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Title: REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION STP 21-24 SMCT 081-831-0101 SSG NEVIS, PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR 100TH TCSPBde


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REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATIONSTP 21-24 SMCT
081-831-0101 SSG NEVIS, PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR
100TH TCSPBde
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  • LESSON OUTLINE
  • REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION
  • STP 21-24 SMCT 081-831-0101
  • SSG NEVIS, 100TH TCSPBde
  • I. INSTRUCTIONAL INTENT
  • THIS PERIOD OF TRAINING IS DESIGNED TO
    PREPARE UNITS ON PROPER FORMAT FOR REQUESTING A
    MEDICAL EVACUATION REQUEST USING NINE LINE
    FORMAT.
  • TRAINING OBJECTIVE
  • AS A RESULT OF THIS INSTRUCTION THE SOLDIER
    WILL KNOW THE FORMAT FOR A NINE LINE MEDICAL
    EVACUATION REQUEST AND PROPER RADIO TRANSMISSION.
  • ACTION REQUEST MEDICAL EVACUATION, STP 21-24
    SMCT 081-831-0101.
  • CONDITION GIVEN AN ORDER TO REQUEST MEDICAL
    EVACUATION OF A PATIENT, PATIENT PICKUP SITE,
    OPERATIONAL COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, MEDICAL EVAC
    FORMAT, A STANDARD MAP, A GRID SCALE, AND UNIT
    SOI.
  • STANDARD TRANSMIT MEDEVAC REQUEST AND
    PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION AS REQUESTED.
  • REFERENCES STP 21-24 SMCT-081-831-0101
  • FM 8-25 FM 8-10-6, pgs
    7-1 to 7-3 7-7 to 7-9
  • UNIT SOI GTA 08-01-004
  • SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT BRIEFING GIVEN TO
    SOLDIERS AT START OF CLASS.

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Request Medical EvacuationCTT 081-831-0101(SL 2)
  • PRIMARY MISSION
  • MOVE CASUALTIES TO AN AREA WHERE THEY CAN RECEIVE
    PROPER MEDICAL CARE
  • NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORM
  • GTA 08-01-004
  • Distribution US ARMY TRAINING SUPPORT CENTERS
    (TSCs) HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY,
    ATTN ATIC-ITST-T, GTA Program, Fort Eustis, VA
    23604-5166
  • CARRY MEDEVAC REQUEST FORM AT ALL TIMES.

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Request Medical EvacuationCTT 081-831-0101(SL 2)
  • AS A MEMBER OF A UNIT YOU MAY, AT ANY TIME, BE
    REQUIRED TO RADIO IN A MEDEVAC REQUEST TO SAVE
    LIFE OR LIMB OF A FELLOW SOLDIER

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Request Medical EvacuationCTT 081-831-0101(SL 2)
  • ACCIDENTS CAN, DO WILL HAPPEN TO YOU OR ONE OF
    YOUR FELLOW SOLDIERS
  • THIS IS WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO USE PROPER
    FORMAT / TRANSMISSION OF A NINE LINE MEDEVAC
    REQUEST
  • DURING THIS PERIOD OF INSTRUCTION WE DISCUSS THE
    FORMAT / TRANSMISSION OF A MEDEVAC REQUEST AND DO
    A PRACTICAL EXERCISE
  • LINE 1-5 MUST BE TRANSMITTED DURING INITIAL
    CONTACT WITH THE EVACUATION UNIT, WITHIN 25
    SECONDS

