MEDEVAC SHIFT - UH-60L MOD [COOP 1-2] v1.02

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MEDEVAC SHIFT - UH-60L MOD [COOP 1-2] v1.02

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Date - 03/12/2022 01:28:39
It's time for your shift as a MEDEVAC pilot for the US Army 412th Medical Group. Up to two UH-60L Blackhawks can be up at a time to accomplish the MEDEVAC requests (9 Liners). You will be escorted by two AH-64 Apache aircraft.

For a total of 10 fully voiced missions given in a random order,  this mission touches on the realism of a MEDEVAC pilots receiving the 9 Liner requests from the TOC, and urgently locating and transporting the casualty to a medical center. Sometimes the enemy will be present on location, your escorts will assist but you need to choose the correct avenues of approach.

**Changelog
1.02 -  Corrected 9Liner MGRS grids on Msn1 and Msn 4. Added Security Force patrol on Base.
1.01 - Added sharper MEDEVAC photo to brief. Accidently uploaded wrong miz prior, my apologies for those who downloaded the incomplete version.
1.00 - Initial release.

**This mission requires the UH-60L Mod (https://github.com/Kinkkujuustovoileipa/uh-60l)**
** Syria map required
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--SITUATION:
United States Army 412th Medical Group has deployed to FOB TAFTANAZ to support the stability operations in Syria. The on-going operations carried out by TASK FORCE ARCHER, a brigade level TF,  will require 24/7 MEDEVAC support throughout.

--MISSION:
UZI FLIGHT will provide MEDEVAC support to TF-ARCHER in order to ensure success of stability operations in the AOR.

--EXECUTION:
UZI FLIGHT
TASK: MEDEVAC - 2X UH-60L

COLT FLIGHT
TASK: ESCORT - 2X AH-64D

--SERVICE & SUPPORT:
MEDICAL CENTER at FOB TAFTANAZ will support all MEDEVAC operations throughout. COP BLACKBURN will support refueling to UZI Flight, if required.

MEDICAL CENTER - 37S CV 0039 8331
COP BLACKBURN - 37S BV 9170 5434

--COMMAND & SIGNALS:

COMMAND NET: 127.50MHz
FLIGHT NET: 49.90MHz

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IMPORTANT MEDEVAC TASK DETAILS
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1. Pilots must know how to enter MGRS grids into the NAV system.

2. Pilots must remain in the Area of Operations (AO). Leaving the AO airspace will result in End of Mission.

3. Pilots must have a thorough understanding of the 9-LINER/MIST reports and returns. See Briefing for Template.

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9LINER & MIST BREAKDOWN:

Line 1: Frequency and call-sign at pickup site- this is the frequency and callsign that you will be talking to the incoming MEDEVAC aircraft on. In most cases, this is a predetermined, non-encrypted channel that is set-aside for MEDEVAC.

Line 2: Location of pickup site- this is given in an MGRS 6-8 digit grid.

Line 3: Number of patients by precedence- A- Urgent (surgical)- i.e. requires the in-flight surgeon to perform surgery while en route to the hospital. B- Urgent (non-surgical)- the i.e. patient has an arterial bleed that can be stabilized until arriving at the hospital. C- Priority- i.e. injuries that are not immediately life-threatening but could become fatal eventually. D- Routine- i.e. patient requires regular medical care, but the unit cannot transport them by their means. E- Convenience- i.e. nonlife-threatening care provided to personnel in a combat zone.

Line 4: Special Equipment required- A- None B- Hoist C- Extraction Equipment- i.e. jungle penetrator D- Ventilation

Line 5: Number of Patients by type: A- Litter- cannot walk on their own B- Ambulatory- able to self-move to MEDEVAC platform

Line 6: Security of Pickup area- N- No enemy troops in area P- Possible enemy troops in area (approach with caution) E- Enemy troops in area (approach with caution) X-Enemy troops in area (armed escort required)

Line 7: Method of Marking at pickup site (important: always ensure marking equipment is available to the marking personnel. If you are going to throw purple smoke, ensure you have purple smoke on hand) A- Panels- i.e. VF-17 panel B- Pyrotechnical equipment- i.e. pen flare, red star cluster C- Smoke Signal- (provide smoke color) D- None E- Other- i.e. IR flash or beacon

Line 8: Patient Nationality and Status A- US Military B- US Civilian C- Non-US Military D- Non-US Citizen E- EPW

Line 9: NBC Contamination A- Nuclear B- Biological C- Chemical . During peacetime provide terrain or obstacles at pickup site.

The M.I.S.T. Report has recently been incorporated into the 9Line. MEDEVAC format and traditionally comes after the 9Line Format.

The M.I.S.T. Report stands for:

M – Mechanism of injury (mine, GSW, RPG, RTA, etc. given)

I – Type of Injury (found and or suspected)

S – Signs (pulse rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate)

T – Treatment is given (morphine, tourniquet, etc.)
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