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11-15 Have abandoned plane. LAND - Walking this direction. SEA - Drifting. LIFE RAFT PAULIN SIGNALS NOTE - Solid lines = blue. Dotted lines = yellow. The pilot of the rescue plane will answer your messages either by dropping a note or by dipping the nose of his plane for the affirma- tive (yes) and fishtailing his plane for the negative (no). LAND - Need quinine or atabrine. SEA - Need sun cover. LAND - Need warm clothing. SEA - Need exposure suit or clothing shown. LAND and SEA - Plane is flyable. Need tools. SEA - Need equipment as indicated. Signals follow. LAND - Need gas and oil. Plane is flyable. LAND and SEA - Need medical attention. LAND and SEA - Need first aid supplies. LAND and SEA - Need food and water. LAND - Indicate direc- tion nearest habitation. SEA - Indicate direc- tion of rescue craft. LAND - Should we wait for rescue plane? SEA - Notify rescue agency of my position. LAND and SEA - O.K. to land. Arrow shows landing direction. LAND and SEA - Do not attempt landing. BODY SIGNALS Need medical assistance - Urgent. Lie prone. Do not attempt to land here. Land here. (Point in direction of landing.) All O.K. Do not wait. Can proceed shortly - Wait if practicable. Our receiver is operating. Use drop message. Need mechanical help or parts - Long delay. Pick us up - Plane abandoned. Affirmative (Yes) Negative (No) ANf1121 Figure 11-21.—The GND/AIR emergency code card.



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