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    Experts at Fort Benning vet new casualty care curriculum [Image 1 of 2]

    Experts at Fort Benning vet new casualty care curriculum

    FORT BENNING, GA, UNITED STATES

    12.04.2019

    Photo by Sgt. Charles Gilbert 

    Fort Benning Public Affairs Office

    COMBAT CASUALTY 1
    FORT BENNING, Ga. – At Fort Benning’s Medical Simulation Training Center on Bass Road Dec. 4, medics, instructors and others from across the armed services discuss fine points of a lifesaving technique they’re about to practice by using a mannequin serving as a mock combat casualty. They were part of a group of about 40 service members and civilians who gathered at Fort Benning for a close review of a new curriculum that would be used to teach service members a type of battlefield first aid that the U.S. military calls Tier 2 Tactical Combat Casualty Care. The Pentagon plans to make Tier 2 TCCC the new standard for all services. It will replace what is known as Combat Life Saver training, which has been in use for some years. A final draft of the curriculum is to be delivered to the Department of Defense Dec. 31.

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    Date Taken: 12.04.2019
    Date Posted: 12.09.2019 16:40
    Photo ID: 5966188
    VIRIN: 191204-A-KC746-618
    Resolution: 1280x853
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    Location: FORT BENNING, GA, US 

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