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MEDEVAC PROCEDURES
Team Leader will complete this worksheet and brief the team prior to sending personnel downrange.* ___ 1. Nearest Medical Facility: Location: Directions:

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MEDIVAC 9 LINE Line 1. Location of pick-up site. Line 2. Radio Frequency / Call sign of requesting unit. Line 3. Number of patients by precedence. A- Urgent B- Urgent/Surgery C- Priority D- Routine E- Convenience Line 4. Special equipment required. A- None B- Hoist C- Extraction equipment D- Ventilator Line 5. Number of patients by type. L- Litter A- Ambulatory Line 6. Security of pick-up site. N- Number of enemy troops P- Possible enemy troops E- Enemy troops in area Line 7. Method of marking pick-up site. A- Panels B- Pyro C- Smoke Line 8. Patient nationality and status. A- US Military B- US Civilian C- Non-US Military D- Non-US Civilian E- Enemy Prisoner Line 9. OIC's evaluation/OIC's forum to amplify items mentioned above and include other items not already covered.

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PHASE I PHASE II PHASE III PHASE IV PHASE I PHASE II

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Ph#/FREQ Unit Supporting Medevac: Ph# Freq/Call Sign /

What capabilities do they have? (Helo / Ambulance)

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Team assignments: Downrange First Aid/Evacuation: Comms Logs call for Medevac: Vehicle Driver/Smoke:

PHASE III PHASE IV GEN INFO POC’s RECON
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___ 4. If possible, treat injured personnel on site. Seriously injured persons should not be moved unless absolutely necessary. ___ 5. Refer to First Aid Guide for more information.

EOD FIELD GUIDE Subj: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES AND INFORMATION (a) EODB 60A Series (b) Applicable FM/TM (c) EODGRUONEINST 8027.5 Radio Operator Primary POC Call Sign: Ref: Destination POC Call Sign: Primary Comms  Radio:   Freq/Channel:

COMMS PLAN

1. Purpose. To provide guidance on a wide range of ordnance responses. This Guide defines a basic plan of action, equipment and publication load lists, safety and personnel briefs, etc. for the initial response as well as subsequent guidelines for final disposition. This Guide is NOT all inclusive. It was developed to give the Operator in the field a ready and useable reference containing the minimum essential information needed to get the job done safely.
SUBJECT Pg# Det pers med info Medavac 9line Medevac Procedure Comms Plan EOD Safety Precautions Questionnaire PHASE I Predeparture (Chem/Conv/IED) PHASE II Arrival/Recon/IED Continuation (Conv/IED) PHASE III RSP (Conv/IED) PHASE IV Disposal (Conv/IED) CHEM PAHSE II Arrival/CP Checkout (Chem) CHEM PHASE III IET/Recon (Chem) CHEM PHASE IV RSP (Recon) CHEM PHASE V Final Disposition (Chem) Points of Contact Vehicle Loadouts General First Aid Blast/Frag Info PAN/HJ/MWB load-standoff info IND Incident Procedures IM-269 Quick Steps ACPG Dress Procedures EPDS processing Down wind Hazard information Chemical Munitions Markings EPDS Setup/Closeout Procedures M18A3 kit Procedures DA Brief Convoy Brief/Emergency procedures Recon worksheet RSP worksheet Disposal worksheet Grid worksheet xx

Secure / Nonsecure - Crypto:

Secondary Comms  Radio:   Freq/Channel: Secure / Nonsecure - Crypto:

Aircraft Comms:  Radio:  Freq/Channel:

Secure / Nonsecure - Crypto:

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IED/UXO 9-LINE SITREP MESSAGE BLANK
C O N F I D E N T I A L (WHEN FILLED IN) PTTUZYUW RULJABX0001 0011200-UUUU--RHMCSUU. (RUDJABE ZNR UUUUU (CCCCC FOR CLASSIFIED) REPLACES RULJABX O ______Z ___ 9_ (222130Z OCT 93) FOR CLASSIFIED) FM EODMU THREE DET NINE TO EODMU THREE INFO COMEODGRU ONE BT C O N F I D E N T I A L//N03100// OPER// EXER// MSGID/UNIT SITREP/EODMU 3 DET 9/____// (001A) REF// RMKS/1. GENTEXT/INCIDENT IDENTIFICATION AND DETAILS/ (OP/EXERCISE SUPPORTING/TIME PERIOD THAT SITREP COVERS) A. STATUS: (SYSTEM OPERATIONS, STANDBY) B. WEATHER: (IF RELEVENT TO OPS) 2. OPERATIONS: (OBJECTIVES/OPS ACCOMPLISHED, IE NUMBER TARGETS FOUND) 3. TRAINING ACCOMPLISHED: 4. FUTURE INTENTIONS: 5. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED: (INCLUDE EQUIP/PERS CASUALTIES SYSTEM DEGRADATIONS, LOGISTIC/OP PROBLEMS, ASSISTANCE REQD) 6. BRIEF CONDUCTED: NUMBER/HOURS/TOPIC/RANK/NAME/ORGANIZATION/POSITION 7. REMARKS:// DECL/OADR// BT NOTE: CONTINUE REPORTING CONCERNS/DEGRADATION UNTIL RESOLVED.

Line 1: DTG item(s) discovered Line 2: Reporting unit and grid location of items(s) Line 3: Contact method 9 (including unit freq, call sign, patrol leader’s name) Line 4: Type of ordnance (Type/Description, Qty, Disposition) Line 5: NBC Contamination in the area Line 6: Resources threatened (Routes, housing, personnel, ect.) Line 7: Impact on mission (restricts movement, visibility, ect.) Line 8: Protective measures taken/ how marked (e-tape, chemlite, ect.) Line 9: Recommended priority for EOD response by EOD personnel: Immediate- When UXO/IED stops the unit maneuver and mission capability or threatens critical assets vital to the mission Indirect- When the UXO/IED slows the maneuver or mission capability or threatens critical assets important to the mission. Minor- When the UXO/IED reduces the units maneuver and mission capability or threatens non-critical assets of value No threat- When the UXO/IED has little or no effect on the units mission or assets.

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Surface/IED Response Truck Load-Out
Qty Notes

LOAD

LOAD
Equipment

Load-Out Cont.
Qty Notes

Pubs AEODPS 1 set Computer, LAPTOP w/Power 2 ERP (surface/demo) 1 Log Book Maps 1 Road Maps as req Topographical as req ID Guides as req Comms AN/PRC-150 W/Ant. & Handset 1 Mounted in HMMV PSC-5 1 Mounted in HMMV GPS (individual 1per man) MBTRS (individual 1per man) ECM (as applicable) Consumables Consumables box Inv. Req. 1 HAZMAT Fuel as req Equipment First Aid kit 1 Bolt Cutters 1 CMC's, Nested W/Rags 1 set Ladder, Folding 1 Drill, Rechargeable 1 Flashlight 2 (personnel issue) Binoculars 1 Generator or AC Converter in Vehicle as applicable Extension Cords 2 Portable Lighting 1 (as needed) Surface Rigging Kit Inv. Req. 1 (as needed) Line, Paracord 1 roll Heavy Pull Line Hundreds of Feet Tripod, Heavy 1 (as needed) Sandbags (Empty) 50 Sandbags (Full) 4 Stakes 6 (as needed) Securing Straps 4 (as needed) Sledge Hammer 1 Shovel 1

IED VEHICLE

Robot 1 (as req) MIMID 2 Pan w/ Stand 1 Pan Support Box Inv. Req. 1 Hook and Line Kit 1 IED Backpack Inv. Req. 1 X-ray Backpack Inv. Req. 1 Bomb Suit 1 Fiber Scope 1 Tool kit, MK1 Mod 3 1 (as needed) Demo IED Cap, Blasting, Electric, M6 (M130) 10 In 663 VEHICLE Cap, Blasting, Non-electric, M7 (M131) 10 In Cap Box in 663 Cord, Detonating (M456) 100 ft Shock tube (DWEI) 1000ft roll Demo Charge, M112/M183 satchel (M757) (as much that is needed) Demo Charge, M-118 (M024) (as much that is needed) Pre-built Demo Charges w/ handles (2 block, 3 block, 4 block) 2 each Pre-built Time Trains w/ igniters ( 1 min, 2 min, 5 min ) 3 each MLVD 1(as required for VBIED) MWB (sml,med,lg) 2ea Hydra-jet (sml,med,lg) 2ea Vulcan 2ea Demo kit Inv. Req. 1 Firing Wire, Disposable 4 Fuse, Time Delay (M670) 100 ft Igniters, M60 (M766) 10 MK 663, Container, Blasting Cap 2 MK-186 Case Inv. Req. 1

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EOD Backpack Load-Out
*CHECK BATTERIES ON ALL ELECTRONICS*
Qty Notes

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Personal Tactical Dress-out
Qty Notes

X-ray, XR-150 w/ battery X-ray film w/ cartridge & developer Roto-zip w/ battery and bits Digital camera w/ memory Garret or MIMID Multi-meter w/ Leads Current Probe Mini-Mira IM-269 HRM Bicron software) Batteries Vice Grips, needle nose Hook Knife Pull Line 150’ Crimpers Razor Blade/Knife Mine Probe Mk-5 Epoxy Kit Fast Response Wire Cutter Pan and Supplies(rounds, nonel) Electrical Tape Pins, Safety Zip Ties Chem Lights Surgeons Gloves Vulcan MWB 1 and 2 minute time trains Blasting Caps,Non-Electric Demo and Demo Support

1 as needed or applicable 1 1 (Ensure proper cables) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1(Ensure proper cables & IED BACK (9 volt, Lithium, AA) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 (gun, epoxy, mixing sticks) 3 (built up) as applicable 1 roll 5 12 (2-blue, 2-red, 2-green) 2 pair 2 (1-light load, 1-Hot load) 2 small 6 (with igniters) 10 as applicable

PACK

TACTICAL DRESS OUT

Body Armor 1 as applicable Helmet 1 as applicable Gloves 1 Safety Glasses (dark, clear, goggles) 1 Weapons (rifle and pistol) 1 each with attachments Magazines, Weapon (rifle, pistol) 5 rifle, 2 pistol Night Vision mandatory fresh batteries MBITR Radio w/ Headset 1 Blow-out Kit 1 E & E Map 1 Blood Chit/ID Card/Dollars/ID Holder as req GPS (programmed) 1 1 set extra batteries Compass 1 Flashlight (w/ red lens) 1 1 set extra batteries Strobe, I/R 1 Glint Tape various Multi-Tool 1 Knife (fixed or folding blade) 1 Chem Lights (2-blue, 2-red, 2-green) Zip-Ties, Large 6 Carabineers 1

Chem/Bio Blow-out Kit

as required

(M-45 gas mask w/ canister, Atropine-3, 2PAM-3 each, Diazepam-1, P-Tabs-1 packet M291 Decon Kit-6 packets, M295 kit-1)

2 Man Team Chem/bio Bag
ACPG C2 Canister Scalp Suit Gloves Over Boots Scalp Suit Booties CPU Socks & GORTEX Socks C-cover M291 kit M295 kit M100 kit w/ pouch HTH (6oz bottle) Large Hook Knife/EMT scissors M-18/A3 kit M256 kit HHA kit Leak Seal Kit Chem Lights (Red, Green) 2 2 2 3 pair 2 pair 1 Pair 2 each 3 4 3 1 1 1 1 (ensure M8 papper) 2 1 1 5 each

X-Ray Backpack Load-Out
X-ray, XR-150 w/ battery XR-150 Battery extra Large X-ray cartridge Developer Film (positives and negatives) Cartridge Stand, Multiple 1 (as needed) 1 4 1 2 boxes 1

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refrain from coughing. remove components remotely unless specifically authorized in pub. 1. 11. use full acoustic precautions within 30 feet by one second of noise and three seconds of silence. approach from upwind. noise producing equipment. White Phosphorous (WP): Wear full length clothing. blue) Hot and Cold Lines Wash Mits EMT scissors Large Hook Knife Jerry Can w/ Water (5 Gal) Scrub Brush Personal Gear 2-ManTeam Gear Atropine injector Pralidoxime Chloride injector Diazepam injector Pyrodostigmine tablets M-18/A3 kit M-256 kit ICAMS HHA kit Thermometer (VTG)/or Green Smoke C-Covers 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 3 1 w/battery and charger 10 1 each 2 2 1 2 1 all all 3 per person 3 per person 1 per person 1 pack per person 1 2 1 2 1 tape to antenna 2 CHEM/BIO VEHICLE 9 10 . don't touch or move except by remote means.) to lower eddy currents. *Same as Surface/IED Response Truck Load-Out with the following additions… Equipment Load-out Waterproof Bag with straps Decon Shuffle pits HTH 6oz Bottle (bio) M295 kit SDS Pad SDS (5lb bag) Poly Trash Bags Decon Media Pouch Battery Powered Shears Chem Lites(green. Proximity (VT): Observe wait times (WT) to allow batteries 12. 10. 8. 3. shock and friction in vicinity of ordnance. submerge smoking rounds in water. away. don't turn power lines on or off. wear gloves. maintain maximum distance from magnetic sensors. Don't disturb ordnance. don't rely on color coding. move with slow deliberate moves. always BIP or burn in place if possible. etc. mud. when needed. but don't rub or slide hands on it. rattling. red. keep compasses. touch ordnance. perform initial movement remotely for landmines. don't wear loose. don't move any ferrous objects neat the ordnance. Fragmentation: Utilize all available frontal and overhead protection. If it can move. Acoustic/Seismic: Keep vehicles away. don't approach smoking rounds unless necessary. Consumables. eliminate any radio frequency (RF) sources. Hazmat. Comms. don't remove bursters unless specifically directed to by pub. do it remotely. if clearance will disturb the ordnance. 4. 7. 5. observe EMR precautions. wet sand. 2. permit no metal to metal contact with ordnance (tape all tools). Clear debris from obstructed UXO only enough to permit required actions. radios etc. consider ordnance tampered with as unknown. use rubber cushioning between tools and charges. Chemical: Evacuate initial exclusion area of 450M radius and 2000M downwind. Lucky: Assume all HEAT rounds have lucky (piezoelectric crystals). High Explosive: Avoid heat. move metallic material slowly (bolts. clearing throat.Chem/Bio CP Vehicle Load-Out Qty Pubs. avoid the forward quarter and in front of ordnance. the jet from HEAT rounds travel considerable distances. screws. vehicles or heat producing objects in front of sensors. 9. perform clearance remotely. secure ordnance before working on it. Wear personal protective clothing. Equipment Notes LOAD SAFETY GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTI ONS Magnetic: Demagnetize your body and tool bag. 6. Infrared: Don't pass any people. Movement: If item must be moved. face shield and mask. and capacitors to discharge. wear mask and appropriate personal protective clothing. Jet: Avoid forward nose and in front of the ordnance.

above ground use uncovered arms from ground up to feel for trip wires. Clear debris from obstructed ordnance only enough to permit necessary actions. Boobytrap: Use binoculars for long range recon. 14. use a wooden dowel or inspection mirror. 26. Don't use fluorescent lighting for EOD work. EMR: Secure all sources of Radio Frequency (RF) producing material within specified distances of the ordnance. rockets. be aware of entrapment situations. not coming out until 60 second WT has elapsed. 20. If any unusual markings. Aircraft: Ensure aircraft are chocked. Avoid spreading contamination. Suspect booby traps at all times. avoid hot wheel explosion area and radar areas. don't pack explosives in a well containing a detonator. SAFETY for unknown rockets 1 hour WT. 8) Always use the wind to your advantage. stay clear of retained snakeye fins and all parachute packs or ejection ports. assume 22. 18. 15. insert safety pins or pop out pins. Assume that anti-withdrawal devices are present under all components that must be removed unless it is known otherwise. If such clearance will disturb the ordnance by moving it or by creating hazardous signals perform clearance remotely. Environment/60 days out of seal/. it has a hung cocked firing pin and may detonate if moved. 16. For very sensitive ordnance (such as black powder or lead azide). 17. Move grenades remotely. Don't open the skin of HERO safe ordnance in the vicinity of RF producing material. For grenades 30 minute WT. it may detonate the ordnance. Bombs: Positively ID for chemical. 27. 4) Decontaminate self/hands whenever suspect contamination is encountered. WFS): Approach ordnance 45o from the rear for missiles. and rocket assisted projectiles (RAP). 5) Keep an eye on your buddy at all times. Do not rely solely on color coding for positive ID of munitions contents. Static: Ground yourself before touching ordnance. it produces RF energy. 60 second WT for initial movement of landmines. for unknown missiles WT 3 hours.13. 21.. Never visually check venturies directly. for unknown electric fuzes WT 1 hour.3 microns 2) Avoid vegetation. 23. they also have a 650 feet frag radius. for powder train time fuzes (PTTF) WT 30 minutes. use appropriate grounding stakes and non static producing clothes. Don't move armed Mechanical Time (MT) fuzes or PTTF. Cocked Striker: Don't move or jar ordnance. pull or cut arming lanyards or attempt fuze removal except as specifically called for in the RSP pub. probe below ground. Wait Time (WT): Observe the recommended WT from the specific pub. Environment  SCALP SUIT: Gross contamination 1hr  C2 canister: 30 min. Landmines: For initial movement. don't turn arming vanes. if unknown. 11 12 . incendiary. CHEMICAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1) Work within the time limits of MOPP levels for existing weather conditions  ACPG: 120 days out of package/45 days total wear/washed 6 times/24hrs in a chem. Approach From the Rear 45o. most dangerous fuze combination. Eject: Stay clear of front and rear of ejection rounds. for smoke grenades 13 minute WT. in CK environment/30 days in chem. etc. smoke or fumes. don't remove tail pistols that have been installed in excess of 14 days. consider the ordnance to be unknown. 3) Bend at the waist do not squat or sit in a contaminated area. 9) Identify cutout Hot Zone options. Avoid vapors. work from the side. blocked and off. SAFETY 25. 24. take cover and perform remotely. modifications or signs of tampering are noticed.  Don’t work alone! 6) 7) Avoid working downwind as much as possible. don't perform EOD work with electrical storms in the vicinity. 28. 19. Work From the side (AFR 45.

