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#101.12 Aircraft Emergencies

Fort Osage G.O.G. Review

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3.Combustible _____ located throughout the aircraft, particularly in the landing gear wheels.
4.Personnel should NOT _____ under any portion of an aircraft until it has been deemed safe.
7._____ and ejection seats on military aircraft.
13.The purpose of this guideline is to provide for ____ and effective Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting.
14._____ aircraft should be cribbed stable as soon as practical.
15.All pieces, bodies, body parts, etc. found at the scene should not be moved unless absolutely _____ to effect Rescue and/or Fire Control.
17.A Command Post should be established with Law Enforcement to assist in scene _____.
18.As soon as practical, a _____ should be established with a single controlled entry point.
20.Compressed or generated gasses such as oxygen and nitrogen located throughout the _____.
22._____ should be used to avoid collision with pieces of the down aircraft and escaping survivors.
25.____ on helicopters are nearly invisible while turning.
26.Jet engine _____ and exhausts should be avoided as well.
27.An _____ approach should be made to the rear (if indicated) of an aircraft to avoid prop-wash/jet-blast.
1.____ lines should be established immediately.
2._____ slides located on the normal exits of commercial passenger aircraft.
5.Blow out _____ in wheels of the landing gear.
6._____ power units located on some larger and most military aircraft.
8.Forcible entry and ventilation are best accomplished thru _____ compartment window with a non sparking tool.
9.Consideration should be given to possible exits on the aircraft for Rescue of _____.
10.The CADD system will _____ the appropriate response to the alarm and M/A call up will be by alarm levels assigned.
11.As soon as practical, the Incident Commander should insure the ___ has been notified.
12.Potentially large quantities of ____ normally located in the wings.
16._____ to a down aircraft should be made uphill and upwind if at all possible to avoid smoke and run off fuel.
18.Rescue of survivors has _____ over any and all other activities.
19.Non-burning aircraft should have the fuel switches turned off (if possible) and the _____ disconnected.
21.Fire _____ or the creation of a rescue path may be necessary to affect rescue.
23.Propellers should be _____ due to high potential for injury.
24.____ will be worn until conditions are deemed safe by the Safety Officer.

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