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advances alignment ambulance apply assistance bandage bearers blanket body bring canvas carry CHANGE chest close clothing column of files COLUMN OF FOURS command march cross detachment direction distance double dress drill executed face fastened feet file closers flank folded follows foot forward front given grasp ground half halt hand handles head hold inches injured inspection keep knees leading left hand legs lift litter load loaded litter loops lower manner move movement necessary noncommissioned officer numbers oblique obstacle officer commanding opposite paces packed pass patient pins pitch pivot poles position possible Prepare proceeds quick raise rank rear regulation remove respective rest resume rifles right or left rise roll ropes saddle seat secured senior short step shoulder side sling squad stand step stoop strap take posts tent travois turn unload upper wheels wounded
Страница 7 - The length of the full step in quick time is 30 inches, measured from heel to heel, and the cadence is at the rate of 120 steps per minute. The length of the full step in double time is 36 inches; the cadence is at the rate of 180 steps per minute. The instructor, when necessary, indicates the cadence of the step by calling one, two, three, four, or left, right, the instant the left and right foot, respectively, should be planted.
Страница 74 - These poles are laid parallel to each other, large ends to the front, and 2J feet apart; the small ends about 3 feet apart, and one of them projecting about 8 or 10 inches beyond the other. The poles are connected by a crossbar about 6 feet from the front ends and another about 6 feet back of the first, each notched at its ends and securely lashed at the notches to the poles. Between the crosspieces the litter bed, 6 feet long, is filled in with canvas, blanket, etc., securely fastened to the poles...
Страница 50 - In case of fracture of the lower extremities, he is carried uphill feet foremost and downhill head foremost to prevent the weight of the body from pressing down on the injured part.
Страница 23 - Carry the right foot 6 inches straight to the rear, left knee slightly bent ; clasp the hands, without constraint, in front of the center of the body, fingers joined, left hand uppermost, left thumb clasped by the thumb and forefinger of the right hand ; preserve silence and steadiness of position.
Страница 64 - At lift, the patient is first lifted erect as described in previous paragraph, when the bearer with his left hand seizes the right wrist of the patient and draws the arm over his head and down upon his left shoulder, then shifting himself in front, stoops and clasps the right thigh with his right arm passed between the legs, his right hand seizing the patient's right wrist; lastly the bearer with his left hand grasps the patient's left and steadies it against his side, when he rises.
Страница 70 - The patient once mounted should be made as safe and comfortable as possible. A comrade may be mounted behind him and guide the horse; otherwise a lean-back may be provided, made of a blanket roll, a pillow, or a bag filled with leaves or grass. If the patient be very weak, the lean-back may be made of a sapling, bent into an arch over the cantle of the saddle, its ends securely fastened, or...
Страница 8 - At the command march, given as the right foot strikes the ground, advance and plant the left foot, then face to the right in marching and step off in the new direction with the right foot.
Страница 10 - In a direction' 45* to the right of his original front. He preserves his relative position, keeping his shoulders parallel to those of the guide...
Страница 66 - At the first command, the rear bearer having raised the patient to a sitting posture, clasps him from behind around the body under the arms, while the front bearer, standing between the legs, passes his hands from the outside under the flexed knees. At LIFT, both rise together.
Страница 48 - ... object placed under the knees to keep them bent. In an injury of the upper extremity calling for litter transportation, the best position is on the back with the injured arm laid over the body or suitably placed by its side, or on the uninjured side with the wounded arm laid over the body. In injuries of the lower extremity the patient should be on his back, or inclining toward the wounded side; in case of fracture of either lower extremity, if a splint cannot be applied, it is always well to...