTIONS- Actions on enemy surface) & agent (w/o hoist) 6 7 1. Identify Hazards contact, you and me (w / hoist) 3 4 2. Assess Hazards to WPNs (FM 7-8) Max E Range(m) To help youCH-47 24 31 EPWs Determine Risks M-4/16A2 580 (pt) 800 (area) Conserve C-130 74 92 1. Search 3. Develop Controls and 600 (pt) 800 (area) C-141 48 170 2. Segregate M-249 Make Risk Decisions M-203 150 (pt) 350 (area) C-5 70 3. Silence 4. Implement Controls M-136 (AT-4) 300 (pt / area) C-17A 36 54 4. Speed the Fighting 5. Supervise & Evaluate 5. Safeguard M-9 (9mm pistol) 50 (pt) Strength MSG Gerald Ecker, ADLER24A - Project Warrior Medical NCO, Jan 00-Jan 04 M-2 (50 Cal) 1,800 (grazing)

Left leg light

“INVERTED - Y” HLZ (FM 90-4)

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