2-21. TWO-HAND SEAT CARRY
The two-hand seat carry (figure 2-20) is used to move a casualty a short
distance. The carry is performed in the following manner.
a. The bearers position the casualty on his back (paragraph 2-4).
b. The bearers position themselves on opposite sides of the casualty's hips
(facing each other) and kneel.
c. Each bearer passes one arm under the casualty's back and the other arm
under the casualty's thigh.
d. The bearers grasp each other's wrists securely.
e. Upon command from the leader, both bearers (still facing each other) rise in
unison, lifting the casualty.
f. Upon command from the leader, both bearers move forward.
Figure 2-20. Two-hand seat carry.