Combat Injury Simulation
The Department of Defense recognizes and supports the ongoing need for realistic combat injury simulation training. Utilizing high fidelity moulage techniques in training better equips medical personnel to deal with actual battlefield trauma and triage. Very life-like or real-to-the-eye injury simulations increases the
Combat medics train as they fight
The Army healthcare specialist has another name by which it is recognized by the general public. The combat medic.These Soldiers are trained to perform all the tasks of an emergency medical technician and more, all while under enemy fire. The job...
Malaysian, U.S. Army medics complete Tactical Combat Casualty Care training
Malaysian Soldiers completed training on Tactical Combat Casualty Care to test the cumulative skills acquired during a Medical First Responder course, held Sept. 15-19, 2014, at Kem Desa Pahlawan, Malaysia, during the bilateral exercise Keris Strike ...
U.S. Army Pacific medical Soldiers receive prestigious badge
Schofield, Barracks -- U.S. Army Pacific medical specialists tackled three different combat tactical lanes that included 46 different medical tasks, passed a written test, day and night land navigation, and finished a 12-mile foot march before walkin...
Giant US Military Medical Training Exercise Engages 1,600 Participants
The US military has held one of its largest field-medical training exercises ever, combining 1,600 active-duty and reserve personnel from 17 US states and three countries, Department of Defense News reported.
Training flight medics
The U.S. Army School of Aviation Medicine Flight Medic Course teaches the students how to be a crew member on an aircraft and how to apply what they've learned as paramedics into the operational world when they deploy into combat zones.