c. Loop the casualty's arms around your neck.
d. Crawl forward on your hands and knees, dragging the casualty beneath you.
Figure 7-4. Neck drag.
If the casualty is unconscious, keep his head from dragging on
CRADLE DROP DRAG
The cradle drop drag is generally used to move a conscious or unconscious
casualty up or down steps or to quickly move a casualty from a life-threatening situation
(fire,and so forth).
a. Position the casualty on his back.
b. Kneel at the casualty's head.
c. Slide your hands (palms up) under his shoulders and grasp the clothing under
his armpits (figure 7-5 A).
d. Partially rise so that the casualty is pulled to a semi-sitting position. Support
his head on one of your forearms. If possible, bring your elbows together and use both
forearms to support the head (figure 7-5 B).
e. Rise to a stooped position and drag the soldier backward (figure 7-5 C).
If you are going down steps, walk down them carefully going
backward. Support the soldier's head and shoulders, letting his
hips and legs drop from step to step (figure 7-5 D).