2-7. OPERATING PROCEDURE (Cont)
After flare is in launcher, do not pull back on knurled knob unless you are ready to fire flare.
Do not fire towards or lead the aircraft. Serious damage can result if aircraft is hit by flare,
thereby hampering your rescue.
Hold projector firmly in hand, point it straight up and pull knurled knob down with thumb.
Release trigger with a sharp sudden motion.
CHEMICAL DETECTOR PAPER. When there is a chance that you are exposed to a nuclear, biological, or
chemical (NBC) agent, use the detector packet. Open packet and follow the instructions inside.
AN/PRC-90 RADIO. The battery provided will operate the radio approximately 30 hours at 68 degrees F or
15 hours at 32 degrees F on a duty cycle of approximately 50 percent transmit and 50 percent receive. Range of radio
for line-of-sight operation is approximately 30 miles for