In which manual carry do you tie the casualty's wrists together?
a. Fireman's carry.
b. Neck drag.
Cradle drop drag.
The dragline is located at the ___________ of the SKED litter.
In the SKED, the casualty's feet are secured by:
a. The same straps used to secure his torso.
b. A separate set of straps.
A soldier says, "All improvised litters require two rigid objects, such as tent poles
or tree limbs." Is he correct?
When preparing field jackets for a pole and jacket improvised litter, you should
close the jackets and:
a. Turn them inside out with the sleeves on the outside of the body of the jackets.
b. Tie the ends of the sleeves with a double knot.
Turn them inside out with one sleeve on the outside and one sleeve on the
inside of the body of the jackets.
d. Turn them inside out with the sleeves inside the body of the jackets.