Casualty Care Prep for Real-World Combat

From Combat & Casualty Care, Q3 Summer 2019 Issue

Soldiers wounded on the battlefield, either real-world or in an exercise, may require immediate trauma care prior to being sent to a hospital. A recent annual U.S. Special Operations-sponsored tactical combat casualty care (TCCC) exercise called Flintlock 2019 involved 1,800 participants from more than 30 countries, and was the perfect venue to provide advanced medical training for those tasked with responding to injuries on the battlefield.

By Richard Bumgardner, U.S. Army Security Assistance Command

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Future Health Support to Maneuver Forces

From Combat & Casualty Care, Q3 Summer 2019 Issue

The Military Health System, or MHS, is undergoing the most significant reform in decades and is a top focus for many Army senior medical leaders.

By Master Sgt. Richard Jarrett, Health Readiness Center of Excellence

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Evolution in Combat Medic Preparation

From Combat & Casualty Care, Q3 Summer 2019 Issue

Prior to the creation of the Medical training concept use by MSTC, combat medics were trained to civilian standards of care. An evolution in tactical combat casualty care (TCCC) has brought about a standardization of instruction tailored to the combat environment.

By Master Sgt. Rodel A. Gonzalez, Senior Enlisted Medical Advisor, JPM MMS, MedSim

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Leveraging Process to Avoid Obsolescence

From Armor & Mobility, July/August 2019 Issue

The U.S. Air Force continues to grapple with the reality that airframe sustainment is multi-layered and equipment aging waits for no mission.

By Jerry Zamora and Mike Graham, DMSMS Policy & Training Program

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Enabling Next-Generation Aerospace Development

From Armor & Mobility, July/August 2019 Issue

The U.S. Air Force has stood up a third Advanced Technology and Training Center (ATTC) to promote artificial intelligence and autonomous capabilities evolution.

By Ms. Debora Naguy, ATTC Director

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Evolving Mass Casualty Combat MEDEVAC

From Combat & Casualty Care, Q3 Summer 2019 Issue

As the U.S. Army grapples with the challenges of Large-Scale Combat Operations in the Future Operational Environment, so will the Army’s medical evacuation, or MEDEVAC, force.

By MG Patrick D. Sargent, Commander, Health Readiness Center of Excellence

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