The Q2 2024 edition of Combat & Casualty Care focuses on combat medicine from a uniquely Special Operations Forces (SOF) perspective and needs specific to the SOF mission.

Cover Interviews and Feature Articles include:

  • Surgeon’s Corner - Deputy Chief of Staff and Deputy Surgeon for U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), COL Colin T. Frament, who leads combat-ready medical response in support of Army Special Operations Forces (ARSOF)
  • Leadership Perspective - Mr. Louis Jasper, Project Manager, Warfighter Readiness, Performance, and Brain Health PMO, U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity, on state-of-the-art Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) predictive blood testing
  • Special Operations Combat Medic - MAJ Brett Ambroson, Director, Special Operations Combat Medic, Joint Special Operations Training Center, JFK Special Warfare Center and School, on readiness for a Large Scale Combat Operations (LSCO) future
  • Blood Criticality at Point of Injury - Former U.S. Special Forces combat medic gives a first-hand account of how the difference between life and death can often be dependent more on substance than on smarts: freeze-dried blood plasma
  • Addressing Gaps in Casualty Mobility - Paramedic and former U.S. Special Forces combat medic on force-wide standards addressing future challenges to medical evacuation across vast, contested battlefields in future multi[1]domain operations
  • Hemorrhage Risk by Data Automation - Food and Drug Administration-approved artificial intelligence-enabled, data-centered software application to allow combat medics to assess hemorrhage risk through data correlation at point of injury
  • Industry Partner - RIPSHEARS LLC combines two cutting shears for rapid access to multiple textile layers for the exposition of underlying wounds without endangerment to patient
  • Industry Perspective – The AerFree Air Management System (AMS) device is a non-invasive method to maintain a patient airway for short medical procedures, spontaneously breathing for sedated adults

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