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good evening everybody this is cadet.Rooter and I will be doing your si for a.9 line medevac request and missed.reports so to get started we'll go over.what a missed report is and what a TC 3.card is why we use them and then we'll.take that information and we'll transfer.that into a 9 line medevac request we'll.go over what exactly those are what they.look like how to fill them out and then.how to call them in over the radio so.start off with we've got the mist report.and the TC 3 card so this example here.you can see is from the Appendix B of.the Ranger handbook we're using the 2017.Edition which is the one that we have.available through the battalion and it's.fairly easy to find so if you wanted to.get yourself a copy of that you would.have all of these quick reference cards.in here so to go through this TC 3 card.this is what it would look like you can.see here it's the DD form 1380 and this.is the front and the back side so it has.some demographic information here and.then pertinent information as to where.the injury happened so we'll go through.the mechanism which is the M of mist and.you can see those are highlighted here.with the bold font so mechanism is.basically just how an injury happened so.in this particular example John Doe had.a gunshot wound that was the mechanism.so then in this next section injury we.have the person here in the model to.represent John Doe and you can see that.he has a cat tourniquet on his right leg.and the location of the gunshot wounds.as noted here.GSW with the X and circled for the.guidelines up here in the injury section.so down here we'll move into signs and.symptoms this is as the medic is keeping.track of him.you can see the different time stamps.there and then just some vital.information as far as impulse blood.pressure respiratory rate responsiveness.and pain so those are things that the.medic will keep track of when you take a.casualty and then we go on to treatment.these are things that the medic has done.already for the person before they are.moved off-site so again we have a.tourniquet on the extremity as was.marked on the injury section here and it.shows what type of tourniquet it was and.then also he has a pressure dressing and.then the airway is intact and then.breathing and circulation those things.are not as specific to this injury so.they were left off there and then he was.given medication so pain relievers are.noted here and you also have the dose.how they're administered and what time.and then other information so he had a.combat pill pack and they were taking.hypothermia prevention measures and then.the first responder here and then the.last four of the responder that way they.know who did what for this casualty so.that's the tc3 card and then what you'll.do is you'll take that information and.that gets put into a mist report and you.can see here as we're moving into 9 line.medevac requests this again is from.Appendix B of the Ranger handbook and it.is b5 this is a NATO 9 line medevac.request form with a mist report so the 9.line medevac request is again it's a.NATO standard so that way US forces and.their allies can have a common means of.transmitting this information make it.faster more fluid more efficient that.way you can potentially save more lives.with it so then on the right here this.in particular is a close-up of a.laminated shell that I have it's.slightly out of date.because there are some changes in the.brevity codes which I'll go over but.this goes over line by line what each.line of the nine line is so you can see.we have location radio information.number of patients equipment patients my.type so you'll give the patient's by.precedence which basically just says.what kind of priority they are and then.by type we'll go into that when we go.over brevity codes security at the.pickup site method of marking patient.nationality and status and then NBC.contamination so a few important things.to note here line 6 and line 9 those are.different as you can see for peacetime.and wartime so for this a particular.example will have a wartime situation.which we'll see later and we'll go.through how to fill that out for a.wartime otherwise during peacetime you.can see here specific information about.the wounds by type so that's more of.your missed information and that's where.this Mis report here on this form comes.into play and then also with line 9 you.have a terrain description so if you are.transmitting a 9 line potentially in a.domestic situation whether it's a.national natural disaster or something.else and you're not in combat then that.would be the format that you would use.so we're going to brevity codes here.these are specific to certain lines so.with line 3 remember this was the.patient's by precedence so we have alpha.Bravo Charlie Delta and echo these are.all transmitted in the phonetic alphabet.just so that everything is a lot clearer.over the radio you have urgent urgent.surgical priority routine and.convenience so this can change depending.on what your tc3 guidelines are when.they taught it at basic camp for 2019.they had combined urgent an urgent.surgical and then routine inconvenience.and that's just because routine.inconvenience are like you know less.severe injuries they're not really 100%.taking somebody out of the fight but.they should probably have medical.attention but there's not a big.distinction between these two so they.combined those and then as far as urgent.and urgent surgical goes if they're.classified as urgent they're