Hand entry is considered the most hazardous. 4) Remove detonator from explosives point in opposite direction. When attempting hand entry. personnel. SAFETY 15) Handle acids and other chemicals with care. attempt to remove the detonator from the main charge. cut the leg wires and shunt as close as possible to the blasting cap. releasing or pulling wires or strings before their functions are understood. or moving a device and thus actuating a secondary device or boobytrap. move remotely. Booby Traps can be incorporated into any device.(BY REMOTE MEANS IF POSSIBLE) 12) Avoid functioning a device by inadvertently applying a required action. 7) After removal of the blasting cap from the IED. 6) Do not unscrew threaded fittings except remotely. 5) Determine required firing action before moving device. In situation requiring hand entry. (Use remote means on all procedures)  Cat C. Such knowledge could provide a designer with the means to develop countermeasures. 13) Do not attempt to reset any type of timing mechanism. Some chemical mixtures tend to crust over and. 8) Do not turn lights on or off if photocell functioning is considered possible. first X. EMR precautions should be taken.IED SAFETY PRECAUTIONS: 1) Use gloves on all evidence/explosives. be especially cautious for anti-probe firing devices. 17) DO NOT ATTEMPT HAND ENTRY EXCEPT AS A LAST RESORT!.ray the device. tools. 19) Avoid bunching up personnel at scene. 18) Take precautions against booby traps. 3) Check any scene for secondary devices as soon as possible. SAFETY 16) Use caution in furnishing information concerning EOD procedures or personnel. such as applying pressure. If possible. or if a device must be transported through an electromagnetic radiation area. and other sources of static electricity should be grounded. 20) TIME ON TARGET: The longer it takes to clear an item the greater the chances of indirect fire and small arms fire impacting in and around the EOD team. 9) * Be on the alert for all types of entrapment situations and be suspicious of every unusual object.Not time critical no threat to human life or valuable property. When necessary. (Hands on procedures are authorized)  Cat B-Time critical. 14) Do not operate radio transmitters in the vicinity of electrically initiated devices. (Use remote means on all procedures)  Cat D. a detonation or flash fire may occur. if the crust is disturbed. 11) If there is any doubt regarding complete understanding of a circuit. Remember:  Cat A. place in container to restrict or vent blast and frag.Grave and immediate threat to human life or valuable property. A firing device may be initiated or restarted by movement of the improvised device. Beware of secondary devices. 10) Trace all firing leads to make certain that other less obvious devices are not connected to the circuit.No EOD threat 2) Do not cut or disconnect wires unless the circuitry is positively known. 13 14 . no threat to human life or valuable property.

maintain steerage and allow rear vehicle to push you out of the danger zone. 4. COMSEC. the second vehicle will push the disabled vehicle out of the danger zone. ensure emergency message is sent. Pop smoke. do not 15 16 . º Get out of the “kill zone” fast. º Be extra cautious at choke points: Iraqi vehicle breakdowns. watch the flanks for IEDs. and sensitive material. Be prepared to execute E&E plan if situation dictates. Blow through. the crew will embark the vehicle directly behind them. º Maintain vehicle dispersion. º Rehearse actions on contact for an IED. If it is the lead vehicle that is disabled. Should a vehicle be abandoned. what types of IEDs are being used and where have they previously been emplaced on your route? The following are possible indicators of an ambush: • Absence of women and children when normally present • Dramatic changes in population from one block to the next • Intelligence reports that a “blue X” on rocks indicates an IED site • Signals with flares/city lights (turned off/on) as convoy approaches • Vehicle following convoy for long distances and then pulling off the side of the road prior to an ambush • Broken down vehicles along the roadways • Dead animals along the roadways • Freshly dug hole/disturbed ground along the roadway indicates possible future IED site (report it) • Obstacles in roadway used to channel the convoy. the vehicle will be disembarked and vehicle crew will get in the vehicle directly in front of the disabled vehicle. º Vests and helmets save lives. IEDs are often command-detonated. one-way roads. and sharp turns. If you are the last vehicle in the convoy use tow strap and have next forward vehicle in convoy pull you through the danger zone. 6. traffic jams. 2. dismount with weapons at the ready. º If something causes the convoy to stop. º Maintain maximum safe speeds. If lead vehicle becomes disabled. 3. bridges. This procedure will be followed for any disabled vehicle in the convoy. If your vehicle becomes disabled place transmit ion to NEUTRAL. • Personnel on overpasses • Personnel inside traffic circles CONVOY EMERGENCY PROCEDURES SAFETY stop. SAFETY º Be and appear vigilant. 1. All material that can’t be carried will be destroyed by destruction charge or small arms fire. º Brief all convoy personnel on latest IED threat. wear them! º Ballistic eye protection saves eyesight. 5. personnel who look ready to fight back make bad targets. If the convoy is engaged by the enemy. secure all CRYPTO. º Do not approach the IED. If a vehicle is too demolished to be pushed out of the danger zone.CONVOY BRIEF GENERAL º Be prepared for IED attack followed by ambush. 7. Request support assets as required. Radio operator establishes radio comms with OPCON send SITREP. Once embarked a head count will be preformed.

QUESTIONNAIRE *Grey Highlights Denote Chemical Incident Questions ** Boxes Denote IED Incident Questions 1) Date / Time 2) Caller Name: QUEST Unit: Freq/Call sign: 3) POC on Scene: Unit: Freq/Call sign: 4) Incident location: 5) LAT/LONG 6) Maps of the area? 7) Where is your security located? Are their any other forces operating in the area? (Determine if the security is adequate and located in a safe location in relation to the item) 14) Have any items been found? (yes / no) If yes. have any items like this been found before? 15) How long has item been there? 16) What was the sequence of events leading up to the finding of the item? (This may give info about how the item was emplaced. with out sacrificing security or safety. etc. capture/kill of trigger man.  Don’t use radios (if possible)  Do not touch or disturb suspect items!!!  Do not change condition of surroundings  Leave lights as found. drawers. windows.. on or off  Leave doors. bad guys in the area) QUEST 17) How is item positioned? (ground/desk/table/suspended) 18) Is a search being conducted?  Have cordon force or people familiar with area search area for secondary devices. Open 19) What type of weapon/item is involved (If Known):             Type: Construction Material: Fusing:  Nose:  Tail: How many sections? Color: Markings: Length/Width/Height: Diameter: Shape: Fins? (yes / no) Description: Protruding wires? (yes / no) Photos? (yes / no) / Ph#: / Ph#: / / 8) What makes you think this is a bomb? 9) Were there previous IED incidents at this location? 10) Was bomb threat received? (yes / no) 11) What is the Target? 12) Expected time of detonation: 13) Exact wording of bomb threat: / / 17 18 .

meters. 31) Evacuate personnel to QUEST 32) Secure Air Space to 33) Secure Seaward to 34) Medevac for area? (yes / no) 24) Did anyone touch or move the item? (yes / no) 25) Do they feel OK? (yes / no) 26) Type of Casualties or Injuries Ph#: Freq/Call sign: / 35) Firefighting assets available? (yes / no) Ph#: Freq/Call sign: / 36) Have any other Units/Agencies been notified? (yes / no) 27) Agent involved (qty. meters. and type)   28) Any dead animals or foliage? (yes / no) 29) Extent of Contamination? 30) Are personnel securing area? (yes / no)  Is ECM being used?(yes / no) What kind?___________________    Do they have protection? (Bunkers / Flak & Helmet / MOPP Gear) Unit: Freq/Call sign: / Ph#: Who? Ph#: Freq/Call sign: / 37) Type of Delivery known? (Air / Surface / Person / Vehicle / Mail) 38) Course / Speed / Altitude of delivery vehicle: 39) Are any hazards present?     40) 19 20 Radio Transmitters(EMR) (yes / no) Power Lines(EMR) Fuel tanks or lines (yes / no) (yes / no) Can they be secured? (yes / no) Can they be secured? (yes / no) Can they be secured? (yes / no) Any additional hazards? Can the area withstand high order detonation? (yes / no) . container size.Were any liquids or vapor clouds observed? (yes / no) 20) Color or odor of liquid? 21) How close have personnel been to Item? 22) What were they wearing? (Metal / Protective Clothing / In Vehicle) QUEST 23) Were there any unusual sounds? (yes / no)    If Chem is suspected:  Evacuate 450M radius and 2000M downwind or as needed Chem Frag Radius: NO HE: 50M <1LB HE 100M > 1LB HE 300M Clear 5000 ft AGL for air traffic meter perimeter.

(Use remote means on all procedures) Cat C. medical.D Cat A. Security alert. Have DC Central review blueprints for any additional hazards in the vicinity. If underway. pier security. Building: open windows and doors while evacuating all unnecessary personnel 300ft from incident (500 ft from Car Bomb) while seeking all available cover. MAA forces respond in addition to security alert and watertight integrity.C. Flying squad. security set. 53) EOD estimated time of arrival: 44) Temperature: 45) Wind speed / Direction: 46) Fire? (yes / no) Detonation? (yes / no) / QUEST QUEST     48) What is the best route to site? 55) Roadside IED’s exhaust all remote means possible before manned approach. no threat to human life or valuable property. Request Fire & Medical standby in safe area. notify other ships at pier. fire parties stationed. (Robot) 49) Can someone meet us? (yes / no)  Where? 55) Determine disposition of Item:  Conventional: Blow in place (need SDA). base CDO. fire. to include his path in & out.No EOD threat 47) Can the following be provided at the scene:  Water / Decon Team / Medical / Heavy equipment / Decons / Transportation 50) Recommendations:  Shipboard: set initial exclusion area of two watertight boundaries around space. 21    22 . Ensure EMCON A is set. Cond Z in area.Grave and immediate threat to human life or valuable property. 52) Have witness make a map or drawing of the Incident Site. PUKA  Chem: Location and availability of Tech escort 56) Chemical Response Capabilities:    Safe all explosive hazards Identify Agent Prevent Spread of Contamination 54) OIC/LCPO/Team Leader makes initial Threat assessment Cat A.B.41) Location & Availability of water: 42) Type of terrain: 43) Accessibility & condition of roads: 51) Have witness who saw the item standing by at the Incident Site if possible. (Use remote means on all procedures) Cat D.Not time critical no threat to human life or valuable property. (Hands on procedures are authorized) Cat B-Time critical.

They should have in there possession: A) Map of AO B) Grid to where link up will be accomplished C) Comms with the finding unit D) Comms with Battalion or Brigade for GRF E) Plan for egress on an alternate route should things go awry. make sure finding element has enough vehicles and personnel to properly cordon road (MSR with 4 lanes needs at least 4 vehicles for a cordon). ___ 7. (This happens a lot) Once on scene conduct CP search and find out where the item is. check equipment & report any deficiencies to nearest support asset) ___ 9. When ready to conduct procedure. 8. After 9-line is received from BTOC. ___ 6. 7. 2.SECURITY COORDINATION FOR RESPONDING EOD 1. Select a proposed CP complex using available maps and information from Questionnaire 23 24 . Upon receiving notification. Ensure notifications are made in accordance with Enclosure. Keep them safe also. Make liaison with your security and make sure that they know where they are headed. 6. Establish where you want the security trucks. Some things to tell your security: A) Be on the lookout for vehicles/personnel sneaking around the cordon PHASE I and getting close. because the cordon was not set on both sides of the road. inform the inner security and all other personnel to take cover. complete Questionnaire. ___ 2. They must know the route and an alternate route in case of ambush. ___ 10. Convoy to site. Standby to readjust positions. Once you are satisfied that there will be enough guns for your team give a 15 minute ETA link-up at the gate. (If responding from the field.  PHASE I     5. It is important that the security element has comms with the finding unit so you don’t roll past the IED. Do not count your security that will be guiding you out as cordon force. B) Do not pay attention to what we are doing with the robot the enemy is outward. C) Do not stop in an obvious place when we arrive. Complete Comms Plan Worksheet. try to split up the trucks so the two odd looking trucks with the funny antennas are not right in the middle of the gun trucks. ___ 8. Do not role out the gate with a PHASE I security element that does not know where they are going. enroute and when you arrive. because they are for your protection only (at least two gun trucks must stay with you). 9. 3. to move 50 meters off the road if possible. ___ 3. Load all equipment and publications using Enclosures. When operation is complete secure all tools and inform your security you are ready to collapse on the way out. Advise them not to let personnel or vehicle within 100 meters of your location. ___ 4. Personnel Assignments: Team Leader  IET / P2 IET / Safety Comms/Logs EPDS Operator IET / P1 4. Do not collapse the cordon until EOD and its security clear the area! PREDEPARTURE *Grey Highlights Denote Chemical Incident ___ 1. Arrange transportation: ( Helo / Vehicle / Boat ) Coordinate adequate convoy security. Initiate team recall. PHASE I ___ 5. Complete Medevac Worksheet. Inform your security of what you expect.

___ 6. Conduct team brief on scenario based on currently available information. Calculate Blast/Frag/Downwind Hazard and pass to OSC prior to departure if possible. ___ 12. - How long do we have to work? The security situation. ___ 13. Locate OSC… . **Was this CP used before in prosecution of a previous incident? If “Yes” relocate immediately! ___ 2. LBS 1 5 10 15 20 30 PHASE II Establish comms with forces on scene. Upon Arrival: Conduct CP search and immediately ask where the item is then establish where you want your security. ___ 15. pager. PHASE I *Brief security element to eliminate any threat with a weapon and any device that can potentially initiate an IED… cell phone. Also.Team Leader and P1 obtain an updated brief. key fob. Plot the approach route to the CP complex including a 1-mile staging area upwind from the incident site. Check on any casualties for signs of symptoms. Team leader ensure they are located where needed prior to starting work. convoys passing and other known events may limit time available to complete the task. K24 (PSI=2. )  *Note MK-186 Receiver number and associated tool.(When possible have tools pre-built and ready. initiate recon of suspect item/ordnance:  When applicable conduct recon taking Mag and Acoustic precautions until they can be eliminated. Troops. if the team must depart the area unexpectedly.Get location of security (cordon force) and determine if security is adequate and in a safe location. LAVs. PHASE I NOTE: While working an EOD incident. Brief Loss of Comms procedures. 25 ___ 7. ___ 14. Transit to the area. Once Cp is secure and all elements are in place. Bradleys. Conduct research prior to departure if possible. ___ 3. Calculate Blast/Frag.3) 24 FT 41 52 59 65 75 K50 50 85 108 123 135 155 K328 328 558 706 807 886 1017  ___ 16. CAS. or electronic transmitter. ___ 4. This ensures that at the end of a call the team can simply get in the vehicle and leave.  Dress out in appropriate PPE. Relay Blast/Frag info to OSC/Security personnel. ARRIVAL ON SCENE/RECON/IED ** Boxes Denote IED Incident ___ 1. Vehicles). little time will be wasted and gear will not be lost or left behind. Main Battle tanks for possible use as stand off weapon against VBIED or Roadside IED. not at the end of the call. Determine additional assets from OSC:   ECM Security to set a perimeter (Snipers. . ___ 5. Have the person who found the item come to the CP. 26 . equipment is put away once it is no longer needed.___ 11. Tool man build up necessary tools.

