Tactical Combat Casualty Care 2

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Tactical Combat Casualty Care 2


Class sizes are limited

Duration: Approx. 6 hours

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The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC II) course is designed and developed to address care under fire conditions that may arise during or after an active shooter event. The moments after a shooting has occurred are extremely important and chaotic. Knowing how to provide swift medical attention is a crucial part for anyone that may be involved in such an event. 

TCCC is a course that military members heading down range go through and has become increasingly popular for federal and state law enforcement. The last 15 years have provided invaluable lessons learned from two wars on how to quickly and efficiently save lives in highly stressful and unsafe conditions. The DA1 TCCC II course is designed to teach many of these methods that have been paid for in blood.

The course will be taught in both low stress and high stress stages to promote a realistic training experience. Shooters will be expected to provide basic medical attention to victims of trauma while in highly stressful situations using live fire scenarios.

Topics Covered

  • Basic Combat Medicine
  • Intro to TCCC
  • Equipment Selection
  • Airway Management
  • Bandaging & Splinting
  • Hemorrhage Control
  • Medical Planning
  • Evacuating A Casualty
  • Safe Weapons Handling
  • Working In Buddy Teams
  • Movement
  • Shooting on the Move

Required Equipment

  • Glock 19/23 holster (these will be provided)
  • 100+ rounds of NLTA
  • Sturdy Belt
  • Magazine Pouch
  • Pants (No shorts)
  • Long sleeve shirt (required for Force on Force)
  • Closed toe shoes
  • Gloves
  • Eye protection