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Default SCT/ Tactical First Aid / Northern California

First Aid in a Tactical Environment

Date - June 19th, 2010 / 0800 to 1600
Instructor - John Hotchkiss / J. Paletta / A. Moe
Location - 7000 Alameda Dr. Rancho Murieta, Ca 95683(Rancho Murieta Country Club) / Sacramento Valley Shooting Center

We Will meet at the Country Club at 0800 HRS until 1200 HRS when we will break for lunch and meet back at the Range (Sacramento Valley Shooting Center)

The goal of this program is to help prepare you as an emergency responder for rendering care in a high threat environment. Much of what we have learned in the past in civilian emergency medical care has dealt with treating the single patient, and under normal conditions encountered in the pre-hospital realm. The issues you must address, and in fact the way you view the entire scene, are substantially different when the possibility is strong that someone may be viewing you through the sights of their rifle.


Trauma Overview

Kinetic Energy of Trauma

Penetrating Trauma

Blast Injuries

Environmental Emergencies

Mass Casualty Incidents

Basics of Trauma Care

Assessment of life threatening injuries

Rapid Treatment of Airway, Breathing and Bleeding

Concepts and presentation of shock

Rapid transport and definitive care

Care in the Tactical Environment

Cover and Concealment

Wounded Warrior Extraction

Armor, Limitations, Uses, How it can hide an injury

Use of Lights

Limited Equipment that can make a difference

Self Care Ė For when youíre the victim

Wilderness type medicine for when you just canít leave


Good Attitude

A/R 15 with sling


Handgun with strong side holster

150 Rounds

two magazines


cargo pants

Eye and Ear Protection

Please bring attire suitable for rain or shine as weather does not dictate the fight nor should it effect your training!

All students will be recieving their own pesonal tactical medic pouch with everything you would need in a real world incident.

Do to the pouch and medical contents, the course must be paid for one month prior in order to allow purchase and shipping of medical supplies. (you will not be using your medic kit in the class).

Price: $150.00 (No IFAK)

Price: $200.00
J. Paletta
Stone Cobra Tactical Inc.

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