Tactical Combat Casualty Care Demo
Tier 1 Group (T1G) is a training services company uniquely qualified to assist and support Tier 1 and Tier 2 SOF-specific requirements as well as conventional Special Purpose Forces, Law Enforcement, and OGAs.
The script, actors, and medical training will be coordinated and sponsored by T1G both days of Warrior EAST.
As an attendee, you will follow along with trained and skilled actors as they administer the various steps of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) to a massive hemorrhage victim with multiple injuries.
Immediately following this 30-minute demo, ADS Representatives will walk through the various stages of care as well as speak to the vendor products that were used in the demonstration. Various medical partners will be providing the tourniquets, litters, combat gauze, AED, and much more!
Stop the Bleed Course
Stop the Bleed is a campaign to educate the public on how to effectively reduce blood loss in an injured patient. It can be taught to any and all skill levels. The Raytom Group specializes in instructional services in medicine and TacMed.
Stop the Bleed in service will cover the following:
- Identifying different types of bleeding
- Methods to control these types of bleeds
- Treating the patient post bleeding control
- Basic, advanced, and field craft methods to control difficult bleeds
Location: Classroom 2B, Virginia Beach Convention Center
Dates: Wednesday, July 10
Times: 1030 – 1130
Registration required – Government ID required for entry
All attendees will receive a certificate of completion documenting their continuing education accreditation (one hour).
Registration for Warrior Expo East 2019 is currently closed. However, you can register on-site on Wednesday, July 10 and Thursday, July 11.
Warrior Expo is not open to the general public. Qualified attendees include active duty military, federal, state and local government agencies, law enforcement, first responders, qualified defense or government contractors, and exhibiting partner suppliers or manufacturers. Military and government attendees must present official government-issued identification. Civilian attendees must present a valid driver’s license or other government-issued identification.
Questions? Contact your knowledgeable ADS Representative at 866-845-3012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.