___ 10. Approach item utilizing available cover. etc.RECON. CP reevaluates Blast/Frag. ___ 2. Explosive tool) Alternate Method: Utilize remote means to recon/disrupt item.  Approach from upwind unless Chemical Ordnance can be ruled out. Last Resort: EOD technician in bomb suit carrying appropriate tool. SURFACE ORDNANCE (UXO). Down range conduct a search of the area with robot to look for secondary items or receivers. ___ 11. ___ 1. ___ 3.). evidence. Return robot/Tech in bomb suit to cover location/CP. ___ 12. OSC. Long-range recon: Perform Comms check prior to departure. ___ 8. Reevaluate Blast/Frag range. through CP (rear). VBIED Primary Method: Robot with appropriate tool (counter-charge. obstacles. Visible fumes or leakage? (yes / no) Review Safety Precautions: **WAIT TIME** CHEM STATIC COCKED STRIKER ACOUSTIC/ SEISMIC ___ 9. While approaching suspect item with robot or manual. buildings and external environment hazards (fuel tanks. follow above steps to render these items safe. ___ 6. Tactical situation permitting initiate search for secondary items. kick outs. If using robot. Notify TOC. Look for and sketch best possible approach route and assign sides on sketch for close-in phase. search for secondary or daisy chained item. Type of ordnance: Type of Fuze: ___ 5.. TACTICLE IED. Type of fins: How Many: PHASE II ___ 7. attempt to pull receiver and or caps away from PHASE II item. If other devices had been found on initial recon. NOTE: Ensure ECM is operating correctly. 28 27 . HE JET BOOBYTRAP VT/TDD FRAG EJECTION WP/FIRE CLOCKWORK EMR PIEZO ELE MOVEMENT MAGNETIC Note approximate size of object/sketch attitude and position. ___ 4. ECT. Note & sketch surrounding area. Relocate CP as necessary. IED             RECON. Place counter charge/explosive tool. and security prior to controlled detonation.

___ 17. Search area thoroughly. ___ 24. ___ 21. ___ 32. ___ 15.  Relocate X-Ray when retrieving cassette. *Refer to Circuit analysis/Commit times ___ 23.  Note orientation of X-Ray cassette. repeat previous steps.  Note type and number of items.  Take available cover while shooting X-Ray. Brief OSC. “TOOL IN/TOOL OUT” ___ 26. Brief OSC.___ 13. Complete Close In Recon. ___ 29. impellers and arming vanes if required. Back out for X-Ray/Return to CP. PHASE II PHASE II ___ 33. Locate the following components:   Main Charge Power Source   Initiator Switch/Firing Mechanism ___ 31. proceed. ___ 34. ___ 22. P1 downrange to verify shot. ___ 19. ___ 18. P2 retrieve 1st Tool and return to CP. ___ 16. Collect components and determine disposition. ___ 28. Secure item. Return to CP or proceed to Close In Recon as directed.  P2 take pictures and return to CP. gag fuzes. Was item disrupted? (yes / no) 29 30 . Place Tool. Close In Recon: ***WARNING*** No Radio Transmissions within 30 feet of item ___ 14. Fire Tool. If not. If item was disrupted. Take pictures from various aspects. ___ 30. Place Sandbags behind Explosive Tools to prevent collateral damage. Short initiator leads and place in Cap Holder. Inspect surroundings for additional hazards/other items. P2 may assist. Take pictures of tool placement. Prosecute any suspect components. ___ 20. Analyze X-Rays to determine if shot will be necessary/effective. (Explosive Tool / X-Ray / Both)  Consider dispersion of components when placing Tool. ___ 25. ___ 27.

Except on extremely sensitive fuzes. ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * 31 32 . ___ 6. ___ 3. ___ 8.     RSP Verification Brief the RSP team on specific item to check in order to verify that the RSP was successful. isolate fuzes or components in CMC and place in a safe location. ___ 4. RSP team verifies effectiveness of procedures and repeats as required. keeping the CP informed of each step as it is performed.DEVELOP/EXECUTE RSP POA ___ 1. ___ 4. The work party conduct the RSP procedures as directed. ALWAYS USE MOST REMOTE METHOD OF RSP! ___ 2. Generate RSP Checklist. PHASE III PHASE III ___ 7. Update OSC. Based on the information gathered by the IET. ___ 3. Reposition CP as required. the Team Leader will select the proper RSP and/or Disposal Procedures NOTE: CATEGORY DETERMINES PROCEEDURE. * POA ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ 5. ___ 6. Assign members to gather and prepare all necessary tools and equipment. ___ 5. ___ 2. Conduct team brief Review and Brief Medevac Procedures RSP WORKSHEET TOOL/DEMO LOADOUT ___ 1. Recalculate Blast/Frag radius if necessary. * * * * * * ___ 7.

Take pictures and record number/type/NEW of item(s) DISPOSAL WORKSHEET TOOL/DEMO LOADOUT: ___ 1. Complete Disposal Worksheet. ___ 5. segregate and store all fuze components in CMC’s and transport to the dud locker for later disposal. ___ 10. Team Leader debriefs the on scene commander and provides him with any information required for a Sitrep. ___ 3. ___ 9. Disposal Phase Objectives: Properly store or dispose of hazardous components. ___ 3. Report back as much information as possible. * POA ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * ___ Step ( ) * 33 34 ___ 4. carefully transport to a safe disposal area and detonate. Debrief the On Scene Commander and the response team. Review and Brief Medevac Procedures. blow in place or. PHASE IV PHASE IV ___ 6. ___ 5. Return all equipment to a ready status. ___ 6. * * * * * * ___ 7. If the fuzing is not safe to transport or store. Conduct team debrief and return all equipment to a condition of readiness. ___ 7.    ___ 2. Disposal team maintains positive two-way communications with the CP at all times. If the fuzing is safe to transport and store. ___ 4. fuze precautions permitting.DEVELOP/EXECUTE DISPOSAL POA ___ 1. Brief the Disposal team as to the location and nature of all hazardous components and clearly state the specific objectives of the entry. . Advise the CP of all intended actions prior to performing the actions. ___ 8. Pre-Entry Brief. ___ 2.

___ 17. (Imaginary line). continue with step 15. Perform unmasking procedures IAW field guide. (Start (positive / negative) Stop ). ___ 9. Perform complete series of vapor tests using M18 chart.  Request 2nd 5 minute wait time. Request wait times IAW chart. back out of area. LOG TIME_____________ ___ 12.  Request 15 minute wait to collect vapors. Contamination Control Line (CCL) is established at the #1 cone. wind speed and direction. Establish comms with OpArea CP.ARRIVAL ON SCENE/CP CHECKOUT (CHEM/BIO) ___ 1. CP Checkout team move in front of vehicle. ___ 5. (Start (positive / negative) Stop ). CP Check Out Team check vertical temperature gradient. 35 36 . ___ 14. If person has symptoms. ___ 3. Perform 2 more Detector Ticket Tests 50M downrange and 50M apart. PHASE II PHASE II ___ 16. Inform CP of area status.  If all tests negative. WP unmasks. ___ 8. Arrive at proposed CRA VEHICLE /CONE #1(BECOMES CCL) ___ 15. ___ 11. CP Check out team departs for proposed Contamination Reduction Area  Perform discretionary M-8 checks on all liquids encountered on the way to proposed CRA. Meet with Medical. ___ 13. update Team Leader for selection of new CP/CRA. ___ 2. ___ 6. ___ 4. Place first cone.  If any tests are positive. back out of area to establish new CP/CRA. Perform Detector Ticket Test. Transit to the 1 mile mark or designated CP area and obtain an updated brief from the On Scene Commander (OSC). CONE #2 CONE #3 CONE #4(BECOMES HOTLINE) ___ 10.  Request 5 minute wait time. (Start Stop ). Drop a cone in center of this triangle. ___ 7. ___ 18. Dress out CP Check Out Team (review ACPG donning procedures) Conduct team brief Conduct Medevac Brief Conduct communications check Mask up.

IET PROCEDURES ___ 1. don Body Armor and SDS bag. Establish EPDS prior to IET departing. Type of ordnance: Type of Fuze: ___ 13. ___ 4. IET mask up. Note approximate size of object/sketch attitude and position. Perform Comms check prior to departure. buildings and external environment hazards (fuel tanks. ___ 21. ___ 23.). ___ 2.  Red = Blister  Yellow = G nerve  Green = VX 38 ___ 10. Approach from upwind checking all suspicious liquids encountered. Review and brief Medevac procedures. ___ 7. Visible fumes or leakage? (yes / no) 37 . LOG TIME. On Site PHASE III PHASE III ___ 18. Place equipment on clean drop cloth. Note & sketch surrounding area. ___ 16. Return to CP or proceed to Close In Recon as directed._______ EPDS operator conducts final check on IET. wind direction. etc.    ___ 3. ___ 22. Check VTG. Fill Decon buckets. Set up clean and dirty drop cloths near site. Agent Symptoms & treatment. Review Safety Precautions: **WAIT TIME** CHEM STATIC COCKED STRIKER ACOUSTIC/ SEISMIC HE JET BOOBYTRAP VT/TDD FRAG EJECTION WP/FIRE CLOCKWORK EMR PIEZO ELE MOVEMENT MAGNETIC ___ 14. ___ 15. ___ 5. ___ 19. Conduct M8 paper checks. ___ 17. General EOD Safety CHEMICAL safety. and report to CP ___ 20. (IAW field guide) Conduct IET pre-departure brief. How Many: ___ 12. ___ 9. Approach item utilizing available cover. Have team sit in shade if possible. Type of fins: ___ 11. Take pictures. Establish shuffle pit 10-20 meters upwind from incident site.  ___ 8. Look for and sketch best possible approach route and assign sides on sketch for close-in phase. Decon and water on dirty drop cloth. obstacles. Long Range Recon: ___ 6.

NOTE: Team Leader brief OSC. Assemble equipment for working party. Cover with tarp to reduce down wind hazard and collect vapors. Conduct comms checks. CP re-compute exclusion area and downwind hazard area. ___ 27. fuzing and filler. PHASE III PHASE IV ___ 8. IET perform gross decon if able to handle munition and contain runoff. Prevent spread of contamination (plug leak if possible). ___ 1. ___ 28. CP research ordnance. Separate leakers from non-leakers (if possible). IET debrief the CP and WP. Review and Brief Medevac procedures. 40 . Brief working party and EPDS operator on the agent and applicable safety precautions. Take pictures from various aspects. Pass the following information to CP: Close In Recon: DEVELOP/EXECUTE WP/RSP POA    Safe explosive hazard Identify agent Prevent spread of contamination ***WARNING*** No Radio Transmissions within 30 feet of item ___ 25. If multiple items. Mask up.___ 24. Get good measurements. Proceed to EPDS using same route as entering ___ 36. IET brief Team Leader. ___ 32. ___ 35. ___ 6. Dress out working party. EPDS operator perform final checks on working party. ___ 7. ___ 11. ___ 31. ___ 2. Process through EPDS as necessary. consider delaying gross decon until after working party has done vapor checks* ___ 33. ___ 9. ___ 37. arming vanes if required. Request airtight shipping container. WP departs for site. Inspect surroundings for additional hazards/other items. If positively identified. If NO positive indications have been found. Develop RSP Write out RSP to include: _____(1) Ordnance/Fuze RSP _____(2) Method of leak sealing _____(3) Decon procedures _____(4) Packing method _____(5) Immediate disposal method **Complete Close In Recon Worksheet before proceeding to next step**. ___ 4. 39 ___ 5. ensure downwind hazard is computed for total amount of filler ___ 30. impellers. Conduct close-in recon. ___ 26. ___ 3. ___ 10. ___ 34. gag fuzes. LOG TIME. ___ 29. Secure item.

The ACPG suit will protect against all known CB agents. 45 days if worn once removed from bag or can be laundered up to 6 times with all Velcro fasteners secured before laundering whichever comes first. Gross Decon Wait contact time. After RSP Safety Observer and P2 return to site. 4. In an uncontaminated environment it is good for 120 days if not worn. body armor (as needed). Qty of agent _______________________________ ____C.. Decons used in area_________________________ Process the WP and weapon through the hotline • ACPG DONNING PROCEDURES 1. Wait until directed to move to the outer cloths drop. Other hazards in area ________________________ _____E. Put on ACPG trousers close zipper. 3. keep wet with decon using scrub brush. If possible allow 10 meters for Hot Zone movement. h. a. J Receive team brief. o. d. Decon hands retrieve new C2 canister. Use M291 & M295 Pads on head and shoulder area as well as any gross contaminated areas (use buddy system). Rinse. c. with buddy assist remove blower from M45 and replace with single C2 canister Drop blower assembly in designated bag/drop cloth Do not cross Red Line until instructed to. e. Limit number of trips to and from site. ___ 16. Remove all jewelry. Precursors found ___________________________ ____D. Take actions to prevent spread of contamination. m. k. Contaminated personnel. Place equipment on drop cloth to conduct RSP. • Drop all gear in designated bags (i. i. Fasten and adjust length of suspenders. b. Line Boss will instruct the contaminated personnel to step into station one. p. Safety Observer and P2 go to safe area while P1 performs RSP/safes explosive hazards. Pull hood over M45 and secure under chin. Place munitions in first bag and seal. 2. Lower trousers over boot and secure with Velcro to snug fit. Turn scene over to Tech Escort Provide to Tech Escort the following Information: ____A. Pull sleeves up and don gloves. station 2. Don ACPG jacket. Conduct M18 check to ID agent ___ 15. n. Put on T-shirt. Chemical Protective (GSCP) and Green/Black Vinyl Over-boots (GVO/BVO). g. l.e. Place sleeves over gloves and secure Velcro tightly. will start at station 1 deconing each other from top to bottom and using the shuffle pit for deconing feet. . Log Mask Up time.WP on Site ___ 12. shorts. ___ 14. working in pairs. If using a blower. EPDS operator checks out each man before going down range. f. Note: Cutters will decon hands and cutting utensils after every cutting 41 42 procedure before moving to the next step. throw away bag & kept equipment bag). Close Zipper completely and Velcro jacket. ___ 13. ___ 17. PHASE IV EPDS EPDS PROCEDURES 2PC CUT OUT Approaching the Decontamination Line 4 STEP DECON 60A-1-1-11 • • • • • • Note: 1. The suit provides protection in a chemical environment for 24 hours and has an extendable shelf life of 5 years. Don the M45. It is the replacement of the CPO suit and are worn with the Glove Set. type of agent ______________________________ ____B. pull zipper up to chest. Put on boots and boot covers. Pull loop through legs and place on webbing strip. Place munitions in second bag and seal. Determine disposition of explosives if necessary and proceed to disposal POA and disposal worksheet.

