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#101.12 Aircraft Emergencies

Fort Osage G.O.G. Review

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1.Consideration should be given to possible exits on the aircraft for Rescue of _____.
3.Rescue of survivors has _____ over any and all other activities
4._____ to a down aircraft should be made uphill and upwind if at all possible to avoid smoke and run off fuel.
6.Forcible entry and ventilation are best accomplished thru passenger compartment window with a non sparking ____
8.An _____ approach should be made to the rear (if indicated) of an aircraft to avoid prop-wash/jet-blast
9.____ lines should be established immediately
10.Non-burning aircraft should have the fuel switches turned off (if possible) and the _____ disconnected
11.Escape _____ located on the normal exits of commercial passenger aircraft
13.Potentially large quantities of ____ normally located in the wings
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2.Caution should be used to avoid collision with pieces of the down aircraft and escaping _____
4.Jet engine intakes and exhausts should be _____ as well.
5.A _____ Post should be established with Law Enforcement to assist in scene security
7.Personnel should NOT _____ under any portion of an aircraft until it has been deemed safe
12.SCBA's will be worn until conditions are deemed ____ by the Safety Officer.
13.As soon as practical, the Incident Commander should insure the ___ has been notified.

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