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MEDIVAC REQUEST FORM GTA 08-01-004
LINE ITEM EVACUATION REQUEST MESSAGE
1 Location of Pickup Site.
2 Radio Frequ., Call Sign, Suffix.
3 No. of Patients by Precedence.
4 Special Equipment Required.
5 Number of Patients by Type.
6 6 Security of Pickup Site (Wartime). Number and Type of Wound, Injury, or Illness (Peacetime).
7 Method of Marking Pickup Site.
8 Patient Nationality and Status.
9 9 NBC Contamination (Wartime). Terrain Description (Peacetime).
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LINE ITEM EXPLANATION
1. Location of Pickup Site. Encrypt grid coordinates. .When using DRYAD Numeral Cipher, the same SET line will be used to encrypt grid zone letters and coordinates. To preclude misunderstanding, a statement is made that grid zone letters are included in the message (unless unit SOP specifies use at all times)
2. Radio Frequency, Call Sign, Suffix. Encrypt the frequency of the radio at the pickup site, not a relay frequency. The call sign (and suffix if used) of person to be contacted at the pickup site may be transmitted in the clear.
3. No. of Patients by Precedence Report only applicable info encrypt brevity codes. AUrgent, BUrgent Surg, CPriority, DRoutine, E Convenience. (If 2 or more categories reported in same request, insert the word break btwn. Each category).
4. Spec Equipment Encrypt applicable brevity codes. A None, B Hoist, C Extraction equipment, C Ventilator
5. No. of Patients by Type. Report only applicable information and encrypt brevity code. If requesting MEDEVAC for both types, insert the word break between the litter entry and ambulatory entry L of Pnt-Litter A of Pnt-Ambul (sitting).
6. Security Pickup Site (Wartime). 6. Number and Type of Wound, Injury, Illness (Peacetime). N No enemy troops in area, P Possibly enemy troops in area (approach with caution), E Enemy troops in area (approach with caution), X Enemy troops in area (armed escort required). Specific information regarding patient wounds by type (gunshot or shrapnel). Report serious bleeding, along with patient blood type, if known.
7. Method of Marking Pickup Site. Encrypt the brevity codes. A Panels, B Pyrotechnic signal, C Smoke Signal, D None, E Other.
8. Patient Nationality Status. Number of patients in each category need not be transmitted. Encrypt only applicable brevity codes. A US military, B US Civilian, C Non-US mil, D Non-US civilian, E EPW.
9. NBC Contamination (Wartime). 9. Terrain Description (Peacetime) Include this line only when applicable. Encrypt the applicable brevity codes. N Nuclear, B Biological, C Chemical. Include details of terrain features in and around proposed landing site. If possible, describe the relationship of site to a prominent terrain feature (lake, mountain, tower).
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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 1 8 Digit Grid Coordinate of the Pickup
    Site.
  • - Encrypt grid coordinates. To preclude
    misunderstanding, a statement is made that grid
    zone letters are included in the message (unless
    Unit SOP specifies its use at all times).
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM MAP
  • - Who Normally Provides UNIT LEADER(s)

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 2 Radio Frequency, Call Sign and Suffix
    of the Requesting Unit.
  • - Encrypt the frequency of the radio at the
    pickup site.
  • - The call sign (and suffix if used) of the
    person to be contacted at the pickup site may be
    transmitted in the clear.
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM SOI
  • - Who Normally Provides R T O

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 3 Number of Patients by Precedence
  • - PRIORITY A URGENT
  • Patients should be evacuated within a maximum of
    2 HOURS in order to save life, limb or eyesight
  • - PRIORITY B URGENT SURGICAL
  • Patient should be evacuated within a maximum of
    2 HOURS and must receive far forward surgical
    intervention to save life and stabilize for
    permanent evacuation
  • - PRIORITY C PRIORITY
  • Patients should be evacuated within 4 HOURS to
    prevent their
    medical condition from deteriorating to such a
    degree that he or she will become an Urgent
    procedure.

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 3 Number of Patients by Precedence
    (Continued)
  • - PRIORITY D ROUTINE
  • Patients whose medical condition is not expected
    to deteriorate and the patient should be
    evacuated within 24 HOURS.
  • - PRIORITY E CONVENIENCE
  • Is assigned to patients for whom evacuation by
    medical vehicle is a matter of medical
    convenience rather than necessity.
  • If 2 or more categories are reported in the same
    request, insert the word break between each
    category.
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    PATIENT(s)
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 4 Special Equipment
  • - A None
  • - B Hoist
  • - C Extraction Equipment
  • - D Ventilator
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    PATIENT/SITUATION
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 5 Number of Patients by TYPE
  • - Report only applicable information and
    encrypt brevity code. If requesting MEDEVAC for
    both types, insert the word break between the
    litter entry and ambulatory entry
  • - L of Patients Litter
  • - A of Patients Ambulatory
  • - L Litter
  • - A Ambulatory
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    PATIENT(s)
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 6 Situation Wartime/Peacetime
  • Wartime Situation
  • - N No enemy in the area
  • - P Possible enemy in the area (approach with
    caution)
  • - E Enemy troops in the area (approach with
    caution)
  • - X Enemy troops in the area (armed escort
    required)
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    SITUATION
  • - Who Normally Provides UNIT LEADER

