Backcountry Emergencies: Why Wound Cleaning is One of the Most Important Skills to Know

Backcountry Emergencies: Why Wound Cleaning is One of the Most Important Skills to Know

 

Fundamentals!

They never change.

When the chips are down you can bet that if you execute the Fundamentals your likelihood of success will be vastly improved.

TCCC Twofer: Tactical Field Care, Massive Hemorrhage, and the Blood Sweep

Tactical Field Care, Massive Hemorrhage, and the Blood Sweep

 

Make no mistake, one of the biggest area’s of training that martial civilians neglect is TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care.)

Part 2 of this Excellent series can be found HERE.

Train Hard. Train Realistically and Prepare Accordingly.

Straight Warrior Shit

This is 4 hour plus Interview with DJ Shipley of DEVGRU 6.

17 Years in the Navy SEALS with multiple Combat Deployments. Medically retired after taking grenade shrapnel during a firefight.

DJ is Don Shipley’s son (another retired NAVY SEAL).

I learned alot listening to it, mostly about TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) and How Training can Save Your Life.

This Dude exhudes the Warrior Ethos and I don’t mind telling you I was both Proud and Impressed listening to him.

 

IFAK’s are available!

IFAK’s are here and available, you guys are going to really like these. No Hemostatic gauze to keep in affordable. No extra shit you don’t need, and all the basics. These fit in quite a few pouches that I’ve tried to put them into, I’ll do a video tomorrow all about it. Cost is $80…

IFAK’s are available! — American Partisan