SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 7
Whenever feasible. (para 7-2b, 7-14).
a. Adverse weather.
b. Enemy action.
d. Darkness. (para 7-5c)
Army. (para 7-6)
a. Medical air ambulance company. (para 7-9)
d. Team RA, helicopter ambulance. (para 7-12)
NOTE: Nonmedical aviation units may carry patients, but not as a primary
mission. (para 7-6b, 7-8)
a. Air crash rescue.
d. Emergency movement of medical personnel.
Medical brigade headquarters. (para 1-9b)
100 meters; marked. (para 7-14)
: 6-digit coordinates
on a map with
a universal transverse Mercator grid
locate a point within 100 meters.
a. Military Airlift Command. (para 7-17a)
NOTE: Although the evacuation task described is within the tactical
aeromedical evacuation system, it is accomplished by MAC. Military airlift
command is responsible for all cargo and passenger airlift.
strategic. (para 7-17b)
a. Classification of patients. (para 7-18)
b. Assignment of movement precedence. (para 7-20)
PRIORITY. (para 7-15, 7-20)
Mobile aeromedical staging facility (MASF). (para 7-21c)
At the combat support or evacuation hospital. (para 7-23b)
Identification of patients to be evacuated. (para 7-23b(1))