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Tactical Medicine - Security


This course is designed for security personnel of all levels who desire to improve their tactical medical capabilities. The course will teach the fundamentals of Tactical Medical Support for protection agents and the complexities involved while providing protection in mobile, international and potentially hostile environments. Trainees will learn to plan and execute security operations with thorough medical assessments. In Close Protection (CP) operations, it is crucial to remember that the detail is not always under an immediate external threat, and any medical problem (Cardiac Arrest, ACS, Stroke, etc) that arises, without proper planning and expertise, may compromise the entire security operation.

The Course is designed for:

  • Facility Security Personnel
  • CP Team Leaders
  • CP Agents
  • Medical Staff for VIP's
  • Surveillance Teams

Course Content
Intro to Tactical Medicine – This lesson will emphasize the differences between the security arena and civilian care, as well as the development of TCCC.

Planning the Security Operation – Understand the core medical issues while planning and preparing for security operations with regards to assessment, equipment and protocols.

Enemy Modus Operandi – Trainees will learn the enemy’s modes of attack and how this applies to the medical treatment, while also learning about the mechanism of the hits.

Care Under Fire (CUF) – We will cover the issues of fire supremacy, moving a casualty under fire, giving first body aid, communicating under fire, extracting under fire and the usage of tourniquets as a fundamental component at this stage. CUF training is hands-on and is accompanied with practical scenarios.

Tactical Field Care (TFC) – Learn to assess consciousness, establish priorities, airway management, treat chest trauma, control bleeding and provide tactical care in situations such as: hypothermia, burns, penetrating eye injury and more.

Medical Risk Assessment – Included in the planning stage, trainees will learn how assess the medical scenarios that may appear during the detail’s visit.

The Medical Team – Trainees will learn the role of the combatants and how they should work as synchronized medical team.

Preparing a Tactical Medical Kit –Trainees will learn how to prepare their individual kits, whether for domestic or international missions.

MedEvac – The roles of the medical evacuation rescue team, how the field team passes the casualty to the next level and principles of radio communication.

The Advance Agent Medical Role – For CP missions, trainees will learn the role of the advance agent from a medical perspective and understand what is important to review in pre-meetings regarding the detail.

Emergency Situation Care – It is possible the care required within the security arena is composed of an emergency situation. Trainees will learn to treat some of the following extreme conditions: cardiac arrest, stroke, M.I., loss of consciousness, hypoglycemia and seizures.

Scenario Based Simulation – Practical scenarios based on high relativity of occurring on the battlefield, requiring difficult tactical/medical decisions, or that require a major departure from standard civilian practice. The three main Stages of Scenario based simulations are:

  1. Choosing a scenario based on the needs of the unit.
  2. Simulation – using highly experienced instructors and state-of-the-art medical simulation equipment
  3. Debriefing by M-Tacs experts
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