Sea survival: device 9B7, vital actions following ejection, bailout, ditching, underwater egress, abandon ship
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Activate SMOKE flare AIRWAY Avoid Bail out water bleeding stops breaths Carbohydrates Check survival pack Check total resources cold com/min Consider natural sources crater D/V ring dehydrate deploy DIRECTION FINDING ELECTRICAL SHOCK Elevate feet Erect survival radio EXTREME FLOTATION FOOD fresh water Give reassurance give warm drinks Hand Signals HATER Head or neck HELO HOIST Hoist Operator hole hour hand hydrated HYPOTHERMIA Inflate Keep a fire keep helmet Land LIFERAFT loose clothing Maintain body fluids milky sap neck injury North-South line orally if necessary PERMANENT SHELTER PREFLIGHT priority Program NAVAL AVIATION Protect radio rescue device rescue hook rescuer resources of water salty Salvage sources sea anchor shade sharks SHELTER RAFT short of water signal fire signaling devices Signals to Hoist snow sources from aircraft Southern Hemisphere SUN/HEAT SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION survival pack contents symptoms Take seasickness pills temperature Training Program NAVAL URINE VEGETATION victim Warm body wind