Equipped with advanced armor protection, these combat ambulances were built to reliably transport causalities from the battlefield to medical aid stations. Capable of transporting up to four litter patients, eight ambulatory patients—or a combination of both—as well as medical personnel, equipment and a driver, the MA3 is dependable in the face of danger. The ambulance can be heated, ventilated or air conditioned, depending on environmental conditions. For operation in a nuclear, biological or chemical NBC environment, the MA3 can be equipped with a Gas-Particulate Filter Unit GPFU with heaters capable of supporting up to seven personnel equipped with either M25 series protective masks or M13 series patient-protective masks. The GPFU sends temperature-controlled, filtered air to individual face masks, increasing protection, making breathing easier and reducing stress and heat fatigue during extended periods of NBC operation.
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Tygokus Realize after pulling out the dipstick that you do not have anything to wipe the fluid off with in pms to take a proper reading. Repeat the above, except this time you will find the vehicle. You probably will not have to drive unless told to do it any way. Make sure to kick the tires as you walk around. The interior of the Humvee should now be warm. Do your best to act busy and, if asked, tell him you are just about to turn hjmwv the paper work.
Walk around the perimeter of the vehicle inspecting it for any blatantly obvious deficiencies. Inspect the vehicles nearby and discover that they also do not match. If you do not like this person, tell the NCO where this person is. He will exchange your DD Form with one assigned the new vehicle. This will give the impression that you have inspected the undercarriage. You will not find the vehicle. Climb inside with your friends who are already waiting. The final step in conducting a proper PMCS is to approach the side of the vehicle and, using your foot, create a furrow in the dirt roughly the size of your body and leading under the vehicle.
Your review has been posted. Before beginning again, decide that the situation is ridiculous and simply wait the appropriate amount of time to give the impression that you had in fact looked again.
Avoid writing in the time at the moment to give the flexibility of turning in the completed form at any time. Pmsc they will volunteer to help you check the lights and turn signals. Flag down someone to help you. Do not attempt to point out his error in logic as you will fail. Scatter like the four winds.
Go back inside to discover there are no other instructions until lunch time. One of the fluids should be checked only after the engine has had time to heat up. After finishing your cigarette and your discourse, return to the Motors Section building to find the Motors Sergeant smoking next to containers of diesel fuel. Realize that the Motors Section has updated the bumper numbers in their computers, but have no yet physically painted the new numbers on the bumpers. If you are demonstrating a proper PMCS to a new soldier, be sure to have him return to the Motors Section at this point and request the following: When you find it locked, knock sharply three times.
They are useful for conversation as well providing you with a pen, which you are required to have on your person at all times but do not because just cuz.
Community General Fiction Poetry. With DD Form in hand, realize that you do not know the time you started your inspection and more importantly how long a proper PMCS is meant to take.
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Listen for unusual noise at idle, b. Engine knocks, rattles, at operating speed, and under or smokes excessively. Be alert for excessive vibration and the smell of oil, fuel, c. Check for transmission response to c. Transmission shifts shifting and for smoothness of improperly, does not shift, operation in all gear ranges. Be alert or makes excessive noises.
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