probably.going to need surgical care at some.point anyways so that's why they had.combined urgent and surgical for us so.we'll just go based on that assumption.for the example that we see later.so line four against special equipment.this would be different depending on the.situation that you're in so alpha is.none that's going to be most of the time.Bravo would be hoist so if you're.depending on your terrain if you're in a.relatively unreachable position where.they can't get you out very well then.they would use a hoist to make that a.little bit easier likewise with the.extraction equipment if you are in a.vehicle for example they would need.something to get you out of that vehicle.so like jaws of life is a common thing.that we would see at least on the.civilian side but that's kind of the.idea behind that and then a ventilator.if you need that for your airway so then.line five.this was the patient's by type so we've.already gone over patients by precedence.over here my type we have litter and.ambulatory so litter basically means.that you can't move on your own you need.assistance and ambulatory could be that.you're a little more functional you're.you need less assistance moving around.so maybe it's an upper extremity injury.and you can still walk you can get.yourself out of the situation by.yourself so then that takes a little bit.less involvement from other people so we.have line six this is your security in.the pickup site remember for wartime so.as far as peacetime again this is gonna.be your missed information what the.injury is more specific details about.that so as far as the enemy goes we have.none possible enemies in the area and.then enemies in the area and you need an.armed escort so this one the distinction.between these two this would be more of.a approach with caution whereas this one.is that you need the area secured and.you don't have the capability to do it.on your own so you need the armed escort.to protect the casualties.so then we'll move on to line 7 and we.have the different types of marking here.so key note about line 7 you will.transmit the brevity code to specify.what your marking is but so you have.different colored panels or pyro or.smoke you're not actually going to.transmit the color of that and that is.in case somebody is listening on the.radio and they can intercept that and.potentially attack your pickup site and.you don't want to have that happen so.what you'll do is you'll transmit the.brevity code and then the pickup crew is.going to confirm the color with you so.they will get in contact over the radio.and say this is what I see so we'll just.say for this instance well you smoke so.the vehicle crew would say that they see.green smoke and that is the color that.you had put out for your marking so.you'll confirm that and then they'll.know that that's the pickup site however.if they say we see green smoke but your.smoke is yellow then you know that.that's not the pickup site and then you.need to figure out another way to.redirect them so in line a is patient.status and nationality you can see here.we have distinctions between military.and citizen as well as US and non-us and.then EPW because there are international.laws regarding the treatment of.prisoners of war and so that when they.need medical care you would still.include them.and a 9 line medevac request that way.you keep yourself out of hot water and.make sure that you're being ethical in.how you conduct warfare so in line 9 for.wartime we have your Sivir and threat.and that's pretty self-explanatory use.the acronym to specify what the threat.is and if there is none for your.situation then you would tend to leave.that off of the request so this is the.scenario that we've come up with for.writing out the 9 line medevac request.and again we're using John Doe different.John Doe this time private first class.doe received a gunshot wound to the arm.into the upper leg he cannot walk but.they're in a wooded area with a small.clearing nearby and they have high.visibility panels smoking aids and.flares they have broken contact but they.might still be in the area and there is.no known C burn threat so in order to.create the 9 line medevac request off of.this situation we'll go through it line.by line in the following slides here so.this is our location this is actually.from an old map that I had of the land.nav course from basic camp at Fort Knox.so our location is this one here marked.by the red arrow that's where our grid.coordinates will come from so writing an.online medevac request I have it broken.out here line by line and this is hand.written so you don't have to have a.particular format for it or a.pre-printed form as long as you know the.information but again those do tend to.help because it's a lot to memorize and.just go off the top of your head.especially when you need to do this.quickly so we have line 1 is our.location so we have the grid coordinates.here these are the real grid coordinates.of that particular point so we have Echo.Gulf 8 9 2 6.nine one five four so depending on how.strict you are when you're being.assessed with this they might have you.use the number specifically so nine.would be nine or four is more like fower.and then five is five so it just makes.it a little more abrupt a little more.clear that way that you can get these.transmitted clearly and quickly so we'll.move on from that and we'll do that as.close to realistically as possible for.this situation so line two is your radio.frequency and your callsign.so cyclones one six that is the platoon.leader when