Continue firing at the enemy.
Stop firing and go to the fallen soldier.
Bleeding from wounds to the extremities.
Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Apply a tourniquet to control bleeding.
Perform needle chest decompression to relieve tension pneumothorax.
Administer the combat pill pack to control pain and infection.
Radio for help.
Shoot randomly in the air to confuse the enemy.
Care under fire.
Tactical field care.
Both care under fire and tactical field care.
Pain medication and antibiotics.
Initiate a saline lock.
Nothing, unless the casualty looses consciousness.
Initiate a saline lock and begin administering intravenous fluids.
To keep air from entering through the wound.
To keep air from escaping through the wound.
To control bleeding.
The casualty's pack.
Your personal pack.
A pack from your aid bag.
Monitor the casualty's breathing.
Monitor bleeding from the casualty's wounds.
Monitor the casualty's IV.
All of the above.