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 6 Situation Wartime/Peacetime
    (Continued)
  • Peacetime Situation
  • - Specific Information regarding patient wounds
    by type (gunshot or shrapnel).
  • - Report serious bleeding, along with patients
    blood type, if known.
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    PATIENT(s)
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 7 Method of Marking site
  • - A Panel (VS 17)
  • NOTE Never denote which side is up, as MEDEVAC
    approaches, deploy panel and MEDEVAC advises you
    what color panel they see- you merely confirm,
    this applies to all visuals flares, smoke, etc.
  • - B Pyrotechnical Signal
  • Flare (color)
  • - C Smoke Signal
  • - D None
  • - E Other
  • I.E., Strobe
  • - Where/ How Obtained BASED ON SITUATION
    AVAILIBILITY OF MATERIALS
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 8 Patient Nationality and Status
  • - Number of Patients in each category need not
    be transmitted
  • A U.S. Military
  • B U.S. Civilian
  • C Non U.S. Military
  • D Non U.S. Civilian
  • E EPW
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    PATIENT(s)
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 9 NBC Contamination -Wartime / Terrain
    - Peacetime
  • - WARTIME NBC Contamination
  • N Nuclear
  • B Biological
  • C Chemical
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM EVALUATION of
    SITUATION
  • - Who Normally Provides MEDIC, CLS or MOST SR
    PERSON PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • LINE 9 NBC Contamination -Wartime / Terrain
    Peacetime (Continued)
  • - PEACETIME Terrain Description
  • Description of the terrain in and around the
    pickup site to aid the pilot in locating your
    position.
  • If possible, describe the relationship of site to
    a prominent terrain feature (lake, mountain,
    tower).
  • - Where/ How Obtained FROM TERRAIN
    EVALUATION/SURVEY
  • - Who Normally Provides UNIT LEADER/PERSONNEL
    PRESENT

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • RESPONSIBILTY OF THE REQUESTING UNIT
  • Light and Mark the Pickup Site
  • Tactical Support and Security
  • Patient Preparation and Consolidation
  • Assignment of Litter Teams to Load the Aircraft
  • Brief Pilot of Enemy Situation
  • Mark Friendly Positions when Armed Escort is
    required
  • Have an English Speaking Representative for Non
    U.S. Personnel (if possible)
  • Guide Aircraft (GTA / Signal Man)

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NINE LINE MEDEVAC REQUEST FORMAT
  • Mission of AIR MEDEVAC
  • Move Casualties to an area where they can
    receive proper Medical Care
  • Move Medical Personnel and Equipment
  • Crash Rescue
  • Advantages of AIR MEDEVAC
  • SPEED
  • FLEXIBILITY
  • En-Route Treatment
  • Disadvantages of AIR MEDEVAC
  • Weather Limited Visibility
  • Enemy Situation
  • Limited Availability/Priority of Aircraft

