TacMed Injured Shooter & Victim Rescue
TacMed Injured Shooter & Victim Rescue is a physically intense 6-hour, advanced level, live fire course. The focus of this course is on fighting while wounded, fighting from the ground, self care and buddy care.
Tactical Medicine classes fill the gap between combat aid and civilian EMS training. The Tactical Medicine (TacMed) course curriculum is based on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) core concepts. TECC is the civilian version of the military’s Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and was developed to bring combat-level care to civilian first responders.
- Review of basic medical skills
LIVE FIRE PORTION:
- Advanced one-handed shooting/weapon manipulations
- Primary and support hand only weapon presentation
- Primary and support hand only reloading
- Primary and support hand only weapon malfunction drills
- Fighting from the ground
- Shooting from prone, supine and lateral recumbent positions
- Self assessment, treatment of life threatening bleeding, and one-handed tourniquet application
- Rapid patient assessment and treatment while under duress
- Victim Rescues
- Eye and ear protection
- Semi-auto pistol with rear sight ledge that will allow one hand operation of the slide
- 3 magazines
- 250 rounds of quality ammunition
- Sturdy belt and Outside the waistband/Belt holster. INSIDE THE WAISTBAND HOLSTERS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THIS COURSE.
- Kneepads – students are required to get up and down off the ground repeatedly.
- Weather appropriate clothing. You may get stage blood on your clothing, plan accordingly.
Must have successfully completed Basic TacMed and Intermediate Handgun Defense Level 4 or have an equivalent level of training.