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STAY IN THE FIGHT

OVERVIEW

This one-day behavior driven course is designed to provide law enforcement and civilians with hands-on tactical first-aid techniques that can be executed as a buddy system or by the individual. This course will give you the knowledge and ability to provide rapid medical care in the worst environments. This course provides training from the U.S. Military‚Äôs Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and civilian Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC). It is an intro to the MARCH assessment.  This course will cover proper use of a basic IFAK (individual first aid kit), treating hemorrhage, chest trauma, and other life-threatening injuries. This course will also provide you with the skills and mindset to effectively fight if wounded and provide treatment under high levels of stress, as well as how to communicate with EMS services for improving chances of survival for casualties.

You will be provided with a free tourniquet at the class and medical kits will be available for purchase.

This course will also have a guest T.E.M.S (Tactical Emergency Medical Services) Medic Instructor from Tri-Med Tactical. www.trimedtactical.org 


COURSE TOPICS AND OBJECTIVES

  • Mindset (The body will never go, where the mind has not been)
  • Massive Hemorrhage Control
  • Pressure/Compression Dressing
  • Proper use of Tourniquets and the different types
  • Packing Wounds
  • Chest Wounds/Chest Seals
  • How to maintain an airway
  • Single handed shooting/weapon manipulations
  • Primary and support hand only weapon malfunction drills and reloads
  • How to Fight from the ground
  • Shooting from unnatural positions
  • Self-triage and treatment of life-threatening injuries including single hand tourniquet application
  • Solo and buddy rescue tactics

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES

  • Must be able to demonstrate proper firearms safety. Understand and apply the muzzle before meat concept. (Muzzle awareness)
  • Must be able to operate all weapons without assistance (load, unload, clear malfunctions)

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

  • Eye and ear protection
  • gloves
  • Quality Semi-automatic pistol (No small frame style pistols)
  • At least 2 pistol magazines, 3 recommend
  • Serviceable holster and magazine pouches (No Serpa Holsters)
  • 350 rounds of ammunition (No reloads)
  • Clothing which can get dirty or torn
  • lunch and water

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • Weather Gear, we will train in rain, cold, snow, ETC
  • Weapon/hand held Light
  • EIC (Empty Chamber Indicator)
  • Plate carrier/Battle Belt
  • Personal or issued med kits
  • Note taking material

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