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Army medics adapt, evolve as service needs change
February 27, 2024
Combat Medic Specialist Training

AFMS recognizes Biomedical Sciences Corps Week
January 23, 2023
Three people standing.

Tactical Combat Casualty Care training improves survivability
August 31, 2022
A service member stands at a podium to address other service members.

960th Cyberspace Wing conducts tactical combat casualty care training
June 14, 2022
Senior Airman Cesar Zayas, 960th Cyberspace Operations Group client support technician, and Tech. Sgt. Jesse Richter, 960th Operations Support Flight current operations NCOIC, prepare to roll Staff Sgt. Kendall Armand, 960th COG client support technician, to the recovery position during a tactical combat casualty care training class June 4, 2022, at Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex, Texas.

Basic Military Training establishes Tactical Combat Casualty Care course for all Airmen
February 28, 2020

Stop the Bleed: A battlefield innovation on civilian soil
July 26, 2019
Uniformed Services University's Dr. Craig Goolsby (center) observes as high school students at a conference in Orlando, Florida, practice using a tourniquet after watching a web-based tutorial. Goolsby is researching effective teaching methods as part of a grant to develop a trauma first-aid course for students that incorporates elements of Stop the Bleed.

New training prepares Airmen to save lives
April 23, 2019
Staff Sgt. Taylor Lopez Boodooram, Active Duty Clinic Office manager, demonstrates tourniquet placement on a manikin’s arm during a National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians Tactical Combat Casualty Care course in the 366th Medical Group Simulation Lab Room at Mountain Air Force Base, Idaho, in February 2019. TCCC is a standardized course offered across the military to equip warfighters with basic skills to save lives in combat operations.