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 Use back float to relax. Modify back float to avoid blast injury
in water by crossing legs, tensing body, tightening anus; float on
very top of surface.
 Use jelly-fish float to remove clothing.
 Prone float is basic position for all prone swimming; submerge
face and open eyes to see under water or raise head high to observe
over it; arms and legs are extended.
Figure 2. Conserve strength by floating.
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