What is different in treating a heat injury casualty in a chemical environment and
treating one in a nonchemical environment?
a. In a chemical environment, you do not loosen the casualty's clothing.
b. In a chemical environment, you do not have the casualty to lie down.
In a chemical environment, you do not elevate the casualty's legs.
Which of the following is a life-threatening condition requiring immediate
a. Heat cramps.
b. Heat exhaustion.
You are preparing to attack an enemy-held position. Should you drink extra water
before the attack?
a. Yes, the water will help you keep physically strong and mentally sharp during
b. Yes, the water will act as a defense against chemical agent poisoning.
No, the water will make you sluggish.
d. No, the water will make you more likely to be overcome by chemical agents
used against you.
You are working very hard in a hot environment. How much water should you
a. Enough so that you are not thirsty.
b. Enough so that you remain slightly thirsty.
One canteen (one quart) every two hours.
d. One canteen (one quart) every hour.