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Checked an Mseries rifle with the selector lever in the “SEMI” position; verified the hammer fell. Tie the knot on the uninjured side.

A faint “give” will be felt as the needle enters the lumen of the vein.

AMEDDC&S Pam 350-10 Training Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) Test

A spot report does not have a prescribed format, but use of the S-A-L-U-T-E format will ensure reporting of essential information. Pull the trigger, holding it to the rear the hammer should fall.

Use the figures in the block to show the location of the injury or injuries. Selected an individual movement route that provided cover or concealment. Monitor the casualty every minutes. Check the appropriate box es to describe the casualty’s injury or injuries. Remove the protective cover from the needle adapter on the tubing.

The EFMB test requires a large commitment of equipment and personnel; therefore, every effort should be made to conserve resources and allow maximum participation of qualified personnel. Ensure that the facepiece collapses against your face and remains so while you hold your breath indicates that the mask is airtight.


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Unzip the zipper on the hood except quick-doff hood. Tie a nonslip knot directly over the wound. Apply a pressure dressing if the wound continues to bleed. Inconsistencies in, or improper unit training prior to the test period are not grounds for rebuttal. Camouflage your exposed skin and change the outline and pattern of your clothing, equipment, and weapon within 15 minutes to prevent detection.

There is no required sequence for assembly. Immobilize a Suspected Fracture of the Arm. Position a fractured arm by having the casualty support it with the uninjured arm and hand in the least painful position, if possible.

If no response, repeat the statement. Raise your body in one movement by straightening your arms. The test board chairperson is responsible for securing WT materials.

Loaded litters onto litter pans. Special equipment required line 4. Write in the time and date of the casualty’s arrival. GO Assessed the casualty’s pupil size. You and three noncandidate soldiers will form a litter squad, with you serving as the number 1 person to load the casualties.


You are wearing your protective mask and MOPP gear or remaining MOPP gear is available and are experiencing mild signs and symptoms of nerve agent poisoning. If necessary, the TCO may halt standardization or testing until the deviation is resolved. Abbreviations and special terms used in this publication are explained in Appendix B. Remove the buffer and action spring separating the buffer from the spring. Store the mask with hood inside the carrier with the eye lenses up and facing away from the body.


Advance the needle or the catheter. Engage receiver pivot pin. Every effort will be made to preserve test integrity and continuity. Apply the constricting band.

Candidate— 1 Loosens Buddy’s drawcord except quick-doff hood. These time standards are for test administering purposes only.


Candidate pulls Buddy’s hood over his or her head until most of the back of his or her head is exposed, but the hood should not be completely over Buddy’s face. Removing the Recoil Spring and Spring Guide.

Look into the chamber to ensure that it is empty.