Weiss, Jim; Davis, Mickey
July 2007
Fire Chief;Jul2007, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p56
Trade Publication
The article reports that fire and rescue agencies are undergoing training in tactical combat-casualty care in the U.S. The role of the tactical medic teams is to assist injured members, to treat casualties, prevent additional fatalities and to complete the mission undertaken. The tactical combat-casualty care training provide capabilities to medic teams to address different injuries and concerns in rescuing casualties.


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