Air to Ground Coordination & Signaling. Developed as part of the National Emergency Services Curriculum Project. Ground Team being Mobilized by an Aircrew. Ground Team being halted by an Aircrew. Aircrew indicating a turn. Aircrew leading a Team to the Objective.
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Developed as part of the National Emergency Services Curriculum Project
The navigator needs to be continuously aware and notice possible turns or hazards ahead of time and notify the driver so that hazards can be avoided
The aircraft and your vehicle both use the clock system to designate a direction. In radio traffic, make sure you specify if the direction is from the vehicle or the aircraft.
Never leave the vehicle to go off-road without your gear
Sight your target between your V-shaped fingers and make sure the light is reflecting off of the tips of your fingers to ensure your signal reaches the target.
Just because you can see the aircraft doesn’t mean the aircraft can see you!
Try to make yourself distinctive to your surroundings. Orange triangles on the top of vehicles or large distinctive numbers on the roof helps.