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Tactical Combat Casualty Care Resources

Came across this wealth of training information for the military's Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC program) and had to share. This looks like the complete curriculum used in TCCC training, but I may be wrong. A ton of information here for handling battlefield injuries, including training info for tourniquets, wound packing, sucking chest wounds and other battlefield injuries.

Great resource worth exploring. The documents contain gory battlefield injury photographs, so not for the squeamish!

Check it out right here >


  1. AnonymousMay 29, 2012

    Does anyone know how to view the .sflb files on the website?

  2. AnonymousMay 30, 2012

    I changed the file extention to .avi, GOM media player figured it out - but no sound.

    For some great videos on treating wounds and diseases back at base camp, check out Dr. Carlo Oller's (emergency med) youtube channel - http://www.youtube.com/user/theedexitvideo/videos I've been pulling his videos down with the free YTD YouTube Downloader, converting them to avi's, and burning them to DVD. Not for the squeamish.

  3. I think they work if you view them via the PPTs - embedded files? I'll verify in a bit.

  4. I am allways looking for manuals especially decent combat medical manuals. I would like to contribute to the list. I found a site that offers military manuals on everything from medical to well, to just about everything and they are pdf files. They are the US Joint Service manuals. I downloaded a lot of them and printed quite a few of the medical ones I wanted. Face it, in an TEOTWAWKI, or extreme TSHTF, who knows how to treat severe combat related wounds. now I will shut up; here is the link. PS, you can donate to the site if you want, I did, it is not mine by the way.