Section II. EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
The equipment covered in this section includes all
emergency equipment, except that which forms part of a
complete system. For example, landing gear system, etc.
Chapter 9 describes the operation of emergency exits and
location of all emergency equipment.
2-13. FIRST AID KITS.
Four first aid kits are included in the survival kit.
2-14. HAND-OPERATED FIRE EXTINGUISHER.
Repeated or prolonged exposure to
(CF3Br) or decomposition products
should be avoided. The liquid shall
not be allowed to come into contact
with the skin, as it may cause frost
bite or low temperature burns
because of its very low boiling
One hand-operated fire extinguisher is mounted below the
pilot's seat and a second extinguisher is located on the
left cabin sidewall, aft of the cabin door. They are of the
extinguisher is charged to a pressure of 150 to 170 PSI
and emits a forceful stream. Use an extinguisher with
care within the limited area of the cabin to avoid severe
Engine fire extinguisher systems
are described in Section III.
2-15. SURVIVAL KITS.
There are two different survival kits authorized for
installation in the aircraft. Depending on the anticipated
mission, either an overwater or overland kit may be
2-16. SURVIVAL RADIOS.
Provisions are installed for installation of two AN/PRC-90
radio sets: one in the pocket behind the pilots seat, and
one adjacent to the cabin entrance door. Each radio is
equipped with a placard giving specific operating
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