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C4Central CONUS Control Center (GPS)
C4Care, Competence, Control and Communications (Teksystems project management methodology)
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([dagger]) Combat Casualty Care Course, March 2012, Camp Bullis, TX; Tactical Combat Medicine Course, July 2012, JBSA Ft Sam Houston TX.
Once assigned to the position, to ensure their preparation for the medical evacuation mission, the 66HM5/8A should attend the Combat Casualty Care Course and the Joint En Route Care Course.
To maintain the "Fight Tonight" standards of 2ID, the 23d CBRNE Battalion must continuously conduct driver's training courses, combatives training, weapons range exercises, and Tactical Combat Casualty Care courses. Therefore, the battalion training plan must account for the significant turnover of personnel (approximately 50 percent every 6 months) in Korea.
Advanced trauma life support and combat casualty care courses were a help and proved to be a good starting point.
Other articles in this issue range from a discussion of tourniquets, hemostatic agents, medical ethics in detainee/POW care, Tactical Combat Casualty Care Courses, description of bum patient care from the point of injury to our Institute of Surgical Research (Burn Unit), and a comparison of Damage Control surgical capabilities between our Level IIa (FST) and Level III (CSH) facilities.