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Air Raid
2007-12-09 16:46:00

Air raid is an aerial attack in modern wars, aiming at targets in cities, lands and waters. Air raid consists of two categories- conventional and unconventional: unconventional air raid refers to those in use of weapons of mass destruction, such as nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; conventional air raid refers to the use of all conventional weapons.

Tips:


 ·On hearing advance air raid warning, cut off the electricity and gas, extinguish stove fire, take emergency kits and enter the air defense works or other designated shelters along designated routes quickly and in order. People working in the public should take shelters in designated places. Blackout should be maintained during the nights.
 ·On hearing the air raid siren, enter the nearest air defense works. When no air defense work is available, take advantage of the surrounding places and hide in a safe spot.
 ·When at home, hide under the stairs or in the corridor of the first floor of a reinforced concrete building. You may also hide yourself in the bathroom, kitchen or other small rooms. When no shelters are available, lie under the table or bed alongside the corner. Stay away from doors and windows, as well as explosives and combustibles.
 ·When in public places such as shops, theaters, railway stations, and wharfs, take shelters in the basements of reinforced concrete buildings, subway stations and other safe spots. Do not stay close to dangerous places such as high-voltage power poles and gas stations.
 ·When in the open field, hide yourself in pits, troughs, beside mounds, or under big trees and lie down.

 

Suggestions:


    There are three types of air defense siren signals:


 ·Advance air raid warning: ringing for 36 seconds, pausing for 24 seconds, and repeat 3 times.
 ·Air raid siren: ringing for 6 seconds, pausing for 6 seconds, and repeat 15 times.
 ·White alert: ringing for 3 minutes continuously.


    Pre-air-raid:


 ·Get familiar with the evacuation routes and air raid shelters.
 ·Take your emergency kits.

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