LESSON EXERCISES: LESSON 2
INSTRUCTIONS: Answer the following exercises by marking the letter of the response
that best answers the question or best completes the sentence or by writing the answer
in the space provided.
After you have answered all of the exercises, check your answers against the
"Solutions to Lesson Exercises" at the end of the exercises. For each exercise
answered incorrectly, reread the lesson material referenced.
You are going to the aid of an injured soldier. You are under fire. What should be
your first action.
Scan the area for possible dangers.
Check the soldier's pulse.
Check the soldier for breathing.
The casualty is lying on his back. You see a penetrating wound to the front of a
casualty's chest. Which of the following is true?
a. You only need to seal the visible chest wound.
b. You need to check for both entrance and exit wounds to the chest and seal
When should you plan how to move a wounded soldier out of enemy fire?
Before you leave your place of safety to go to the wounded soldier.
As soon as you reach the wounded soldier.
As soon as you have treated the life-threatening conditions.
As soon as you have treated all of the casualty's injuries.
You have reached a wounded casualty under fire. The casualty has a penetrating
chest wound, is not breathing, and is making no effort to breathe. What should
Seal the chest wound(s).
Move the casualty to a place of safety.
Do not try to treat the casualty.