Figure 3-29. Two-man carry.
(2) The bearer at the casualty's right foot (bearer two) switches his litter
handle from his left hand to his right hand, steps between the litter handles, and
grasps the litter handle held by bearer four.
(3) The bearer at the casualty's right shoulder (bearer one) release his
handle and moves to a position in front of the litter.
(4) The bearer at the casualty's left foot (bearer four) release his handle and
moves to a position following the litter.
b. Upon the command "MOVE," the bearers walk forward.
c. If a bearer carrying the litter becomes tired, he can switch with a bearer not
carrying the litter.
d. After moving through the narrow passage, the command "Four-Man Carry,
MOVE" is given to resume the original carry. Upon the preparatory command, the
position changes given in paragraph a above are reversed. Upon the command of
execution, the bearers move forward.