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6-26. A  nongovernment  agency  calls  the CO of a naval station requesting disaster  relief  following  severe flooding. To whom should the CO forward  the  request? 1. CHINFO 2. ASD  (PA) 3.   Type   commander 4. Area  coordinator 6-27. A  representative  of  the  Salvation Army contacts the PAO of a naval air  station  requesting  storage space  for  donated  clothing.   The clothing  is  for  several  hundred people left homeless by a hurri- cane in a nearby city. How should the PAO respond to this request? 1. Refer the request to the Natural  Disaster  Assistance Agency 2. Tell  the  representative  the base has no funds to store or  transport  the  clothing 3. Refer the request to ASD (PA) via  CHINFO 4. Tell  the  representative  the naval  air  station  will  store the clothing if space is available 6-28. During  the  same  conversation,  the Salvation  Army  representative asked the PAO about using heli- copters  to  transport  relief supplies to the disaster scene. In what manner should the PAO respond? 1. Navy  helicopters  cannot  be used  to  transport  relief supplies  if  civil  aviation options  are  available 2. Navy helicopters may be used to  transport  relief  supplies but the requesting agency is responsible  for  operating costs 3. Navy  helicopters  cannot  be used  to  transport  relief supplies  if  the  disaster scene is more than 100 miles away 4. Navy  helicopters  may  be  used to  transport  relief  supplies if civil aviation options are available 6-29. When, if ever, can a local commander  authorize  the airlifting of an individual for  medical  treatment? 1. When  the  individual  is in guarded condition and commercial   transportation is  inadequate 2. When  the  individual  requires surgery  and  local  commercial transportation  is  unavail- able 3. When the individual is in immediate  danger  of  losing life, limb, or sight and commercial   transportation is not feasible 4. Never Learning  Objective:  Describe the rules governing official public appearances by naval personnel. 57

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