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MEDIVAC REQUEST FORM GTA 08-01-004
LINE ITEM EVACUATION REQUEST MESSAGE
1 Location of Pickup Site.
2 Radio Frequ., Call Sign, Suffix.
3 No. of Patients by Precedence.
4 Special Equipment Required.
5 Number of Patients by Type.
6 6 Security of Pickup Site (Wartime). Number and Type of Wound, Injury, or Illness (Peacetime).
7 Method of Marking Pickup Site.
8 Patient Nationality and Status.
9 9 NBC Contamination (Wartime). Terrain Description (Peacetime).
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LINE ITEM EXPLANATION
1. Location of Pickup Site. Encrypt grid coordinates. .When using DRYAD Numeral Cipher, the same SET line will be used to encrypt grid zone letters and coordinates. To preclude misunderstanding, a statement is made that grid zone letters are included in the message (unless unit SOP specifies use at all times)
2. Radio Frequency, Call Sign, Suffix. Encrypt the frequency of the radio at the pickup site, not a relay frequency. The call sign (and suffix if used) of person to be contacted at the pickup site may be transmitted in the clear.
3. No. of Patients by Precedence Report only applicable info encrypt brevity codes. AUrgent, BUrgent Surg, CPriority, DRoutine, E Convenience. (If 2 or more categories reported in same request, insert the word break btwn. Each category).
4. Spec Equipment Encrypt applicable brevity codes. A None, B Hoist, C Extraction equipment, C Ventilator
5. No. of Patients by Type. Report only applicable information and encrypt brevity code. If requesting MEDEVAC for both types, insert the word break between the litter entry and ambulatory entry L of Pnt-Litter A of Pnt-Ambul (sitting).
6. Security Pickup Site (Wartime). 6. Number and Type of Wound, Injury, Illness (Peacetime). N No enemy troops in area, P Possibly enemy troops in area (approach with caution), E Enemy troops in area (approach with caution), X Enemy troops in area (armed escort required). Specific information regarding patient wounds by type (gunshot or shrapnel). Report serious bleeding, along with patient blood type, if known.
7. Method of Marking Pickup Site. Encrypt the brevity codes. A Panels, B Pyrotechnic signal, C Smoke Signal, D None, E Other.
8. Patient Nationality Status. Number of patients in each category need not be transmitted. Encrypt only applicable brevity codes. A US military, B US Civilian, C Non-US mil, D Non-US civilian, E EPW.
9. NBC Contamination (Wartime). 9. Terrain Description (Peacetime) Include this line only when applicable. Encrypt the applicable brevity codes. N Nuclear, B Biological, C Chemical. Include details of terrain features in and around proposed landing site. If possible, describe the relationship of site to a prominent terrain feature (lake, mountain, tower).
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MEDEVAC PROCEDURES Practical Exercise 1
Your Squad has encountered a Minefield while
patrolling Route 1A. While conducting
self-extracting procedures from a minefield the
point man sets off a mine. He has the following
injuries He is missing his right forearm from
the elbow down, and is in shock from loss of
blood. The combat lifesaver has performed
immediate first aid and the casualty is ready for
evacuation. During the self-extraction the U.S.
civilian on your squad starts to have a heart
attack. The squad has moved out of the minefield.
The squad leader informs you that the pickup site
will be at PK 15644587. The site will be marked
by a VS-17 panel. Your Call Sign is A Team and
the MEDEVAC unit is DUSTOFF. The pickup site is
in a large open field.
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MEDEVAC PROCEDURES Practical Exercise 1
DUSTOFF A TEAM proper radio procedures must be
followed
LINE 1 PK 15644587 (pah-pah kee-lo, wun fife six
fo-wer fo-wer fife eit sev-un) LINE 2 A Team
LINE 3 1 A BREAK, 1 B LINE 4 1 D LINE 5 1 L
BREAK, 1 A LINE 6 1 missing right forearm and 1
Heart Attack LINE 7 A LINE 8 1 A BREAK, 1
B LINE 9 Large Open Field OVER
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MEDEVAC PROCEDURES Practical Exercise 2
Your Squad has encountered a Minefield while
patrolling Route 1A. While conducting
self-extracting procedures from a minefield the
point man sets off a mine. He has the following
injuries He is missing his right leg from the
knee down. The combat lifesaver has performed
immediate first aid and the casualty is ready for
evacuation. During the self-extraction the U.S.
civilian on your squad breaks his left leg. The
squad has moved out of the minefield. The squad
leader informs you that the pickup site will be
at PK 25465487. The site will be marked by green
smoke. Your Call Sign is B Team and the MEDEVAC
unit is LIFESAVER. The pickup site is on a hill
top.
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MEDEVAC PROCEDURES Practical Exercise 2
LIFESAVER B TEAM proper radio procedures must
be followed
LINE 1 Letters included, PK 254654587 (pah-pah
kee-lo, too fife fo-wer six fife fo-wer fife eit
sev-un) LINE 2 B Team LINE 3 1 A BREAK, 1 C
LINE 4 A LINE 5 1 L BREAK, 1 A LINE 6 1
missing right Leg and 1 Right Broken Leg LINE 7
C LINE 8 1 A BREAK, 1 B LINE 9 Hill Top OVER
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