Hudson, Bradley W.; Moody, Sergeant Karen L.; Melton, Robert
July 2008
Infantry;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p48
The article focuses on the role of combat lifesaver in counterinsurgency operations of the U.S. Army. The combat lifesaver is a nonmedical Soldier trained to provide advanced first aid/lifesaving procedures beyond the level of self aid or buddy aid. The primary mode that the Combat Lifesaver Course (CLC) is offered is through the Army Correspondence Course Program (ACCP) using the group study. The course consists of 40 credit hours of self-study material, approximately three days of classroom instruction, and testing materials.


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