• Place top in container after folding it onto itself. place in container.  Place trousers in container after folding it onto itself. place in container.  Remove inner gloves and place in container.  Cut down back of inner socks. starting from the top of the hood and continuing down the back.  Hold boots and have contaminated person step out. • Move to station 5. remove socks.  Cut boot laces of inner boot. • Place top garment in container after folding it onto itself. place boots in container. Station 1 • Approach Hotline • Remove and drop equipment on equipment drop cloth • Using buddy system decon MASK/HANDS/TORSO with SDS or M295 kit. • Move to station 3. • Cut belt on inner clothing trousers. the last station. EPDS SET UP Red Chemlites Wind 50 METER MINIMUM Green Chemlites Dirty Side Gear Drop Bags Clean side MEDICAL/ SHOWER STATION ONE STATION TWO STATION THREE 15 METERS STATION FOUR STATION FIVE PERSONNEL SDS PAT DOWN SHUFFLE PIT AREA OUTER CLOTHING DROP (PPE) INNER CLOTHING DROP (BOOTS/SOCK) MASK DROP Note: 100% Physical Control For Every Man From Red Line to Green Line. • Cut Fish Tail Laces (if worn) • Hold fish tail and have contaminated person step out. • Cut down both sides of inner clothing trousers. EPDS EPDS EPDS CLOSE OUT When the last two personnel come through the EPDS follow exact procedures for EPDS personnel processing having the two men perform the cut out procedures on each other with the exception of.  Move to station 4. • Remove outer gloves. • Cut out of the top garment. • Cut the suspenders above the “X” on the back.EPDS PROCEDURES 2PC CUT OUT CONT.  Staged replacement gear/clothing. 43 44 . • Decon feet in shuffle pit. Station 4 (MASK DROP) • Decon hands and around the mask. The personnel will perform unassisted mask drop.Cut down back of inner clothing top. • Cut down both sides of the trousers. remove socks. place in container. • Cut waist strap on trousers.  Cut down back of outer socks. Station 3 (INNER CLOTHS) • . • Cross HOT-LINE Station 2 (OUTER CLOTHS) • Cut/Loosen all straps and hook and pile connectors. • Hold breath/close eyes/remove mask. Station 5 (MEDICAL)  Medical evaluation. place gloves in container. • Place trousers in container after folding it into itself. place into container.

If test is negative unmask for 5 minutes. If no symptoms appear. Continue to observe for delayed symptoms. Continue to observe for delayed symptoms. e. unmask for 5 minutes and then remask. d. DP CN CS DM BZ Dosage (mg-min/m3) 30 2 25 25 30 100 700 150 10 1 10 10 WITHOUT DETECTION EQIUPMENT: a. GD VX HD. If no symptoms appear.914     1 mile=5280 ft 1 mile=1760 yds 1 mile=1609. If no symptoms. d. it is safe to give the all clear. HN L AC CK CG. Deep breath and hold it and break mask seal for 15 seconds with eyes open b. Vomiting Incapacitating      CONVERSION FACTORS kg=lbs x 0.CHEMICAL DOWNWIND HAZARD INFORMATION UNMASKING PROCEDURES FM 3-7 chap. it is safe to give the all clear. c.9 m=yds x 0. break mask seal take 2-3 more breaths. If no symptoms appear in 10 minutes.454 mpm=mph x 26. Clear and reseal mask.8 mpm=knots x 30. Test with detector kit. clear and reseal. Remask and observe for 10 minutes for symptoms. c. Observe for 10 minutes for symptoms.34 m km=miles x 1. Observe for 10 minutes.61 VTG Thermometers @ 1ft and 12ft* *No lower than 6ft) UNMASKING -3 Best -2 -1 Neutral 0 +1 Inversion +2 +3 Worst Lapse 45 46 .3 Dosage Chart Agent Type Chemical Agent GA GB. b. Nerve Blister Blood Choking Tear WITH DETECTOR KIT: a.

CS1 TH. Agent Symbol Grey Background All markings in Red Chem. NP. HT (CASUALTY AGENTS) GAS IRRITANT AGENTS (RIOT CONTROL AGENTS) CN. PTV HC. PWP GAS INCENDIARY INCENDIARIES SMOKES (SCREENING AND SIGNALLING) Riot Control ALL CS. CK GAS (CASUALTY AGENTS) Toxic Chemical Agents TOXIC CHEMICAL AGENTS VX. CN. 47 48 . CN1. BLISTER. H. PWP ALL Practice MARKINGS IN WHITE Explosive Components (Additional Marking Bands) SMOKE Standard Color Coding System (709A) Toxic Chemical Agents (Casualty Agents) Incapacitating Agents Nonpersistent Agents Persistent Agents All Nerve Agents Persistent Agents Gray Background All markings in Green Descriptive word:“Gas” Chem. WP.A) REVISED COLOR CODING SYSTEM (709C) Agent/Filler Marking/Background/Band Color ALL NERVE. OF BANDS COLOR OF CHEM. PTI. Smokes PWP WP. Agents D-SERIES ALL Incendiary MARKINGS Agents IN BLACK Screening and OTHER Signaling THAN WP. CHOKING AGENTS TOXIC BINARY Incapacitating Agents BZ Five-Element Marking System (Old) BACK GRND NO. CG. Agent Symbol All markings in Black on Light Red Background All markings in Black on Light Green Background except WP an PWP which are in Light Red All markings in White on Blue Background High Explosive An Additional marking band on Low Explosive some chemical ammunition. Agent Symbol Riot Control Agents Incendiaries Smokes Practice Explosive Component Grey Background All markings in Red Descriptive word:“Riot” Chem. AGENT DESCRIPTIVE MARKINGS SYMBOL WORD TOXIC CHEMICAL AGENTS GB. CS.CHEMICAL MUNITIONS MARKINGS (FM 21-16 Appx. HD. BLOOD.

Usually <30 minutes Effects may occur despite initial decontamination Effects may worsen Treatment Self Aid (Mild Symptoms) 1 Atropine Auto Injector. if symptoms persist. may cause nausea. If victim is convulsing and 3 Atropine and 3 2PAM CL are administered. Lewisite rate of action pain & irritation within 1 minute.. Prophylaxis: Pyridostigmine Bromide in itself will not protect you from nerve agent poisoning. pain. but has choking effect and a strong irritating effect. Agent 15 (Iraq)) Symptoms: disorientation hallucinations incoherence confusion irrational fear 49 50 . lethal drop. Loss of consciousness Seizures No Breathing Paralysis Death Onset of effects: seconds to minutes After removal from vapor . Blister Agents. Effective even after breathing has stopped. 50 ml IV. worse than cold or hay fever Mouth: Excessive Salivation. GB 3-4 hours. respiratory arrest. coma. A second treatment with each of the two antidotes may be given at up to half the original dose if needed. The blanched area turns brown in 24 hrs. If not the victim may have brain seizures. Vesicants (HD. Death occurs rapidly or recovery is prompt. 1 more Atropine & 1 more 2-Pam Chloride Buddy Aid (Severe Symptoms) 3 Atropine Auto Injectors 3 2-Pam Chloride Injectors 1 CANA (Diazepam) If more needed. others longer. VX) Symptoms Vapor Small exposure Eyes: Pinpointed pupils. 1 atropine every 5-10 minutes until secretions drying and ventilation improved. coughing tearing. nausea. SYMPTOMS &TREATMENT Nerve Agents (GA. decreased breathing rate. As long as 18 hours Large. GF. cardiac arrest. will probably be GI tract (nausea and vomiting). L. step 2 of 2: Sodium Thiosulfate. Clinical effects show in 2-48 hours. HT. one of two large bottles in the Pasadena Kit. GD. headache. 1 2-Pam Chloride Injector Observe for 10 minutes. unconsciousness Treatment Sodium Nitrite & Sodium Thiosulfate.AC interferes with the utilization of oxygen by the body. 100% O2 if available. medium drop. one of two 10 ml sodium Nitrite vials. death for CK: CK (Cyanogen Chloride) . 1 CANA auto injector must be administered (also known as Diazepam or valium). the area turns blanched and surrounded by a red ring in 30 secs. may become a heat casualty. GB. vomiting Nose: Runny Nose. CX) Symptoms red skin in 4-8 hrs eye irritation respiratory irritation severe burns 4-24 hrs Chemical Cell damage in 1-2 minutes. Treatment M291 Kit treatment for agent in eyes is same as for nerve agent Blood Agents Cyanides (AC. but wet clothing should be removed & the underlying skin washed with soap & water. convulsions. Decon not necessary for vapor. CK. tightness in chest. MD. Scab forms in about a week. ED. PD. no more 2-Pam CL will be given for one hour.Affects the body the same as AC.CHEMICAL AGENTS HAZARDS. After 3 injections of 2-Pam CL. First symptom you will notice. IV. throat and eyes. Incapacitating Agents (BZ. Aging Times: GD 2 minutes. One Set = 21 tablets of 30 mg. CK breaks down mask filters in 30 minutes immediate intense irritation of nose. dim. Effects do not worsen May improve No late-onset effects Liquid on Skin Same as vapor With the exception of pinpointed pupils Can occur if liquid drop is near the eye First symptoms are localized sweating and twitching of the exposed area. convulsions. tissue damage within 5 minutes. Step 1 of 2: Pasadena (Formerly Lilly) Cyanide Antidote Kit.. systemic poisoning for CX: Powerful irritant which produces IMMEDIATE pain When it comes in contact with the skin. and DIE. Onset of effects Small. irregular breathing Vapor Large exposure Previously listed effects plus. Side effect: no sweating. IE CPR/O2. It strictly enhances the antidotes during GD poisoning. SA) Symptoms for AC: AC (hydrogen cyanide) . dizziness. average 4-8 hours. blurred vision. may run out corners of the mouth Airways: Shortness of breath Vapor Moderate exposure Severe breathing difficulty Gasping. vertigo. Take one tablet every 8 hours. HN. increased breathing rate.

M256A1 AC Hydrogen Cyanide blood agent . you can potentially use therapy for cyanide poisoning.Vapor density: .Vapor density: . keep him from harming himself Riot Control Choking Agents Pulmonary or Lung (CG.Rate of action: .State at 68 'F: . M256A1 nerve agent colorless liquid 4.State at 68 'F: . Comes from Teflon fires.Odor: .Vapor density: . DA. DM. APD 2000.Rate of action: . M256A1 nerve agent amber colored liquid 9.33 fruity odor. Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX) are by products of conventional blast weapons and explosives. These can cause the same effects as Phosgene (CG).Rate of action: very rapid . CA and CR (British).Rate of action: .State at 69'F: colorless gas or liquid . green corn . CS2.Odor: bitter almonds .Vapor density: .Detection: nerve agent colorless to brown liquid 5.Odor: new-mown hay.State at 69'F: . CHEMICAL AGENT PROPERTIES CG Phosgene . CNB. APD 2000. CNC. Vomiting (PD.Detection: GB Sarin .Detection: VX .CS. For heavy CS exposure. Treatment .2 odorless rapid M18A2.Odor: . Pepper Spray .Odor: .State at 69'F: colorless liquid .Vapor density: .State at 69'F: .Detection: GA Tabun . M256A1 nerve agent colorless liquid 6.Detection: choking agent colorless gas 3. CS) Mace .State at 69'F: . Treatment is the same as for CG.86 almost no odor in pure state very rapid M18A2.Rate of action: .Vapor density: . DF) Symptoms Eye irritation Coughing Sneezing Hoarseness dyspnea Choking Tightness of chest Nausea Pulmonary edema Death Treatment ABC’s of resuscitation avoid movement (rest quietly) keep comfortably warm 40% oxygen (100% oxygen is not recommended) Pulmonary (PFIB. CNS. APD 2000.Odor: .Detection: GD Soman .Odor: .93 . CS1. HC. odor of camphor very rapid M18A2. More potent and less toxic than CN. cool as if he has heat stroke. CG) Perfluoroisobutylene (PFIB) is 10 times more toxic than CG.Move to fresh air/ mask up. DC) Tear (CN.4 new-mown hay. CNB.Rate of action: . M256A1 51 52 . NOX. CNC. CNS. with impurities.63 faintly fruity.Rate of action: .Vapor density: .Treatment: decon skin with soap and water If he has a high temperature. CA.Detection: M18A2.CN. APD 2000. green corn immediate to 3 hrs M18A2 DF Diphosgene choking agent . none if pure non-lethal M18A2.

Vapor density: forms little vapor .Rate of action: rapid .State at 69'F: .Detection: M18A3.State at 68 'F: dark liquid .State at 69'F: colorless solid or liquid .Detection: APD 2000 HD Distilled Mustard blister agent .Odor: no pronounced odor .Vapor density: .0 .3 .1 geraniums rapid M18A3.Odor: .Detection: M18A3.Detection: M18A3 DM Diphenyichloroaraine vomiting agent . hrs to days .Rate of action: .9 . 1/2 .State at 69'F: white to pink solid .Rate of action: very rapid . APD 2000.Vapor density: 5.State at 69'F: colorless liquid . APD 2000.Odor: .Odor: garlic .Odor: garlic .Vapor density: 5. delayed blister .Vapor density: . APD 2000.State at 69'F: colorless liquid .Rate of action: .Detection: M18A3.Detection: M18A3.Odor: no pronounced odor .5 .Detection: M18A3 MD Methyidichloroaraine blister agent .Odor: bitter almonds. 12 hrs or longer .freezes @ 58F .Vapor density: . M256A1 PD Phenyidichloroaraine blister agent also acts as vomiting agent .Odor: disagreeable.State at 68 'F: colorless gas .State at 69'F: solid .State at 69'F: colorless liquid .Odor: odor similar to garlic and bitter almonds .69 mild garlic delayed.Vapor density: 2.Rate of action: .Rate of action: delayed.4 .7 .Rate of action: immediate effect on contact .Detection: M18A3. APD 2000. but biting and irritating odor .Detection: none DC Diphenyicyanoarsine vomiting agent .Vapor density: .Detection: blood agent colorless gas 2. 2 hrs to 11 days none ED Ethyidichloroaraine blister agent . M256A1 HN Nitrogen Mustard blister agent . can go unnoticed .Rate of action: delayed.1 hr skin .Vapor density: forms little vapor .Detection: M18A3 53 54 .Rate of action: very rapid .Rate of action: instant .Rate of action: immediate eye.Vapor density: 5.State at 69'F: white to brown solid .Vapor density: 6. M256A1 DA Diphenyichloroaraine vomiting agent .State at 68 'F: .Odor: fragrant odor similar to apple . penetrating odor . M256A1 L Lewisite .1 .Odor: no odor .Odor: fishy or musty .Detection: M18A3 CX Phosgene Oxime blister agent (causes immediate pain) .Vapor density: forms little vapor .Vapor density: 5.Detection: none CN Chloroacetophenone tear agent .State at 69'F: yellow to green solid .Rate of action: .Detection: blister agent dark oily liquid 7.Rate of action: immediate irritation.Odor: odorless .State at 68F : colorless to yellow liquid.Vapor density: 7.Odor: fruiting.State at 69'F: clear yellowish liquid . M256A1 HT Mustard-T mixture blister agent .CK Cyanogen Chloride blood agent .Rate of action: very rapid . M256A1 SA Arsine .