you're calling up to a.company level communications three five.zero zero zero is the frequency most.frequencies are going to be five digits.and that's how you load it into the sink.our radio which when we are at Ft X's.typically what we'll have we'll have an.RTO for each platoon leader and then.they'll use that so the RTO has to be.able to input these but this is the.frequency of the radio at the pickup.site so whoever has the radio they're.the RTO this is the frequency that they.can be reached on this is the platoon.leaders callsign so and this is the.suffix that specifies that it's the.platoon leader so then moving on from.there we have line three which was our.patients by precedence so we have alpha.one.so we have one urgent patient for that.line and then line four we have alpha he.doesn't need any special equipment.he just needs medical attention so.moving on to line five.we have Lima one because he can't walk.so he's a litter patient and then line.six we had said that they'd broken.contact but they can still be in the.area so they're possibly in the area so.we have line six is Papa and then we.have a break here and that's because.this stuff above the line is the.information that they would need to get.a an evac vehicle out quickly the rest.of it can be transmitted in RO so that's.why you want to get these out as fast as.you can so you'll get these done once.they have those then you'll say break.and then you'll move into line seven so.for line seven we have alpha meaning.that we're using panels for this.situation because we're in a wooded area.with a clearing we don't want to use.pyro or smoke because the woods can.obscure that but if we go to the.clearing smoke could be a little more.viable but we still don't want the pyro.just because of the environmental.factors and then we go on further down.to line eight we have alpha 1 so it is.one US military casualty so again that.is the brevity code for u.s. military.and then you have the number so you.always give the brevity code first and.then the number following that if you.have more than one category then you.would give one of them so say we had.alpha 1 but then we also had somebody.who was a little bit less priority and.we'll just say that was a routine for.that example we would use Delta or.Charlie depending on if you're using the.condensed version or not and then the.number as well.so you would give this category alpha.one break Charlie one.so that just lets them know how many.there are and then what priority they.need because if they have the priority.then they know how fast they have to get.things up and running and it makes it.that easy that much easier to get out.there so we'll go further onto line 9 in.this situation we didn't have a see burn.threat so when we read this off over the.radio we will leave this particular line.out and that way they know that there is.no sea burn threat and we have that.noted down here so the completed 9 line.medevac request form is this as we saw.on the last slide so when you go to read.these out typically what's going to.happen is you're going to get on the.radio and you're going to call to hire.and the general format for that is you.this is me so in this case we'll use.alpha 6 if we are say we're trying to.call the company first sergeant so for.our example with our call sign we're.cyclone 1 6 so it would be alpha 6 this.is cyclone 1 6 9 line medevac to follow.so that lets you know that you're trying.to reach them and you have a nine line.to give out so then they'll get on and.they'll say go ahead and then you'll.read this off so to read it off you.would say line 1 echo Gulf 8 9 or 2 6 9.or 1 5 4 line 2 3 5 0 0 0 cyclone 1 6.line 3 alpha 1 line 4 alpha line 5 Lima.1 line 6.pappa break and then you'll have a.slight pause here and go to line 7 alpha.line 8 alpha 1 so that would finish your.9 line report they'll ask you if they.need to to repeat any lines and then you.will sign off the radio and your medevac.would be inbound so that wraps up how to.do the 9 line how to fill it out how to.write it so some recommendations and.resources for this get a laminated shell.and keep that with you and your flick or.in your PC and that just something that.you can have on hand as an aid for.memory in case you have to do it really.quickly and you can't quite remember.everything off the top of your head this.particular write in the rain notebook.has all the references in the back.there are other useful ones like range.cards and tlps things like that so.that's a good one to have plus you can.note everything down on its pages and.you don't have to specifically go off of.the show you just write it out quick.it's good to have for that.right in the rain reference cards same.kind of thing that's going to be in the.back of this one it just is those.references so if you have those and keep.them on your person then you always have.that or you can get specific 9 line.cards so that you have just that and.then you can use those to fill that out.as you're going through your lanes and.then of course the Ranger Handbook and.we used everything from Appendix B that.has other quick references in it as well.so that will conclude the SI brief for.mist reports and 9 line medevac requests.if you have any questions about that you.can take that up with your squad leaders.ask them for a little more information.you can come to me myself directly and.I'd be more than happy to help with that.so hopefully this gave you guys a good.overview and we will wrap it up here.

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