Applied Trauma First Aid - Live-Fire


Applied Trauma First Aid - Live-Fire


ATLS was not designed to be used in the combat environment. Good Medicine can be bad tactics. Day One is a review of the Basic TCCC in a classroom setting. Day Two is conducted on the range with live fire exercises and drills. Students will have the option to shoot during these drills, or to just participate in the medical procedures. These drills will include treating and stabilizing a patient with an active shooter. This class is hands on and is taught by a SOCOM Medic or 18D utilizing current USSOCOM guidelines for Trauma Combat Casualty Care.

Topics Covered:     

  • Advanced Hemorrhage control

  • Airway management

  • Patient stabilization

  • IV therapy

  • Movement

  • Care under fire

  • Aid bag considerations and equipment

Length:     2 day class
Type:     Classroom/Hands-on/Live-Fire
Audience:     Everyone
Prerequisites:     Carbine 101 and Shooter First-Aid or prior medical training approved by Rockwell staff

What to Bring:    Your Aid Bag or IFAK, we will have J2 Defense IFAK available for purchase, NOTE: all medical supplies used during the hands on training will be provided by J2 Defense. One pair pants and long-sleeved shirt to cut up, Rifle / Carbine, Approximately 300 rounds of ammo, Weather appropriate clothing, Pants with belt, 4 Magazines, Mag Pouch, Rifle Sling, Eye and Hearing protection, Rifle cleaning kit

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A Registration Form MUST be submitted for each student attending this class. Failure to do so will result in their registration being held until all documentation is provided. Click here to complete your Registration Form.