ORANGE.7 soured fruit instant APD 2000 tear agent. Napalm B.Vapor density: . and fever followed by severe abdominal pain. 12 and 18 months and then a yearly booster. PTV. THEN 100 mg IV q 8-12 H FOR 4 WEEKS OR UNTIL THIRD DOSE OF VACCINE CHOLERA MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Ingestion INCUBATION PERIOD: 12 . GS.Rate of action: .State at 69'F: . and headache MORTALITY RATE: Less than 1% if treated 95% OF CASES ARE CUTANEOUS MALAISE.4-D. NP. Vaccine booster (if required) and Cipro/Doxy should start upon receiving the warning order. PWP. If you have started the shots.vapor density: 4.5 days SYMPTOMS: Fever.State at 69'F: . Ciprofloxacin 500 mg PO BID every 12 hours x 4 weeks or Doxycycline 100 mg PO BID every 12 hours x 4 weeks.Rate of action: instant . noisy respiration Prophylaxis A licensed vaccine for use in those considered to be at risk of exposure Vaccine schedule is 0.Detection: CNB . Typhoid Fever) Bacillus anthracis Anthrax (Cutaneous) INCUBATION PERIOD: 1 . PTL. Those previously vaccinated with fewer than 3 doses should receive a single .4. Sheep workers and cattle slaughters are some of the civilian population that are immunized. Brucellosis. Treatment Ciprofloxacin 500 mg PO BID every 12 hours x 4 weeks Doxycycline 100 mg PO BID every 12 hours x 4 weeks Penicillin orally for cut SUPPORTIVE THERAPY MAY BE NECESSARY Critical Treatment Penicillin 2 million units IV every 2 hours plus streptomycin 30 mg/kg IM every day (or gentamicin) CIPRO: 400 mg IV q 8 . CNS . nonproductive cough and mild chest discomfort.1 .BIOLOGICAL AGENTS CNC tear agent .Odor: . SYMPTOMS: Sudden onset of vomiting. ISO. SGF2. TEA. Glanders.detection: ADP 2000 Bacteria (Anthrax. Plague. start back where you left off unless three years have elapsed. FM. WP. and fever.12 OR DOXY: 200 mg IV x 1.shortness of breath STRIDOR.Odor: . 56 MORTALITY RATE: Can range up to 50% in untreated cases. BLUE.2-11) CO. stridor. NH2. VS. Westco gel Chemical Anti-plant Agents (60A-1-1-11 p. may burn skin in high concentration . Monuron. followed by boosts at 6. Those who have received the 3 initial doses of the primary series within the prevoius 6 months should not need a booster.5 days SYMPTOMS: Nausea.GENERAL FEELING OF DISCOMFORT ANTHRAX (Gastrointestinal) INCUBATION PERIOD: 2 . MORTALITY RATE: 100% NATURALLY OCCURS WITH SHEEP AND CATTLE ANTHRAX (Inhalation) INCUBATION PERIOD: 1 .6 . 2 additional .Rate of action: . fatigue. but have not stayed on schedule. RS. Q Fever. Cholera.Vapor density: 11. 2.Odor: . WHITE 55 .3 . IM.Vapor density: .Odor: pepper-like . Continue until you have received 3 doses of vaccine.Odor: . If unvaccinated begin initial doses of vaccine before assault. Sodium Chlorate. myalgia.72 Hours.Detection: none BZ Smoke and Incendiaries (60A-1-1-11 p.odor: chloroform .rate of action: instant . 2. TH1. vomiting. TH3.Detection: APD 2000 mental/physical incapacitation . TERMINAL PHASE: Dyspnea. malaise. Simazine.State at 69'F: fine powder . and 4 weeks for the initial series.state at 69'F: liquid .Detection: CA . MG. TPA. headache and painless diarrhea. HC. shock and death in 24-36 hrs MORTALITY RATE: 100% INHAL .State at 69'F: fine powder .6 days INITIAL SYMPTOMS: Malaise.Vapor density: .6 DAY INCUBATION MYALGIA (MUSCLE PAIN) DYSPNEA. Butyphos.Detection: CS tear agent liquid 5 fly paper instant APD 2000 tear agent liquid 4 banana instant APD 2000 tear agent liquid 6.Rate of action: delayed 1 to 4 hrs .State at 69'F: .5 ml doses of vaccine should be given two weeks apart. FS. cyanosis.high pitched.Vapor density: . 2-19) Atrazine. Tularemia.5 ml booster. 2. Bromacil.5-T. YS. TH4.Rate of action: .

Doxycycline 100 mg every 12 hours x 5-7 days. Mortality Rate: Seldom fatal. average 7 days. weight loss. headache. TENDERNESS EDEMA. Incubation Period: 3 to 60 days. then 100 mg IV x 10-14 days.10 days 57 58 . INCUBATION PERIOD: 2 . Incubation Period: 2-14 days. Symptoms: Fever. chills. myalgia. vertical adenopathy. Vaccine schedules is 0 and 4 weeks with a 6 month booster. Brucellosis (Undulant Fever) Mode of Transmission: Inhalation via aerosol route. and headache often followed by nausea and vomiting.FLUID LOSE MAY BE AS MUCH AS 5 TO 10 LITERS A DAY Ingestion of contaminated water or foods. profound weakness. abdominal tenderness. weight loss. arthralgia (joint pain). sweats. No vaccine for pneumonic. riggers. headache. body aches. malaise. malaise. Mortality Rate: Seldom fatal. gentamicin 3-5 mg/kg/day IV x 10-14 days.watery fluid in the cells ALL WHICH TYPICALLY RESOLVE IN 48 HOURS SYMPTOMS: Fever. Post exposure prophylaxis may be tried with TMP-SMX. Prophylaxis: No vaccine available. Streptomycin 30 mg/kg/day IM in 2 divided doses every 12 hours x 10 days or Gentamicin. TREATMENT: Fluid and electrolyte replacement. Doxycycline and ciprofloxacin are very effective. Doxycycline 100 mg PO BID x 7 days Ciprofloxacin 500 mg PO BID x 7 days Tetracycline 500 mg PO BID x 7 days TREATMENT: QUARANTINE REQUIRED FOR SIX DAYS. or bites from certain insects. Glanders Mode of Transmission: Inhalation of aerosol. use Rifampin. For complications including Endocartis or Meningitis. weight loss and non-productive cough. Treatment: Doxycycline 200 mg/day PO & Rifampin 600-900 mg/day for 6 weeks. Incubation: 10-14 days. LOCAL REACTIONS AT THE INOCULATION SITE INCLUDE: redness of the skin Indurations. chest pain. Tetracycline 500 mg every 6 hours x 5-7 days. Propholaxis: No vaccine available. retro orbital headache pain. headache. Doxycycline 100 mg PO BID x 14 days. INCUBATION PERIOD: 2 . Treatment: Sulfadiazine 100 mg/kg per day in divided doses x 3 weeks. chills. blood from animals. illness. splenomegaly & generalized papular/pustular eruptions. constipation or diarrhea. May last a year or more. heptomegaly. and last for no longer than 6 months Antibiotics will shorten the duration of diarrhea and shedding of the organism. splenomegaly.process of becoming hard. chills. pleuritic chest pain. stridor (wheezing) and cyanosis. Symptoms: Headache. weakness. Only provides about 50% protection. INFECTION OF THE LUNGS Plague (Bubonic) MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Bites from fleas or rodents. Symptoms: Fever. PROPHYLAXIS: Vaccine available for bubonic type (side effects). Death results from respiratory failure. fever. Most deaths caused by Endocartis or Meningitis. fatigue. Chloramphenicol 1 gm IV QID x 10-14 days. Lasts 2 days to 2 weeks. MOSQUITOES OR TICKS FEWER THAN 200 CASES REPORTED SINCE 1967 COMPARES TO 2291 CASES IN 1939 AND MORE THAN 1100 CASES IN PER YEAR IN THE 40’S PROPHYLAXIS: New investigational vaccine by scarification. Mortality Rate: Almost always fatal without treatment. Avoid consumption of unpasteurized milk & cheese. Ciprofloxacin: 500mg EVERY 12 hrs X 3 days Erythromycin: 500mg EVERY 6hrs X 3 days Tetracycline: 500mg EVERY 6 hrs X 3 days Doxycycline: 300mg A DAY X 3 days or 100 mg every 12 hours x 3 days Norfloxacin: 400 mg every 12 hours x 3 days PLAGUE (Yersina pestis) (CLINICAL SYNDROMES) THERE ARE 6 DIFFERENT TYPE OF PLAGUE SEPTICEMIC PLAGUE MENINGITIS PHARYNGEAL CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS PLAGUE (Pneumonic) MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Inhalation of aerosols. Symptoms: Irregular fever. Treatment: Tetra/Doxy should begin 8-12 days post exposure & continue for 5 days (this may avoid any symptoms showing). INCUBATION PERIOD: 2 . Ofloxacin 400 mg/day & Rifampin 600 mg/day aslo effective. Plague all types MORTALITY RATE: Pneumonic 90 -100% and bubonic 25 to 50% in untreated cases. chills. BUBOES MANIFEST AFTER THE 1-8 DAY INCUBATION PERIOD.3 days SYMPTOMS: High fever. TMP-SMX may be effective. raised colored spots on skin. Prophylaxis: Vaccine available. 5% in untreated. sweats.10 days SYMPTOMS: Sudden onset of fever. and by heavily soiled hands or utensils. malaise. headache. Tetracycline and an Aminoglycoside. Treatment: Standard antibiotic therapy. Streptomycin. MORTALITY RATE: Less than 5%. Tetracycline 2 gm/day PO x 14 days. Q Fever Mode of Transmission: Inhalation of aerosol. TREATMENT: Streptomycin 30 mg/kg IM QD x 10-14 days. Average of 1-2 months. couch. ALSO KNOWN AS RABBIT FEVER DEERFLIES. PROPHYLAXIS: A killed vaccine is available. Doxycycline 200 mg IV once. Mortality Rate: Prophylaxis: Typhoid Vaccine. dyspnea (shortness of breath). Typhoid Fever Mode of Transmission: Incubation Period: 3-60 days. chills. TULAREMIA Cutaneous ulcer MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Inhalation of an aerosol.

dyspnea. Viral Encephalitis. TREATMENT: Supportive care with tracheotomy and ventilator assistance.Inhalation or ingestion TIME OF ONSET . TIME OF ONSET: 3 o 12 hrs.Minutes to hours SYMPTOMS . Severe respiratory distress and death occur in 36-72 hrs. then 15 mg/kg IV every 6 hours x 4 days. Cidofovir effective In Vitro. St Louis.Weakness. Gut decon via lavage(washing of the stomach) and activated charcoal may be warranted. Mode of Transmission: Inhalation or ingestion. MORTALITY IN THE 1950’s WAS AS HIGH AS 60% NOW IT IS LESS THAN 5% DUE TO ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.35 days. Vomiting. SUCH AS A TRACHEOTOMY AND AN ENDO-TRACHEAL INTUBATION STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTEROTOXIN B (SEB) MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Inhalation or ingestion. WEE.20%. Same as Prophylaxis.24 Hrs SYMPTOMS . Argentine. No vaccine at this time. fever. fatalities are less than 5%. Marburg Disease. sneezing. Bunyaviridae.Exposure causes skin pain. Dengue. Four Main Categories: Arenaviridae. Ebolas 50 -90% Prophylaxis: Availability of specific antiviral drugs is limited. Viral Hemorrhagic Fever) Small Pox (Variola Major) ERADICATED IN 1980 BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION TWO LIVE VIRUS'S REMAIN. MORTALITY RATE: Minor. Rift Valley Fever. SYMPTOMS: Sudden onset of fever. May require anticonvulsants. rigors headache. then 7. PROPHYLAXIS: Limited supply of vaccine (Small Pox Vaccine. vomiting. Yellow Fever. Out of action for one to two weeks. Filoviridae. sore throat and cough may follow. Toxins (Botulinum. headache. give in first week following exposure. Hantavirus. Immunizations available are Yellow Fever vaccine and Argentine Hemoragic Fever Virus (Junin Vaccine Strain Candid #1)Ribavairin for Lassa Fever. general weakness. Bolivian. however. or cutaneous. and most are quite stable as respirable aerosols. South and Central America. Artificial ventilation may be required in severe cases.Viruses (Small Pox. severe headache and malaise. Flaviviridae. MORTALITY RATE: 30% in unvaccinated individuals. TREATMENT: No specific treatment. Very low with vaccination. Vaccina Virus) is still available. nasal discharge. and non-productive cough. blurred vision and development of respiratory failure. WEE & EEE. Nile Valley. chills. TRICHOTHECENE (T-2) MYCOTOXINS MODE OF TRANSMISSION . Mexico and Florida PROPHYLAXIS: Investigational vaccine available for VEE. cough and pulmonary edema (dry land drowning). INCUBATION PERIOD: Average of 12 days SYMPTOMS: Malaise. Symptoms: Mortality: 5 . PROPHYLAXIS: Several vaccines are in development. Ross River) MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Inhalation of aerosol or mosquitoes bites. redness. PROPHYLAXIS: Investigational new drug and PPE. for Hantaan Virus Korea has a formalin-inactivated rodent brain vaccine Treatment: Largely Supportive. Weeks to months. may require close supervision and some will require intensive care. wheezing and chest pain COMES FROM FUNGI (MOLDS) USED IN LAOS 75-81 6300 DEATHS KAMPUCHEA 79-81 1000 DEATHS AFGHANISTAN 79-81 3042 DEATHS MORTALITY RATE: 100% If not treated PROPHYLAXIS: Mask is effective against aerosol exposure. TIME OF ONSET: 1 to 3 days. and backache.6 ml/kg IM TREATMENT: Supportive care. and vesicles. Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B (SEB). Pre exposure give vaccine and Vaccinia Immune Globulin (VIG) . Vaccine is probably good for about 3-5 years. RICIN MODE OF TRANSMISSION . ingestion. fluids & electrolytes. MORTALITY RATE: 50% Georgi Markov in London in 78 edema. MORTALITY RATE: Less than 1%. itching. No vaccine at this time. Ebola) Highly infectious via the aerosol route. Full recovery in 1-2 weeks. Ricin. TREATMENT: No specific treatment. ONE AT CDC IN ATLANTA AND ONE AT VECTOR IN RUSSIA IN 1999 BOTH PLACES were SUPPOSED TO DESTROY THERE STRAND OF SMALL POX MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Inhalation of an aerosol. could render up to 80% of exposed personnel clinically ill. SYMPTOMS: Initial: Fever. Viral Hemoragic Fevers (Lassa Fever. dry mouth. MORTALITY: Among the most toxic compounds known to man. TIME OF ONSET: 1 to 5 days. TREATMENT: Attention to fluid management.Inhalation or ingestion TIME OF ONSET . Trichothecene (T-2) Mycotoxins) BOTULINUM TOXIN 15.6 ml/kg IM.000 X MORE POTENT THAN VX.watery fluids in the cells or lung tissues PROPHYLAXIS: Mask is effective against aerosol exposure. Fever may last 25 days and cough may last 4 wks. dizziness. MODE OF TRANSMISSION: Inhalation or ingestion. TREATMENT: Largely supportive. Quarantine 3 day isolation period required. Time of Onset: 2 .fever. 2-4 days later you will get a discrete rash on hands/face. vaccine and VIG . SYMPTOMS: Ptosis. Analgesics to relieve headache & Myalgia. Viral Encephalitis VEE (Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis) (also EEE. Quarantine 17 day isolation period required. 59 60 . Effects on the airway: nose and throat pain. Ribavirin 30 mg/kg IV initial dose.5 mg/kg IV every 8 hours x 6 days.

