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AF Manual 64-4 Survival USAF July 1985

AF Manual 64-4 Survival USAF July 1985

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Aircrew Survival Handbook
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Search and Rescue
AF REGULATION64-4VOLUME I
15 JULY 1985
D E P A R T M E N T O F T H E A I R F O R C E
SURVIVAL TRAINING
SURVIVE RETURN HONOR
 
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE Headquarters US Air Force Washington DC 20330-5000
Search and Rescue
AF REGULATION 64-4 VOLUME I 15 July 1985
SURVIVAL TRAINING
This regulation describes the various environmental conditions affecting human survival, and describes individual activities necessary to enable that survival. This regulation is for instructor and student use in formal and USAF survival and survival continuation training. This regulation also applies to US Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard units and members. Sources used to compile this regulation are listed in the bibliography, attachment 1. Part One - The Elements of Surviving Chapter 1 - Mission Introduction
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Aircrew Mission
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Goals ................................................... Survival ................................................. Decisions ................................................ Elements ................................................. Chapter 2 - Conditions Affecting Survival Introduction
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Environmental Conditions
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The Survivors Condition
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Duration - The Time Condition
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Sociopolitical Condition
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Maintaining Life
........................................... Is,:,*,:,:,, u,,,, I”IdIIICclIIIIIII; ll”ll”l ..........................................
Returning.. .............................................. Part Two - Psychological Aspects of Survival Chapter 4 - Contributing Factors Introduction
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Survival Stresses.
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Pain ....................................................
Thirrt anal
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ColdandHeat ............................................. Hunger .................................................. Frustration ............................................... Fabgue .................................................. Supersedes AFM 64-3, 15 August 1969. (See signature page for summary of changes.) No. of Printed Pages: 579 OPR: ATC/DONZ (MSgt R.J. Paetz) Approved by: ATCYDON (Co1 W.W. Miller) Editor: M.M. Rastellini Distribution: F
This pubiication inciudes copyrighted materiai. For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, D.C. 20402-5000
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2 AFR 64-4
Vol I
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1985 Paragraph
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Sleep Deprivation.
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Isolation ................................................. Insecurity.. .............................................. Loss of Self-Esteem
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Loss of Self-Determination
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Fear .................................................... Anxiety ................................................. Panic.. ................................................. Hate ................................................... Resentment ............................................... Anger ................................................... Impatience ............................................... Dependence .............................................. Loneliness.
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Boredom ................................................ Hopelessness
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Overcoming Stress
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CrisisPeriod .............................................. The Coping Period
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Attitude ................................................. Optimism.. .............................................. Summary ................................................ 4-9 42 4-10 42 4-11 42 4-12 43 4-13 44 4-14 44 5-l 45 5-2 45 5-3 46 5-4 46 5-5 47 5-6 47 5-7 47 5-8 48 5-9 48 5-10 49 5-11 49 5-12 49 5-13 50
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6-2 51 6-3 51 6-4 52 6-5 52 6-6 52 6-7 52 Part Three - Basic Survival Medicine Chapter 7 - Survival Medicine Introduction
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Procedures and Expedients
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Hygiene ................................................. Care of the Mouth and Teeth
................................... Paw nf the Feet VUIV “I c11u 1 vvc ............................................
Clothing and Bedding
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Rest .................................................... Rules for Avoiding Illness.
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General Management of Injuries
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History .................................................. Trauma ................................................. Gastrointestinal Problems
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Hepatitis ................................................ Nutritional Deficiencies
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Communicable Diseases
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Skin Diseases.
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Fungal Infection
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Dental Problems
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Burns ................................................... Lacerations and Infection
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Fraction/Sprains
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