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Skill Level 1

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» 081-831-1033 (SL1) - Perform First Aid for an Open Head Wound
Standards: Applied a dressing to the wound following the correct sequence without causing further injury to the casualty. The casualty was properly positioned and the dressing was secured without applying unnecessary pressure.

» 081-831-1034 (SL1) - Perform First Aid for a Suspected Fracture
Standards: Splinted the suspected broken arm or leg so the arm or leg did not move and circulation was not impaired.

» 081-831-1042 (SL1) - Perform Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation
Standards: Gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation correctly, in the correct sequence. Continued mouth-to-mouth resuscitation at the rate of about 10 to 12 breaths per minute until the casualty started to breathe on his own, the soldier was relieved by a qualified person, or the soldier was too tired to go on.

» 081-831-1044 (SL1) - Perform First Aid for Nerve Agent Injury
Standards: Administered correctly the antidote to self, or administered three sets of MARK l nerve agent antidote autoinjectors or three ATNAAs followed by the CANA to a buddy following the correct sequence.

» 081-831-1045 (SL1) - Perform First Aid for Cold Injuries
Standards: Identified the type of cold injury and gave the correct first aid.

» 081-831-1046 (SL1) - Transport a Casualty
Standards: Transported the casualty using an appropriate carry without dropping or causing further injury to the casualty.

» 081-831-1053 (SL1) - Practice Individual Preventive Medicine Countermeasures
Standards: Applied preventive medicine countermeasures to protect, as appropriate, against cold, heat, biting insects, diarrhea and dysentery, hearing loss, skin infections, sexually transmitted diseases (STD), acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and foot problems. Practiced oral hygiene, proper disposal of waste, and Army tobacco use rules.

» 093-401-5040 (SL1) - React to Unexploded Ordnance Hazards
Standards: Identified UXO by type and subgroup; recognized associated hazards; took immediate action to prevent death, injury, or damage to materiel; reported the UXO hazard using the UXO Spot Report format.

» 101-515-1997 (SL1) - Inter Isolated Remains (After Receiving Authorization)
Standards: After receiving authorization from the organizational commander, remains were interred according to JP 4-06.

» 101-515-1998 (SL1) - Evacuate Isolated Remains
Standards: After a battle, remains have been recovered and tagged; requested evacuation of remains, and evacuated the remains by the best possible transportation according to JP 4-06.

» 101-515-1999 (SL1) - Recover Isolated Remains
Standards: Remains were recovered according to JP 4-06.

» 113-571-1022 (SL1) - Perform Voice Communications
Standards: Entered a radio net, sent a message, and left a radio net using the proper call signs, call sign sequence, prowords, and phonetic alphabet and numerals with 100 percent accuracy.

» 113-600-2001 (SL1) - Communicate Via a Tactical Telephone
Standards: Communicated the message within 10 minutes with no errors.

» 113-637-2001 (SL1) - Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a Secure Net
Standards: Established voice communications with the distant tactical radio/network within three minutes.

» 181-101-1013 (SL1) - Comply With the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
Standards: The soldier identified, understood, and complied with the provisions of the U.S. Army's military justice system, including UCMJ. He understood the potential ramifications for violating the UCMJ, the commander's disciplinary options, and his legal rights in these proceedings.

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