b. Both bearers position themselves on the same side of the casualty (opposite
side from litter) and kneel on one knee (figure 3-20 A).
c. The bearer nearest the casualty's head slips his arms under the casualty's
back and waist.
d. The other bearer slips his hands under the casualty's hips and knees.
e. Upon command from the leader, both bearers lift the casualty to knee level
in unison (figure 3-20 B).
f. The bearers move the casualty over the litter or have another soldier push
the litter under the casualty.
g. Upon command from the leader, both bearers lower the casualty onto the
litter in unison.
Figure 3-20. Lifting a casualty using the modified two-man arms carry.