EAWS COMMON CORE PDF

The first step in qualifying for the EAWS program is to get command approval. After you have been approved for the Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist program, you will be given the common core and Navy ship, unit or aircraft specific PQS books. The links on this page provide common core and some unit specific study guides needed for your studies. The next step is to get signatures for both common core and aircraft specific specialties.

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Due to damaged nerve endings, severe pain may be absent. Treatment: Move victim to cool air conditioned area, loosen clothing, apply cool wet cloth to head, groin, and ankles. Fan victim but do not allow to become too cooled. Give 1 tsp salt to 1 liter of cool water and transport to MTF.

Apply wet, cold towels to the body and relocate to coolest place possible. Lay on back, shoulders slightly elevated, maintain airway. Cold packs around shoulders and neck and groin area. Open compound fracture is an open wound with break in the skin and possible protruding bone thru the skin. Turn off any electricity; use dry broom handle, branch, pole, aor, board, dry rope, clothing, or other non-conducting object to remove wires.

Indications: Inability to talk, grasping and pointing at throat, exxagerated breathing efforts, skin turning blue.

Caused by: General cooling of entire body caused by exposure to low or rapidly falling temps, cold moisture, snow or ice. Symptoms: Pale appearance, maybe unconscious or mistakable for being dead. Treatment: Wrap in warm blankets and place in warm room location.

NO hot drinks or stimulants until consciousness is regained. Superficial: Ice crystals forming in upper skin layers after exposure to temps at 32 degrees or lower.

Treatment: Get victim indoors, re-warm with warm water or hot water bottles. Also, place warm water bottles under armpits, against abdomin, or between legs.

DONT rub frostbite area. Shared Flashcard Set. Description Study Guide. Total Cards Subject Aviation. Level Professional. Create your own flash cards! Sign up here.

Supporting users have an ad free experience! Flashcard Library Browse Search Browse. Create Account. Additional Aviation Flashcards. Term Three objectives of first aid? Definition 1. Save life, 2. Prevent further injury, 3.

Prevent infection. Term State the methods of controlling bleeding. Direct pressure 2. Elevation 3. Pressure points 4. Tourniquet as a last resort. Term Identify an example of a pressure point. Definition A pressure point is a place where a main artery to the injured part lies near the skin surface and over a bone. Apply pressure with the heal of the hand. Term Describe the symptoms of shock. Definition Vacan lackluster eyes; shallow irregular breathing; cold, pale skin; nausea; weak or absent pulse; fainting.

Term Describe threatment for shock. Definition Lay victim down with feet elevation inches and cover to maintain body heat. Reassure and calm a concious victim. Term Describe the three classifications of burns. Definition 1st degree: Mildest. Produces redness, increased warmth, tenderness, and mild pain. Term Symptoms and treatment for heat exhaustion:. Definition Symptoms: Skin is cool, moist, and clammy.

Dilated pupils and normal to sub normal body temp. Term Symptoms and treatment of heat stroke:. Term Difference between and open and closed fracture. Definition Closed simple fracture is internal without break in the skin. Term Electric shock: Personnel rescue. Term Electric shock. Definition Administer artificial ventilation immediately if needed.

Check the pulse. If no pulse, start CPR. Get the victim to a mtf immediately. Term Clearing an obstructed airway. Definition Indications: Inability to talk, grasping and pointing at throat, exxagerated breathing efforts, skin turning blue. Treatment: heimlich maneuver or reclining abdominal thrust. Term Name three cold weather injuries:.

Definition Hypothermia Superficial frostbite Deep frostbite. Term Hypothermia. Definition Caused by: General cooling of entire body caused by exposure to low or rapidly falling temps, cold moisture, snow or ice. Term Frostbite.

Definition Superficial: Ice crystals forming in upper skin layers after exposure to temps at 32 degrees or lower. Deep: Ice crystals forming in the deeper tissues after exposure to temps at 32 degrees or lower.

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It was designed to aid instructors and students alike. Created by command and maintenance master chiefs from the aviation community to align with the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy's requirement for all enlisted Sailors to be warfare qualified, the new program will do away with the old personnel qualification standards PQS books and replace them with a qualification card. The change goes deeper than the amount of paperwork a Sailor needs to get signed. Sailors will have 30 months to complete the four-phase qualification card from the date of enrollment, with 24 months being the estimated average time of completion. The first phase includes force-wide common core requirements that work hand-in-hand with command indoctrination that every Sailor completes the first few months aboard their ship or squadron. The second phase covers departmental qualifications.

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The insignia is not a requirement for those seeking continued advancement in the Navy but there are penalties for those not earning the insignia within three years as a Petty Officer Second Class. Without the insignia, sailors may be subject to being ineligible for advancement in addition to restrictions on assignments. The Enlisted Aviation usually takes a year but it can be completed quicker with hard work and effort. Successful completion of the Enlisted Aviation PQS requires sailors to pass a written and an oral exam. When it comes to drilling down and memorizing key information, for either of these exams, then Brainscape makes a near perfect study companion.

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