Special Operations Medics Instruct First Responder’s Course With Grey Group

Fayetteville, NC’s Grey Group joined forces with Greer, SC's North American Rescue (NAR) to provide a two-day First Responder’s Course instructed by NAR’s cadre of former Army Ranger and Special Operations Medics.
Oct. 17, 2011 - PRLog -- GREER, SC – North American Rescue (NAR) and Fayetteville, NC’s Grey Group joined forces to provide a two-day First Responder’s Course instructed by NAR’s cadre of former Army Ranger and Special Operations Medics. The intensive course program consisted of didactic instructional overview of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) based principles followed by hands-on practical exercises structured from the Care Under Fire and Tactical Field Care phases of treatment in accordance with TCCC standards.

Students were placed in a simulated triage and casualty scenario where they were required to utilize their newly learned critical skills to mitigate preventable death in a tactical field environment. The curriculum provided each student with the tools and training necessary to successfully assess and provide pre-hospital battlefield care by utilizing standard medical items in an operator’s kit. Treatments required use of equipment including tourniquets, pressure dressings, hemostatic dressings, needle decompression devices, and occlusive chest seals.

“I have wanted to take a medical class for a long time and I don’t think I could have picked a better one than this,” stated one of the students in a recent online post. “I highly recommend North American Rescue if you are looking for this type of training. Grey Group, as usual, did a great job putting it together.”

“North American Rescue is honored to work with a training organization of Grey Group’s caliber,” stated Senior Vice President Joanne Walter. “We recognize the importance of operator training in First Responder protocols that address both the comprehension of techniques and the muscle memory of repeated execution. You do what you train.”

Grey Group is a premier training company that works with instructors and schoolhouses from around the country to provide students with the top-of-the-line training in such fields as Marksmanship, Personnel Recovery, Special Operations, and Trauma Medicine.

North American Rescue (NAR), based in Greer, South Carolina, has proudly enjoyed the honor of serving their country, community, and customers for over a decade. NAR is leading the way in decreasing preventable deaths by providing innovative casualty care solutions to our uniformed soldiers, first responders, health care professionals, and security forces both at home, and abroad in combat zones.

For further information on North American Rescue products, visit www.NARescue.com or call
(864) 675-9800.

Photos of Training: http://www.narescue.com/media/NAR/pressRelease-slideshows...

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Since 1996, North American Rescue has been unwaveringly dedicated to increasing the survivability of today's warriors both at home and abroad. As a premier developer and supplier of life-saving gear and supplies in the tactical arena, NAR leads the way in providing mission critical products that have a direct correlation to decreasing preventable combat death. Guided by seasoned former Special Operations medics, experienced Law Enforcement / SWAT / prehospital healthcare providers and product development professionals, the NAR team possesses a unique insight into the unconventional challenges of tactical medicine and is committed to providing breakthrough products that span the full spectrum of tactical casualty care, from the point of wounding to the doors of the trauma center.
Source:Ronni Harris, Public Relations Manager
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Tags:Combat, Training, Medicine, North American Rescue, Medical Products, Tccc, Tactical Field Care, Trauma, Special Ops
Industry:Medical, Technology, Health
Location:Greer - South Carolina - United States
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