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What publication covers Field Hygiene?
What should a soldier do to properly keep his/her feet clean and dry?
Wash feet daily, change socks as often as possible, and use foot powder
What is the best protection against disease or Biological warfare?
Immunization and personal hygiene
What is one of the three diseases carried by the fly?
Typhoid, Cholera, or Dysentery
Name five diseases carried by the mosquito.
Malaria, Dengue, Yellow Fever, Encephalitides, Filariasis
What is a Vector?
Any living organism that can carry a disease-producing virus
Where should you locate a latrine in relation to a mess hall?
At least 100 meters downhill or downstream
What is hygiene?
The self-employment of practices which will keep one healthy
What are the five F's in Field Sanitation
Flies, fingers, feces, food, and fluids.
What are the four communicable disease groups classified by the Army?
Respiratory, Intestinal, Insect-borne and Venereal
Name two ways of purifying water?
Iodine tablets and boiling
What are the colors for the heat categories?
Cat 1 - No color
Cat 2 - Green
Cat 3 - Yellow
Cat 4 - Red
Cat 5 - Black
What is the disinfectant most often used to purify water?
What is the purpose of water treatment?
To produce potable water
What is a communicable Diesease?
A disease which can be transmitted from person to person, animal to person, and insect to person.
Who is responsible for ensuring the Unit has an adequate supply of safe drinking water?
The Unit Commander
What is Potable Water?
What is FST?
Field Sanitation Team
What color are the iodine tablets to purify water?
Where should Personnel go to fill water trailers?
To ONLY approved water points
How many yards should should a latrine be built from the border of the Unit area but within a reasonable distance for easy access?
Who is responsible for establishing standards for water quality, inspecting water points/sources, and approving water for consumption?
The Army Medical Department (AMEDD)
What is Military Sanitation?
Military sanitation includes the practice of both environmental sanitation and personal hygiene, within the framework of Army life.
What is Personal Hygiene?
Personal Hygiene is the self-employment of practices which will keep one healthy and safeguard the health of others. Among these practices are proper eating and body cleanliness.
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