This 3-day medical course is the foundation for all other medical courses offered by Tactical Evolution Group. Our Tactical Medical Life Saver (TMLS) course is designed with the medical beginner in mind utilizing the crawl, walk, then run method of instruction coupled with life-like, high fidelity simulation gear. This course focuses on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) basics to ensure safety and develop good habits.
As you progress through the course you will learn the phases of TCCC, complete hands-on skill stations in hemorrhage control, airway management, patient assessment, shock management, casualty collection/triage, 9-Line MEDEVAC procedures and use of the individual first aid kit (IFAK).
- Our combat experienced, professional medical instructor staff consists of former
Medics/Navy Corpsmen and SOF medical providers to ensure relevancy of training and
increased student hands-on experience.
- TMLS is a pre-deployment medical course required for all U.S. troops prior to
deployment in a combat zone.
- TMLS will prepare you for the mindset and basic skills required assess and treat
wounded casualty while maintaining your personal safety in a hostile environment.
- Open Enrollment Available
- Regularly scheduled monthly courses available. Email email@example.com for dates and locations.
Throughout the entire course, heavy emphasis is placed on maximizing hands-on practical application opportunities to increase the student’s ability to properly and confidently perform:
- TCCC Fundamentals and Case Studies
- Wound Ballistics Analysis
- Phases of TCCC
- Individual First Aid Kit Use
- Basic Human Anatomy
- Casualty Assessment
- Shock and Hemorrhage Treatment (Tourniquet Use and Wound Packing Technique)
- Airway and Chest Injuries and Treatment (NPA, Chest Seal and Needle Decompression)
- Abdominal Injuries and Treatment
- Burn, Blast, Gun Shot Wound and Musculoskeletal Injuries and Treatment
- Patient Carries/Movement
- Casualty Collection Point/Triage Procedures
- CASEVAC Procedures/9-Line MEDEVAC
- Mission Specific Medical Gear Preparation
- Unit provided medical bag, if available
- Rain or inclement weather gear
- Note taking material
- Long pants
- Long sleeve shirt
- Hiking boots (NO OPEN TOED SHOES)
- Meals and refreshments not provided