Wait 3 minutes for nerve agent results. taking care not to spill any of the reagent. With left thumb over center of protective strip. The dropper tip can be removed by applying strong thumb pressure sideways. The first time that the ABC-M18A3 chemical agent detector kit is used. Forcing liquid to each spot with right hand while pressing protective strip with left hand to ensure wetting of covered spots. Crush two outside ampoules #5 with pads. White-marked Squeeze Bottle The solution in the white-marked bottle is ready for use as received. After 24 hours discard any remaining solution in the green marked bottle and wash the bottle. g. Turn sampler over to determine safe or danger conditions. h. b. Leave heater over spot for 2 minutes. 6. 3. c. 4. b. Expose spots to air (shielding from direct sun) for 10 minutes. Leave in place 1 minute. e.M256A1 PROCEDURES Protective strip should still cover spots. i. The squeeze bottle already contains the solid reagent. Pull and discard tab #1. Crush second green ampoule #4 and swing heater back over test spot. Using heater pads. (Good for 2 years in refrigerator/6 weeks out of refrigerator) 61 62 . k. Disregard any blue-green edge around nerve spot rim. Re-rub bottom half of white paper tab #2 next to first mark. Shake for 30 sec Open panel of HHA Add 3-4 drops to sample well Wait 15 +/. hold sampler flat and swing heater (green ampoules) away from blister spot. 1. Hold sampler with arrow up. Remove the dropper tip from the green-marked bottle. f. The prepared solution is good for approximately 24 hours. Preparation For Use M18A3 SETUP Green marked bottle 1. crush one heater ampoule #4 and swing heater over spot. Pour clear water into the green-marked bottle until the liquid level reaches the mark on the side of the bottle. Shake the green-marked bottle vigorously until little or no solid material settles to the bottom of the bottle. h. BIOLOGICAL SAMPLING KIT (HHA) a. 2. Ship to Confirmatory Lab * Positive indication is two marks. Empty the contents of one plastic packet of reagent (1) into the green-marked bottle. e. Crush the tablet inside the plastic bottle by squeezing the walls of the bottle gently. j. Be sure HHA is at Room Temperature Prior to use Keeping HHA Panel Sealed open bottle of Buffer to Wet Applicator Swipe the Sample Area (10cmx10cm square) Break off swab Tips in buffer. Dispose of Bleached Neg/Invalid assay as medical waste Wrap POS HHA. Immediately look for a difference in color between the two marks n. Add one tablet from the green top vial (2). then swing heater and protective strip away from spot. Shake the contents until the solid reagent dissolves. l. Hold sampler with arrow down. Unscrew and remove the cap on the green-marked bottle. m. c. Being sure NOT TO use pads. 3. d. Reinstall the dropper tip and screw cap on tightly. d.1 minutes for HHA to develop. 2. The plastic packets of powder reagent and the green top vial tablet reagent are contained in a plastic container (3). Reinstall the dropper tip and screw the cap on tightly. crush ampoules in three center pockets #3. treated or untreated. g. f. remove the cap and the dropper tip and fill the blue-marked bottle with clear water up to the mark on the side of the bottle. Swing heater away from spot. Clear water includes any water fit for drinking. Rotate sampler so arrow is down. 5. Rub top half of white paper tab #2on tablet. a. Vent heater vapor away from operator’s body. Blue-marked Squeeze Bottle NOTE This solution may be used until exhausted.

Ethyl Dichloroarsine (ED).54 cm x 2. compress the aspirator bulb sixty times. YELLLOW – G agent RED – Blister agent (H. If the disk is white or light red-orange. 2. If a redbrown ring or color appears. NOTE Blue color is safe. 3. With the detector tube pointing down. x 1/16 in. If a purple-blue ring or color appears. Remove the detector tube from the adapter and observe the color. After three minutes. Remove and discard foil overlay from the detector ticket. Color may not be evenly distributed on detector ticket. HD. Remove the detector tube from the adapter and observe the color. see WP 0007 00. 2. Perform this test only if the CK test is negative. Whiteband detector tubes may be used if there is a shortage of blue band tubes. or a combination of V-agent and G-agent is present in the atmosphere. very low concentrations of V-agent or G-agent are present. 4. Use a blue band detector tube for this test. CG is present. Allow the bulb to re-inflate completely between compressions. If the disk is blue. With the detector tube pointing down. if any.16 cm).M18A3 TESTING PROCEDURES Test for Liquid Agents (Blister or Nerve Agents) on Surfaces If the suspected surface contamination is in liquid form (puddles. b. Withdraw the ticket from the aspirator bulb adapter. 63 64 . Tear packet open at tear notches. the white-band tubes are not to be used to test for other than G-agents. small drops. 3. 5. However. or MD (singly or in combination) is present. Snap both ends from a green band detector tube at the scorings and press the unmarked end of the detector tube into the adapter. Test for Cyanogen Chloride (CK) 1. x 1 in. 2. 3. 1. or Methyl Dichloroarsine (MD) 1. Test for Phosgene (CG) 1. Add one drop of solution from the white-marked bottle onto the enzyme disk on the round end of the detector ticket COLLECTING AND TESTING VAPOR SAMPLE 1. 3.4. Squeeze one drop of reagent solution from the green-marked bottle into the banded end of the detector tube. or HT is present. Squeeze one drop of reagent solution from the blue-marked bottle into the banded end of the detector tube. 4. If a blue or blue-green ring or color appears. Use the blue band detector tube from the CK test for this test. remove the ticket from the clip. 3.3° C). (2. Remove the detector tube from the adapter. 4. c. Remove the detector ticket from the packet. ED or a high concentration of L is present. Discard the detector tube and omit the test for G-agent and the test for mustards or CX. If a yellow or orange color appears in the detector tube. Carefully add one drop of solution from the white-marked bottle to the substrate disk at the square end of the ticket. With the detector tube pointing down. compress the bulb sixty times. and CX) GREEN – V agent Test for V and G Vapors (Detector Ticket) 1. Test for G-Agent 1. mustard H. do not rub) and observe color change. Perform this test only if the CK test is negative (no yellow or orange color) following detector ticket test. no V-agent or G-agent is present in the atmosphere. a. Direct the ticket toward the ground and compress the bulb sixty times. compress the bulb sixty times. Keep mask on under these conditions. Snap both ends from the detector tube at the scorings and press the unmarked end of the tube into the adapter. Fold the ticket at the score line to bring the enzyme and substrate disks together. Test for Lewisite (L). CX is present (a light brown color that fades within 15 seconds is not a positive test). Wait at least two minutes after sampling. 4. HN. If a green ring or color appears. Place the paper in contact with the suspected surface (blot. Remove detector ticket packet from carrier. the test is negative. Discard the desiccant board 1 in. G-agent is present. Snap both ends from a yellow band detector tube at the scorings and press the unmarked end of the detector tube into the adapter. CK is present. 5. 1. Remove the detector tube from the adapter. Retain the blue band detector tube and proceed with the test for G-agent.L. 2. If a blue-green ring or color is observed. Test for Mustard or Phosgene Oxime (CX) Vapors 5. L.54 cm x0. 7. compress the bulb sixty times. Unfold the ticket and observe the color of the enzyme disk on the round end of the ticket. 2. then squeeze one drop of reagent solution from the blue-marked bottle into the banded end of the detector tube. If yellow appears within one minute. Snap both ends from a blue band detector tube at the scorings and press the unmarked end of the detector tube into the adapter. Install the round end of a prepared detector ticket in the aspirator bulb adapter with enzyme disk facing toward the bulb. Then place the folded ticket in the clip for three minutes. 3. If most of the disk is white or light red-orange with a fringe of blue. NOTE If the temperature is below 65° F (18. 2. If no yellow or orange color appears. test for agent with ABC-M8 VGH chemical agent detector paper. 2. or barely visible droplets). ED. With the detector tube pointing down. either V-agent or G-agent. 6.

In order to confirm a weak positive test. Sampling for Unknown Agents When no positive readings are obtained with the preceding tests and the presence of a chemical agent is suspected. Snap both ends from a red band detector tube at the scorings and press the unmarked end of the detector tube into the adapter. AC is present. The instructions given below apply to each of the five sampling tubes. a. 3. If the test for CK was positive and a blue ring or color appears in the detector tube.M18A3 Quick look table Test for Hydrocyanic Acid (AC) CAUTION Decontaminants will affect certain components of the M18A3 detector kit. c. White band tubes may be used in place of blue band tubes for G. observed characteristics of the agent.purple Red-brown Blue-green Or Blue Green Blue Agent All Nerve CK G H CX L ED MD CG AC 5 Yellow 60 6 7 Green Red 60 60 *If tests are negative and chemical agent is suspected take 5 samples and place tubes in envelope with report. date. Remove the sampling tube from the adapter and place it in the zip lock bag containing the completed report card. Take samples in five white-band sampling tubes. With the detector tube pointing down. and forward to the chemical laboratory designated in the unit SOP. the place. 8 White 60 65 66 . 2. proceed with the following steps: 1. Remove the detector tube from the adapter and observe the color. List the observed color effects on the various types of detector tubes. the exposed tube should be darker than a sealed unexposed tube. when using the red band detector tubes. Be sure to record information which may be helpful in determining the nature of the unknown agent: identification of the unit taking the samples. Tabun (GA) and/or AC is present. 2. Place the zip lock bag containing the five sampling tubes and the report card in an envelope. b. seal the envelope. Select an area for sampling that is likely to have a high concentration of agent such as a depression in the ground or just above a puddle of liquid agent. Complete a report card. 1. a. compress the bulb sixty times. Snap both ends from a white-marked sampling tube at the scorings and press the unmarked end into the adapter. and time the samples are taken. If the test for CK was negative and a blue ring or color appears in the detector tube. Test Tube 1 2 3 4 Ticket Blue Blue Blue Comp 60 60 0 60 Reagent 1 drop white top bottle None 1 drop green top bottle After 2 minutes add 1 drop from blue bottle 1 drop blue top bottle None None Color change Blue is safe Yellow-orange Yellow within one minute Blue. compress the bulb sixty times. Any high chlorine content decontaminant will give positive indications on the AC test if it is not thoroughly rinsed from the contaminated surface or item prior to conducting vapor test. and the effect of the agent on personnel. With the sampling tube pointing down. 3. b. Forward for analysis.

QDR FOR CAVE OR TUNNELOPENINGS OR PORTHOLES. it is recommended that personnel withdraw a minimum of 1800 feet within 10 degrees to either side of the center of the opening. This distance range is also recommended for essential personnel whenever possible.164 315.164 power. 60a-1-1-4) Increase the fragmentation distance ranges by 33 percent when intentionally disposing of ammunition and explosives placed in stacks or piles.FRAG INFORMATION (ref. Ensure that all personnel located at the Hazardous Fragmentation Distance Range are afforded adequate frontal and overhead protection against explosion effects. personnel remaining in the open may incur injury or death from being struck by a hazardous fragment(s). QDRs will be determined by an on-site authority. Risks associated with explosion effects increase for distances closer than the hazardous fragmentation distance range.9 x In (NEWQD) In (NEWQD) = natural logarithm of (NEWQD) in pounds Blast Overpressure Distance Range (BODR) (Scaled Distance) D=K x W1/3 D=distance in feet K=multiplying factor in English units W1/3 =cube root of NEWQD in pounds 67 68 . If a fly rock event is anticipated. Detonation of munitions in stacks can project fragments to greater distances than detonation of multiple items arranged in a side-by-side orientation. use the flyrock withdraws distance equation K625. For essential personnel in the open. Maximum Fragmentation Distance Range (MDFR) in Feet Determined by NEWQD of an item: 2756+565.9 x W 0.84) or the HFDR. Hazardous Fragmentation Distance Range (HFDR) in Feet Determined by NEWQD of an item: 315.164=NEWQD in pounds raised to the 0.9=multiplying factor W 0. A minimum of 328 feet (100 meters) withdrawal distance is recommended. For nonessential personnel exposed in the open. At this distance. Unless barricaded. QDR FOR FLY ROCK. with a minimum of 328 feet (100 meters). use the greater of K50 (K(m)19.

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0 psi 15.3 855 513 86 MK81 135 2.14 psi .925 1.215 2.007 335 MK83 601 4.755 293 MK82 260 3.6 psi 6.2 10.4 psi 2.345 2.08 psi K-FACTOR 20 17.9 12.276 5.0 psi 3.0 3.725 3.435 573 RPG 2.555 933 156 105mm projo 8 1.0 psi 74.075 645 108 81mm mortar 2.3 psi .6 psi 9.529 422 MK84 1.4 855 645 108 EFFECT Eardrum Rupture (1% probability) Eardrum Rupture (5% probability) Eardrum Rupture (10% probability) Eardrum Rupture (20% probability) Eardrum Rupture (50% probability) Eardrum Rupture (99% probability) Personnel thrown off balance Minimal damage to structures Nonessential personnel K24 75 52 42 141 161 203 275 52 INCIDENT OVERPRESSURE 3.TABLE FOR KNOWN ORDNANCE ORDNANCE EXPL K500 K300 K50 WEIGHT 155mm projo 24 1.3 8.9 24 197 328 73 74 PROPANE NEW EQUIVILANT VALUES GALLONS NEW 2 25 5 61 7 86 9 110 24 294 28 343 35 428 150 1836 200 2448 250 3060 325 3978 400 4896 500 6120 1000 12240 .

836-2. BRIEF CASES LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES.414 6”-5FT 6”-5FT 75 76 . WIRES. PVC PIPE.125”(M082) (M981) 3082-3766 6”-5FT 800 18”-3FT @ 90 DEGREES 1. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES.505-4. ES. Note: To penetrate thick or strong barriers. Comp-B. BATTERY BATTERY BATTERY IED W/NON NG EXPLOSIVE BATTERY IED W/NON NG EXPLOSIVE BATTERY 1. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS.900 18”-50FT 32oz.520-3. HJs at their maximum standoff will penetrate substantially less. or detonating cord). Detasheet) are a magnitude less sensitive than commercial explosives (NG based dynamites. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES. C-4. HYDRAJET LOAD AND STANDOFFS /OAD . 1500 2. VEH WINDOWS WITH TGT ON SEAT OF CAR.1/8” – ¼” STEEL BARRIER.083”(M081) (M980) 2. CAR/VAN VEH BODIES.450 18”-4FT 18”-50FT BATTERY HIGH SPEED CIRCUIT Caution: Military type explosives (i.50FT TARGET IED W/NON-NG EXPLOSIVE. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. Due to ablation of the water-jet with distance.300 18”-50FT 18”-50FT 2. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES.100 3.043”(M080) (M994) VEL (ft/sec) 1.283 5. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS AMMO CANS.168”(M083)(M982) . WIRES.000 2”-10FT 2. Upon direct impact Hydra-Jets can shock initiate commercial explosives. CAR/VAN VEH BODIES. PROPANE BTLS AND 1/8” STEEL BARRIERS ALL ABOVE PWR SUPPLIES. and the more powerful Hydra-Jets can shock initiate certain military type explosives.25” (M085)(M984) 3.100 H/V BLK E SHELL 1. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. 55GAL DRUMS PWR SUPPLIES. PROPANE BTLS. 1. WIRES.PAN DISRUPTOR LOADS LOAD LOW VELOCITY CLAY (CUSTOM) 12 GAUGE 3” SLUG (COMMERCIAL) *HIGH VELOCITY SLUG (CUSTOM) *ULTRA VELOCITY SLUG (CUSTOM) 12 GAUGE 2 ¾ “ #8 (COMMERCIAL) 12 GAUGE 3 ½” SHOT (COMMERICAL *ALUMINUM SLUG *POPPER BLANK (COMMERCIAL) (W140ML WATER LOW VELOCITY) BLACK PWDR BLK (COMMERCIAL) (W140ML WATER MED VELOCITY) BLACK PWDR BLK (COMMERCIAL) (W140ML WATER HIGH VELOCITY) *HIGH VEL BLK (CUSTOM) (W140ML WATER HI VELOCITY) *AVON (CUSTOM) VEL (ft/sec) 900 STAND OFF 18”. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES. CLASS. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS VEH WINDOWS WITH TGT ON SEAT OF CAR.500 18”-10FT @ 30-90 DEG 18”-10FT @ 5-15 DEG 2”-10FT IED W/NON-NG EXPLOSIVES PVCABS PIPE/VEHICLES PVC-ABS PIPE W/SMKLSS STEEL PIPE BATTERY IN IED IED W/NON-NG EXPLOSIVE . PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS PWR SUPPLIES.200 18”-4FT 500 2”-6” IED W/DYNAMITE . 55GAL DRUMS. shock tube. use the HJ’s at the minimum or close to the minimum standoff.080 6”-4FT 800 2”-10FT IED W/NON-NG EXPLOSIVE MED THICK TGT PVC PIPE W/NONNG EXPLOSIVES .244 STAND OFF 6”-3FT TARGET PWR SUPPLIES.e.248-6.

