Dozens of New York Army National Guard troops are now better equipped to save lives after finishing a four-day training program at the Camp Smith Training Site, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y. on June 21. About 75 Soldiers graduated from the Combat Life Savers (CLS) course, which the New York Army National Guard's 106th Regional Training Institute conducted here over two weekends. Combat Lifesavers are non-medical Soldiers who provide life-saving measures as a secondary duty if their primary or combat missions allow. The Combat Lifesaver is a bridge between the self-aid/buddy-aid or first aid training given to all Soldiers during basic training and the advanced medical training given to the combat medic. Available in high definition.
|Date Posted:||06.22.2014 19:50|
|Location:||CAMP SMITH, N.Y., NY, US|
|Hometown:||CAMP SMITH, NY, US|
|Hometown:||QUEENS, NY, US|
|Hometown:||WAPPINGERS FALLS, NY, US|
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