125”(M082) (M981) 2. BRIEF CASES LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES. PROPANE BTLS. CAR/VAN VEH BODIES. CAR/VAN VEH BODIES. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES.168”(M083)(M982) . PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS. WIRES. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS PWR SUPPLIES. WIRES.67-5FT (8”) .264-2. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS. VEH WINDOWS WITH TGT ON SEAT OF CAR. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES. 1/8” – ¼” STEEL BARRIER 128oz. AMMO CANSCAR/VAN VEH BODIES.67-8FT . MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES. PROPANE BTLS.043”(M080) (M994) VEL (ft/sec) 1.836-2. 1/8” – ¼” STEEL BARRIER 77 78 . 55GAL DRUMS.612 4. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS.135-2. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS. AMMO CANSCAR/VAN VEH BODIES. VEH WINDOWS WITH TGT ON SEAT OF CAR.168”(M083)(M982) .25” (M085)(M984) 2. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES. WIRES.459 (8”) . CAR/VAN VEH BODIES. WIRES.768 6”-6FT . 55GAL DRUMS.526-1. AMMO CANSCAR/VAN VEH BODIES.160 . HYDRAJET LOAD AND STANDOFFS SIZE (oz.763 6”-6FT 6”-8FT .67-8FT (8”) PWR SUPPLIES. PROPANE BTLS. MIL EXPL BRIEF CASES.956-3.609 . PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS PWR SUPPLIES.586-3.67-7FT (8”) . WIRES.125”(M082) (M981) 2.) LOAD VEL (ft/sec) .) LOAD . 1/8”-3/16” STEEL BARRIERS ALL ABOVE PWR SUPPLIES. VEH WINDOWS WITH TGT ON SEAT OF CAR.819 4.244 (M994) STAND OFF 6”-3FT TARGET PWR SUPPLIES. WIRES. PROPANE BTLS.467-5. LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. 55GAL DRUM. PLASTIC CONTAINERS KNAPSACKS. BRIEF CASES LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES. 55GAL DRUM PWR SUPPLIES.083”(M081) (M980) 2. BRIEF CASES LUGGAGE WOODEN BOXES.67-8FT (8”) .348 6”-6FT .715-5.866 STAND OFF . 1/8” STEEL BARRIER ALL ABOVE PWR SUPPLIES. WIRES.083”(M081) (M980) 2.64oz.125-3. HYDRAJET LOAD AND STANDOFFS HYDRA-JET DISRUPTER LOADS SIZE (oz.25” (M085)(M984) 3.043”(M080) 1. 55GAL DRUM PWR SUPPLIES. WIRES. 55GAL DRUMS.740-3.

2%when consolidated and leveled off.875” of 200gr/ft 10. Bottles containing 200 grains per foot will cause detonation of NG dynamites if the standoff distance is less than four inches and/or if the detonator is not correctly positioned within the water bottle. BRIEF CASE. SOFT & HARD SUITCASES. It also suppresses the blast and flame of the explosion. FOOT LOCKER NG DYNAMITE GENERAL DISRUPTION OF LARGE IED. SOFT & HARD SUITCASES.864 Target 10. FOOT LOCKER. FOOT LOCKER NG DYNAMITE GENERAL DISRUPTION OF LARGE IED.5/C-4 1. A stand off of 100mm is recommended.533 ft lbs 12.09gr total (MN33) 4” 1”.326 Target 18.66/C-4 844-1. unless appropriately spaced (> 6 inches). produces neat holes. will cause detonation of NG dynamites. Range of several meters. SOFT & HARD SUITCASES.085-1. FOOT LOCKER.5/4. PROJECTILE COPPER EFP LOAD 20 g 30g 50g 50g 50g 10g 15g 20g 10g 50g 10g 20g 30g 40g 50g 50g 50g VULCAN STAND-OFF 300mm 300mm 2. Note: Loads smaller than 5 grams are not recommended. always prepare for the possibility of the disruptive system functioning the IED. NG DYNAMITE GENERAL DISRUPTION OF MED IED.5”of 200gr/ft 5.09gr total (MN33) 420-514 Target 5.500mm 2.667 ft lbs STAND OFF 6” 1”.5/ 8. concrete or any other hard materials. BRIEF CASE. NG DYNAMITE GENERAL DISRUPTION OF SML IED.6”       1. Nozzle limits projectile impact to a very restricted zone and greatly facilitates aiming with pin-point accuracy. Copper EFP loaded painted side out.6” ALUMINUM EFP PLASTIC/WATER CONE 2. Water Jacket used to increase the penetration of any of the projectiles without increasing the explosive load.400mm 70mm 70mm 70mm 0 0 100mm 100mm 100mm 100mm 100mm 200mm 500mm PREFORATION OF STEEL 10mm 15mm 10mm 5mm 5mm 4mm 8mm 12mm 5mm 15mm 20mm 40mm 60mm 70mm 90mm 40mm 20mm 6” 1”. NG DYNAMITE GENERAL DISRUPTION OF MED IED. SOFT & HARD SUITCASES.6” TARGET NG DYNAMITE GENERAL DISRUPTION OF SML IED.000 ft lbs 6.000 ft lbs 4” 1”.400mm 5. CARDBOARD BOX.66/ 8.5/C-4 VEL (ft/sec) 1.6” 2. Range several meters.MWB LOAD AND STANDOFFS SIZE (liter) LOAD 0.000 ft lbs 540-660 Target 5.467 ft lbs 12.000 ft lbs 1.525-1. Explosives Measuring Tool equals 20 grams +/.36gr total (MN33) 720-880 Target 3. Aluminum EFP loaded with painted side out. During render safe procedures.6” NOZZLE W/ WATER NOZZLE W/ COPPER EFP COPPER JETFORMING CONE 0.875” of 200gr/ft 10. CARDBOARD BOX. produces neat holes and shattering of brittle material.6” WARNING: MWB’s containing more than 200 grains per foot.667 ft lbs 6” 1”.000 ft lbs 4” 1”. Similar to copper EFP but with less ricochet or long range hazard. 79 80 .032 Target 18. Copper Jet-Forming Cone used for piercing narrow holes in steel.

D. Pass both ends of det cord through hole before proceeding with wraps. duct tape or zip ties. Check for Alpha Attempt to centralize source of radiation X-Ray 81 . (202) 324-3006.5 R Inverse Square Law: R2=R1• (D1/D2) ²     R1 =The dose rate at distance d1 R2 =The dose rate at distance d2 D1 =Distance where the initial reading was taken D2 =Distance CLOSER to the weapon where the Dose Rate is needed Stay Time (ST) = Permissible Dose (PD) Dose Rate (DR) 3) Gather as much information as possible. or FBI Washington.  Continue wrapping det cord in next successive groove on either side of centerline making an oblong spiral.043. Zip tie/tape first strand in place.      82 Check for and safe other explosive hazards Determine access route. Respond to incident site Refer to EODB 60A-1-1-1-2 to formulate any continued actions.C.  Place charge former with water bladder in the lid under zip ties with det cord/deta sheet facing up. Deta Sheet: Cover convex side of charge former with Deta Sheet (.  Close case and secure with plastic strap.  Starting at 15th groove apply first strand of det cord leaving a 20 inch pig tail for priming loop. 2) Determine Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) and Stay Times. .  Place water bladder in charge former with cap sticking out through det cord at one end.100 R Save valuable property .5 inches from edge on top centerline and secure. .     Save life . or if radiation is detected during a response complete steps listed below:      Immediately withdraw from area using same route used to enter.3 R Max yearly dose .125 inch)  Measure and cut 36 inches of 50 grain/foot Det cord and put a double overhand knot in one end and a second double overhand knot 7.  Cut non-pigtail end flush with charge former and secure in place. Rock back and forth to remove as air as possible.BOOT BANGER Half Load: Approximately 53 feet of 50grain/foot det cord. removing as much air as possible. Finishing Touches:  Place water bladder on concave side of charge shaper with red cap sticking out one end.25 R Max quarterly dose . IND INCIDENT PROCEDURES 1) If notified of an IND threat.083. Be prepared to assist DOD authorities in whatever means possible. Replace cap.  Remove outside fill cap and fill with water.  Pass Det cord tail through closest grommet.  Put two wraps of det cord per groove. Full Load: Same as Half Load except use 106 feet of 50grain/foot det cord.  Fill bladder with water. All strands should be parallel and in contact with charge former. Contact local FBI Field Office.

Californium 244. drinking. or smoking. inhalation. ingestion.3 year half life. beta. Inhalation exist or alpha above 10. gamma. breaks in skin and ingestion no eating. then Grey Twice IDL  Grey to program   Black to turn off Grey chooses digit. fallout. 100 curie source produces 1470 r/hr. Push Black to shift to next setting Programmed settings appear in the same order as above.C MCU-2P while x-ray if involved in fire.000 CPM.1 MEV x-ray source.7 r/hr per curie at one foot. exist or above 10. possible smoke or airborne particles airborne particles. no eating. PLUTONIUM COMPOUNDS PUO1 & (PUNO3)4. To search with the HRM move at a speed of 2 feet/sec or slower. weak gamma. Americium 242.000 C. Water proof to 66’. B.P. PRECAUTION F.P. drinking. possible smoke or airborne particles airborne particles. 83 84 PRECAUTION MCU-2P. Emits 14. PLUTONIUM 239.00 R 49. Used as a 1. Neptunium 237. ‘On’-Defaults to Total Dose (since reset) Dose Rate Max dose rate 0.00 R/h 000.P. Black chooses number/scale  Hold Grey. drinking or smoking . NOTE: Most below Radiation Sources come as 20 to 100 Curie (Ci) Sources 2. UO2. DEPLETED URANIUM (60-1) HAZARD Heavy metal poisoning. smoking SCBA above 250. 12mr at 100’ or greater is bad. SCBA above 250. low energy F.00 R Max Dose Max Dose Rate Stay Time Max Variation Defaults to Total Dose 5) Black for 3 sec. 238 & URANIUM COMPOUNDS UF.C. CPM. No eating. UC (60-1) HAZARD PRECAUTION Alpha. beta. inhalation.9 R/h 240. ENRICHED URANIUM 233.000 ingestion.C. A. breaks in the skin. if involved in fire. breaks in skin. COBALT 60 HAZARD Strong emitter of energetic gamma.000. 235.00 m R/h 0. Also beta emitter. Unit may be reset as many times as needed. R/h Grey 4) Grey      Cycles though programmed settings 5.IM-269 1) Black 2) Grey 3) RADIOLGICAL INFORMATION A. (20-5/20-7) respiratory protection 60-1 page 13 table 2-2) Plutonium weight_______________(20-7 table 4-1) HAZARD PRECAUTION Alpha. MCU-2P OR SCBA. Once unit is maxed out a flashing 9 on the Gamma display indicates 12mr or greater. 5. MCU-2P while x-ray. The last setting determines which measurements can be displayed. drinking or smoking. low energy F. Common Industrial/Medical Radioactive Materials HRM quick notes       Used to search and locate GAMMA/NUETRON radiation. no eating.m 5. 241. alpha emitter.

E.9 r/hr per curie (Ci). System International (SI) Units One Gray (Gy) = 100 rad One sievert (Sv) = 100 REM One becquerel (Bq) = 2. death in 1-2 days 85 86 .4 r/hr per curie (Ci) at one foot. you get 1/4 the radiation) or use SHIELDING (50% reduction in radiation received by 2. IRIDIUM 192 HAZARD Strong emitter of moderate gamma. RADIUM 226 HAZARD Alpha emitter with weak gamma. Beta Particle MODERATE PENETRATION IN THE SKIN PROTECTION IS THE SAME AS FOR ALPHA 8.25 R Max quarterly dose . Emits 3. drinking or smoking PRECAUTION MCU-2P. C. REDUCE TIME near the PC.3 R Max yearly dose . death in 1-2 weeks -5000 R will usually bring immediate incapacitation. Neutron Radiation Extremely Penetrating IS ONLY PRESENT DURING INITIAL BURST (first minute) 7. also beta emitter. ingestion. also beta emitter. PRECAUTION MCU-2P.7 x 1010 bequerel (Bq) PRECAUTION MCU-2P. Gamma Radiation VERY PENETRATING PPE WILL NOT PROTECT YOU FROM WAVE LIKE RADIATION PROTECTION COMES FROM TIME. drinking or smoking PRECAUTION MCU-2P. 30 year half-life.4” concrete or 1” of steel). SHIELDING To reduce exposure to Gamma Radiation. D. MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE (MPE) Save life . Highly radioactive after inhalation. F. ingestion. no eating. DISTANCE.5 R . Emits 5. 74-Day half-life. drinking or smoking PRECAUTION MCU-2P. no eating. also beta emitter. IODINE 131 HAZARD Strong emitter of moderate gamma. no eating.LD50 (lethal dose 50 %) for human is 450 R untreated/650 R treated -1000 R will usually bring incapacitation 2-4 hours. AMERICIUM 241 HAZARD Alpha emitter with weak gamma. highly radioactive after inhalation. drinking or smoking 4.B. no eating. CESIUM 137 HAZARD Moderate emitter of moderate gamma. no eating.7 10-11 curie (Ci) = one disintegration per second One rad = One centigray (cGy) = 1 x 10-2 (Gy) One rem = One centisievert) (cSv) = 1 x 10-2 sievert (Sv) One curie = 3. drinking or smoking 3.100 R Save valuable property . INCREASE DISTANCE from the PC (at twice the distance. 6. Alpha Contamination NON-PENTRATING MODE OF ENTRY INTO THE BODY IS INHALATION OR ABSORPTION PROTECTION IF COVERED EXTREMITIES AND HFR M 45 / MCU 2P Mask Cover exposed skin SCBA as required for situation encountered Remove contaminated clothing / equipment Move up wind Decontamination is for hazardous materials only 5.

 Plug black lead in A port. 0. the meter should zero. AA cell. Identify type of circuit: Series/Parallel (with equal legs)/Parallel (with unequal legs) . For each wire to be checked. Blasting Cap. put other end in V port. if meter indicates no current then the wire is dead. 6-10 ohms per 1. D cell.5 Amp) j. 1. Place clamp over wire. 0. Place black in COM and red in V. Batteries: size ____ Quantity _____ resistance____ size ____ Quantity _____ resistance____ ___b.000 feet ___4. 0 ohms b.3 ohms g. 1.25 ohms h. 2.5 volts. Circuit Analysis/Commit Times ___1. 9 V Zinc Carbon. 4. Carefully strip a section of wire about 3 inches. cut wire. 6 V Dry cell. Wire or other _____________________ resistance____ ___f. 5. Turn both meter and probe off when not in use. 12 volts. Put current probe up to wire to be read and push REL. Current Probe: 1.  If deflection was observed in both tests the meter is ready for use. turn the REL function off and redo steps 4 thru 7. 7. the wire has current.3mV. 0. Draw circuit and label Volts and Resistance: ___3. 6 volts. Capacitors: Quantity ____ ___c. 3. etc) resistance____ ___e. 9 volts. placing wire in channel on clamp.5 volts. Hidden components _________________ resistance____ ___g. 12 Sealed Lead Acid. Main Charge identified ___________________________ ___2. If meter indicates current then jump wire and cut. Zero current probe by turning dial on probe until meter reads zero. positive or negative. Identify components by visual or x-ray inspection.25 ohms i. 18 Gauge Wire. 9 V Alkaline. ___a. Capacitor. observe meter for deflection. 9 volts. Component Voltage and Resistance norms: a. Turn meter to mV. 9.2 ohms c. Blasting Caps: Quantity ___ resistance____ resistance____ ___d.1 Amp. NOTE: Ensure arrow is in same direction for all tests. Switches (foil. 6. 1 ohm d. relay. put other end in the V port. All Fire . 18 ohms e.  Plug black lead in mA port. In Line Check: Note: Use lead wires that have alligator clips and have jump wire ready for use. 4. 3. No Fire . photo. Place black lead in COM and red lead in mA. 2. Turn current probe on. observe meter for deflection. Turn meter to mA. 2 ohms (M-6 Det temp 300C. Clip black and red leads on striped section of wire with room to cut between leads. 87 88 . 5. If meter reads above .5 volts. 1. C cell. 0.FLUKE/CURRENT PROBE OPERATION Fluke Testing Fuses:  Turn Fluke on by placing switch in the Ohms position. 8. 1 ohm f. 1.

add the voltages together: Vt = V1 + V2 (18 = 9 + 9) Vt___ = V1 ___ + V2___ ___c. a. One inch equals . use the voltage of one leg. Read up to the 5% line. If there is only one power source. V = _____ ___7. Nominally 100 microseconds (.. Compute Current (I or Amps). For Parallel circuit with each leg not equal in resistance: Rt= ____1_____ 1 + 1 + 1 R1 R2 R3 Rt___ = __________1_____________ 1 + 1 + 1 R1 ___ R2 ___ R3 ___ ___6. Compute Distance of shot. (V) ___a. Read across bottom of chart to circuit amps. V x T ___9. For Parallel circuit with each leg equal in resistance: Rt = RL (resistance of one leg)/NL (number of legs) Rt ___ = RL ___ / NL ___ TB_________ = CT __________ . V ___ / R ___ = I ____ Volts V = I x R Amps I = V / R Ohms R = V / I V _____ = D ____ / T ____________ ___11. Measure to nearest inch. Compute circuit Resistance. The distance from the skin of the target to the actual component being shot.010000 T ______ = TB ______ + TM _________ ___9. Membrane Switch 1 to 10 microseconds . Add Switch Motor Time (TM). that is your circuit voltage.000100 for 6V lantern battery) Distance D=VxT Velocity V=D/T Time T=D/V 89 90 . Select Tool ___10. V = ____ ___b.000250 SCR or Photocell 1 microsecond .000100 ___c.__5.083 feet. If there is multiple power sources in series. Compute circuit Voltage.005000 Mouse trap/Rat trap 10 to 20 milliseconds . If there is multiple power sources in parallel. Compute Commit Time from enclosed chart. Subtract Battery Kill Time (TB).000001 Vibratory Switch 250 micro to 2 milliseconds . For Series resistance: Rt (total) = R1 + R2 + R3… Rt____ = R1___ + R2___ + R3___ + R4___ +R5___ ___8. D = __________ __D__ ___10. CT = __________ ___b. (R) ___a.000001 Electromechanical Relay 1 to 5 milliseconds . Compute required tool velocity.001000 M5 Mousetrap 5 to 7 milliseconds . Read left to find your commit time.

000255 5. and I will be with _______.000041 ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ (basic booby traps.5’ . Company Sergeant Major 13.000033 .000250 2’ .000250 . and victim operated devices such as tilt.000250 1’ . Special equipment we will be carrying is the Citadel. firing lead & initiator leg wires Rb = resistance of bridgewire E = I2xRbxTe E = energy in joules I2 = current individual initiator will see.0048 J 2. etc.000073 .62 Rb . Commander Warning: This brief may have to be sanitized for host nation personnel/non read-in personnel (ie.002000 1’ . anti lift.001000 1’ .000028 . We will be responsible for responding to Booby Traps and Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s) that impede the assault.0036 J 1. I am (NAME)________ .002000 .000050 10.001000 .. time it takes from start of burning until breakout at the end of the initiator DIRECT ACTION FORCES BRIEF Briefing Order: 1.000125 Speed 1000 ft/sec 2000 ft/sec 4000 ft/sec 8000 ft/sec 16000 ft/sec 32000 ft/sec 500 ft/sec 1000 ft/sec 2000 ft/sec 4000 ft/sec 8000 ft/sec 16000 ft/sec 250 ft/sec 500 ft/sec 1000 ft/sec 2000 ft/sec 4000 ft/se Military M-6 Cap 5% 50% 95% 5% 1.000051 .000063 1’ . and Intrusion Detection Systems using PIR. The EOD threat assessment for this target is: I = V/(Rc + Rb) I = current that will pass thru the initiator V = volts of power supply Rc = resistance of power source... PJ/Medic 11.. Acoustic.000500 1’ . Assault Force Sergeant 7. circuit wire. Prior to use Phoenix 1 will be notified.5’ .98 Rb . command detonation (hard wire or radio controlled).000163 6. tremblers. WMD is / is not expected to be encountered on this target.001000 2’ . tripwires.000027 .Tf = Te + Tt Tf = function time Te = time it takes to deliver the firing energy & start a burning reaction Tt = transit time. Commander 2. Communications Sergeant 12.001818 ..002667 . Intel 3.000042 .004074 50% 1.000113 7. S/O Team Leader 5.000455 . cell phones or radio controlled airplane components. squared Rb = resistance of bridgewire Te = time it takes to deliver the firing energy & start a burning reaction Distance Time 2’ . It can potentially jam Intra Team radio communications if one of the assaulters is in close proximity (10’) of the device.0066 J 3.5’ . Microwave.000667 .000054 .000063 . I have _________ other EOD Tech (s) _____(NAME)____. collapsing circuits. photocells.000022 .000125 2’ . Magnetic. AIR.000107 . suicide bombers..80 Rb . Capacitance.. CCT 10..000453 4. anti opening. the EOD team Leader.000125 1’ . Good evening.001019 95% 1. Marine Security Element (MSE) 8. Commander 4.002000 2’ ..000296 .5’ .5’ .000167 . code words omitted and some EOD tool sets omitted). a jamming device to defeat radio controlled IED’s incorporating pagers.000500 . who will be located with _____.000037 . Assault Force Leader 6.. classified SECRET.000202 . EOD 9.000500 2’ .000018 . or you are talking to someone on the opposite side of the 91 92 .000074 .000064 9. devices incorporating timers. Hostages with devices Attached and or Suicide Bombers. Glass Break.000083 8.000114 .

then shoot him expecting a high order detonation. If unsuccessful.One man maintain visual on timer (may be a count down timer or a clock showing time of day) until EOD arrives. Ordnance Safety Precautions: Timed Device . If an IED looks the size of up to 40 lbs C-4 (two satchels of C-4). ADM-300 Multi Function Radiac. no delay and charge in. the most common type. Suicide Bomber . Six Pack or In Field Unit. Once EOD arrives. LHT. Stairwells & Breaking Corners or suspect rooms. could it be the assault force. GN2b. preferable from 10’ if possible and at the doorway. the Breach should set it off. Thermal Imager. Show actual time of day or hidden. even if you have used tac lights on your weapons while clearing the room.If outside of Primary Breach Point is protected move to Alternate Breach Point. Ask yourself who is the target. what is the threat assessment. especially at close range. if required. For 10 sticks of dynamite or 4 lbs of C-4 use 15’ and for 20 sticks or 8 lbs use 18’. Banging prior to entering should set off Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors. expecting a high order detonation.If you can safely navigate around.If the IED has 5 sticks of dynamite or 2 lbs of C-4. Pager S. Video Probe. SFAI. bang prior to entering (similar to trenches/stairwells) & give a couple of seconds. Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance (HERO) . Alarm Systems: Unmanned Target/Suicide Manned Target/WMD Target . The second bang is to startle the bad guy. if you can’t. the Combat Control Team Sergeant. Trip Wires . until EOD is on site. GN-4. we need 1/2 assaulters to provide security over watch. We are prepared to deal with the above threats. Timers can be count down timer.Leave two shooters to provide security. Inside 10’ your best bet is to use crisis management verbiage to calm him down and try to get him to (unknowingly) move 10’ from the PC and all assaulters. drop a red chem light. drop a red chem light & go around. Fragmentation/Blast Overpressure and Security . call Landslide. Bio Sampling Kit. If a system is immediately inside the Breach Point. Drager. the PC and all assaulters need to be 10’ or more from the suicide bomber. APD 2000. If a timer is seen and 5 minutes or less is remaining. Subject to your questions. I will be followed by CCT. do so wearing NVG’s. UCP. Provide security from a standoff distance of 10’. Gig is up once the first breach goes. ignore it and charge in. If it sounds an alarm. A delay is desirable to give the system a chance to alarm and function the penalty (claymore). other: ________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ Code word for an IED or booby-trap is BOSCO and for an immediate withdrawal from the target is Landslide. SOF CAD. The threat is the system will fire an improvised Claymore. That concludes my brief. If loss of communications. evacuate everyone else 60 ft and two solid walls back. siren is only a nuisance at that point. If it is necessary to recon the IED. then leave one shooter. MK 7. HRM.device.Avoid using white light (battery powered light of any color) directly on an IED. Ranger. If an IED looks the size of 5 lbs of C-4 (4 sticks). evacuate all others if possible to a distance of 30 ft and two solids walls back. try to gain positive control of his bomb trigger and maintain it until EOD arrives. and then shoot him. Alarm Systems: Manned Target . then bang again and charge in. unless space is confined. When and if required the siren can later be eliminated. as on a ship.Don’t transmit radio’s within the following distances of IED’s: MBTR/MX-300 8 Meters Satcom 18 Meters HF (whip Ant) 153 Meters HF (Dipole) 488 Meters White Light . post one man to avoid other assaulters from tripping the booby trap.Consider using a Surreptitious Entry Technique/EOD up front (soft entry) as any violation of the system may set off the WMD or a very large conventional explosive IED (entrapment type device) that could eliminate the entire assault force. CB Extraction Tool. 93 94 . move farther away from the device and or relay thru stacks. Other special equipment we will be carrying is(as applicable): Mini-MIRA.

-Elevate the casualty’s feet higher than the level of the heart.General first aid Signs and symptoms of shock -Examine the casualty for any of the following signs or symptoms:  Sweaty but cool skin  Pale skin  Restlessness. abrasions. lacerations or incisions. If this is the case. An impaled object is an object in an area that has not been extracted. CAUTION.  Stiff abdominal muscles b) Treatment:  Treat for shock  Give nothing by mouth  Evacuate as soon as possible c. usually from minor wounds. -Calm the casualty. A casualty can actually bleed to death without externally losin a drop of blood. from a broken femur or pelvis. Used only as a last resort to control life threatening bleeding that cannot be controlled by any other means. The Three Types of Bleeding  Arterial bleeding is characterized by the flow of bright red blood (due to oxygen content) that pumps out in distinct spurts.  Direct pressure on the wound. The Three Methods to Control External Bleeding b. Do not be misled into thinking that internal bleeding occurs only in abdominal and chest cavity injuries.  Venous bleeding is characterized by a flow of dark red or marooncolored blood. A casualty can lose one to three pints of blood. internally. it is important to remember not to extract the object and to immobilize the object so that it will not cause further damage. the threat of contamination may be more serious than blood loss. Otherwise. nervousness  Thirst  Loss of blood (caused by internal or external bleeding)  Confusion or loss of awareness  Faster than normal breathing rate  Blotchy or bluish skin (especially around the lips)  Nausea and vomiting -Position the casualty. Do not attempt to replace a dressing once it is held in place even though it may become blood-soaked. -Loosen clothing at the neck.  Capillary bleeding is characterized by the slow oozing of blood. it is much easier to control than arterial bleeding. Rather than replacing the dressing. splint before elevating. NOTE: Some casualties who may be in shock after suffering a heart. a) Symptoms include:  Rapid and weak pulse  Pale. -Prevent chilling or overheating. Apply pressure to the wound using a sterile dressing. waist or wherever it may be binding. 95 Serious bleeding. Severe arterial bleeding could cause a victim to bleed to death in two to three minutes. If this is the case .  Pressure points  Tourniquet. moist and cold skin  Shallow and rapid respiration  Thirst  Dilated pupils  Coughing up dark red blood the color of coffee grounds. 96 . but monitor their condition carefully. chest wound or breathing distress may breathe easier in a sitting position. Use a combination of one or more of the following treatments.Check casualty for leg fracture(s). place another one on top of the soaked dressing and hold them in place. -Lay casualty on his or her back. allow them to sit upright. all open wounds should be treated in accordance with the following principles: a) Control the bleeding b) Prevent contamination c) Immobilize and elevate Internal Bleeding. Mild bleeding may be controlled by both elevating the wound and by the application of direct pressure. Because of the large amount of surface area that may be involved. Although venal bleeding may be profuse. -Move the casualty to cover if situation permits. General Principles of Emergency Care for Open Wounds Open wounds are usually categorized as puncture wounds.

Skin will be flushed and very hot and dry. Moist and clammy. Allow the victim to drink a solution of cool water mixed with one teaspoon of salt per quart. Breathing will be deep and rapid initially then become shallow. If conscious. first aid should begin immediately. may have “goose bumps”. gray skin.HEAT CASUALTIES HEAT CRAMPS Symptoms: Painful cramps and/or spasms in muscles of the abdomen. almost absent. Treatment: Treat for shock. give cool water to drink. Cool victim with wet cloths. HEAT EXHAUSTION: Symptoms: Cold. Reduce body heat by dousing the body with cold water and cold wet towels to entire body. If cramps do not pass or become more severe. Breathing will be rapid and shallow. Give plenty of water treated with one teaspoon of salt per quart of water. and weakness. 97 98 . place cold packs under arms. Transport to medical for further treatment. pulse will be fast and strong. Place victim on back with head and shoulders slightly raised. Treatment: Move victim to cool area and message cramps. weak pulse. lay victim down with feet elevated. dizziness. pupils will be constricted. Evacuate victim to coolest clean area and down-dress as fast as possible. but do not allow them to become chilled. nausea. and at neck and groin. Dilated pupils. Loosen or remove protective clothing. legs. HEAT STROKE: Symptoms: Headache. and arms. as a result of excessive sweating. Evacuate for medical treatment. Treatment: Heat stroke is life threatening. Body temperature may be below normal. other symptoms may follow and the victim should be treated as a “heat Exhaustion” casualty.

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SST IN SECONDS(5X60)=300. NOW DIVIDE 300 BY 39.66.72 6 IS YOUR LENGTH IN INCHES.72 BY 8( TO FIND 1/8 INCHES) = 5.76 AND YOU HAVE 5.66 = 7.BT 3:57 3:58 3:59 4:00 4:01 4:02 4:03 3:57 3:58 3:59 4:00 4:01 4:02 4:03 1:00 1' 6 1/4" 1' 6 1/8" 1' 6 1/8" 1' 6" 1' 5 7/8" 1' 5 7/8" 1' 5 5/8" 9:00 13' 8" 13' 7 3/8" 13' 6 3/4" 13' 6" 13' 5 3/8" 13' 4 3/4" 13' 4" 2:00 3' 1/2" 3' 1/4" 3' 1/8" 3' 2' 11 7/8" 2' 11 5/8" 2' 11 1/2" 10:00 15' 2 1/4" 15' 1 1/2" 15' 5/8" 15' 14' 11 1/4" 14' 10 1/2" 14' 9 5/8" LENGTH NEEDED FOR SST GIVEN 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 4' 6 3/4" 6' 7/8" 7' 7 1/8" 9' 1 3/8" 10' 7 3/4" 12' 1 7/8" 4' 6 1/2" 6' 3/4" 7' 6 5/8" 9' 7/8" 10' 7" 12' 1 1/4" 4' 6 1/4" 6' 1/4" 7' 6 3/8" 9' 1/2" 10' 6 1/2" 12' 3/4" 4' 6" 6' 7' 6" 9' 10' 6" 12' 4' 5 5/8" 5' 11 5/8" 7' 5 3/4" 8' 11 1/2" 10' 5 1/2" 11' 11 3/8" 4' 5 1/2" 5' 11 3/8" 7' 5 1/4" 8' 11 1/8" 10' 5" 11' 10 5/8" 4' 5 3/8" 5' 11 1/8" 7' 4 7/8" 8' 10 3/4" 10' 4 1/2" 11' 10 1/4" 15:00 20:00 M 30:00M SST IN SECONDS 22' 9 3/8" 30' 4 1/2" 45' 6 6/8" :1=60 :2=120 :3=180 22' 8 1/4" 30' 3" 45' 4 1/2" :4=240 :5=300 :6=360 22' 7 1/8" 30' 1 1/2" 45' 2 1/4" :7=420 :8=480 :9=540 22' 6" 30' 45' :10=600 :15=900 :20=1200 22' 4 7/8" 29' 10 1/2" 44' 9 5/8" :30=1800 :40=2400 :50=3000 22' 3 5/8" 29' 9" 45' 7 1/2" :60=3600 22' 2 3/4" 29' 7 1/2" 44' 5 3/8" EXAMPLE CALCULATION FOR A 3:58 BT AND A 5:00 SST BURN RATE IN SECONDS= 238.56 BY 12( TO FIND INCHES) = 6. AS IN 5/8'S ANSWER IS 7' 6 5/8" SST WORK SHEET BT= BR= SST= LENGTH OF FUZE= 105 106 .76 NOW DROP THE . NOW MULTIPLY . NOW MULTIPLY .56. 7 IS YOUR LENGTH IN FEET. NOW DIVIDE 238 BY 6 (FOR 6' TEST BURN) =39.

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