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Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course

Training
(Resident, Exportable)

2-day course conducted by NAEMT. TC3 provides skills to assess and manage a combat casualty from point of injury to a higher level of care. The target audience is deploying medical personnel assigned to line units. The course offers 16 CEUs.

Combat Casualty Care Course (C4)

Training
(Resident)

Basic 8-day continuing medical education program designed to enhance the operational medical readiness and pre-deployment trauma training skills of tri-service, medical officers.

TCCC_AF_2019

Photo
5/2/2019
Tactical Combat Casualty Care is a two-day course created by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care, and adopted by National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. It teaches life-saving skills and methods proven effective in a combat environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Andrew D. Sarver)

Tactical Combat Casualty Care is a two-day course created by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care, and adopted by National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. It teaches life-saving skills and methods proven effective in a combat environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Andrew D. Sarver)

New training prepares Airmen to save lives

Article
5/2/2019
Tactical Combat Casualty Care is a two-day course created by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care, and adopted by National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. It teaches life-saving skills and methods proven effective in a combat environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Andrew D. Sarver)

TCCC teaches Airmen to treat injuries until medical care arrives

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Navy corpsman: Carrying the legacy

Article
12/27/2018
Navy Seaman Brandon Taylor, a corpsman, inserts a decompression needle into an essential care simulator manikin during shock trauma section drills. The drills focused on sharpening life-saving skills and capabilities. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Justin Huffty)

Navy hospital corpsmen attend 14-week “A” school at the Medical Education and Training Campus in Joint Base San Antonio — Fort Sam Houston, Texas

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Dr. Butler receives the Distinguished Service Award for lifetime achievement

Article
8/27/2017
Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency, presented Frank K. Butler, Jr., M.D. with the 2017 Distinguished Service Award, in the category of Combat Casualty Care, today at the Military Health System (MHS) Research Symposium. The Distinguished Service Award is a lifetime achievement award recognizing an individual who contributed significantly to the success of MHS research and who demonstrates outstanding leadership.

Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency, presented Frank K. Butler, Jr., M.D. with the 2017 Distinguished Service Award, in the category of Combat Casualty Care, today at the Military Health System (MHS) Research Symposium.

Tactical Combat Casualty Care Exercise

Photo
2/28/2017
A corpsman checks for open wounds during a Tactical Combat Casualty Care training exercise. The TCCC is designed to give corpsmen the basic skills to work under pressure in a combat setting, ensure productive communication and save their patients’ lives. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ashley Lawson)

A corpsman checks for open wounds during a Tactical Combat Casualty Care training exercise. The TCCC is designed to give corpsmen the basic skills to work under pressure in a combat setting, ensure productive communication and save their patients’ lives. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ashley Lawson)

DHA-PI 6040.01: Implementation Guidance for the Utilization of DD Form 1380, Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Card

Policy

This Defense Health Agency-Procedural Instruction (DHA-PI), based on the authority of References (a) and (b), and in accordance with the guidance of References (c) through (i), provides procedures on the use of the DD Form 1380, TCCC card, June 2014, as revised from DD Form 1380, U.S. Field Medical Card, December 1991, for standardized and consistent documentation of prehospital care by the Military Departments. Use of the DD Form 1380, TCCC card, in the prehospital environment, by both medical and non-medical first responders for battle and non-battle injuries is the preferred method of documentation in accordance with Reference (d) and an approved form to document care in accordance with Reference (e).

  • Identification #: N/A
  • Date: 1/20/2017
  • Type: DHA Procedural Instruction
  • Topics: N/A

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)

Glossary Term
Date of Publication:
9/28/2016

A set of trauma management guidelines customized for use in the operational setting that maintains a focus on the most common causes of preventable deaths resulting from combat.

Source of Definition:

DoDI 6040.47: Joint Trauma System

MHS Innovation TCCC

Photo
11/13/2015
Dr. Steve Steffensen, MHS chief of innovation, solicits novel ideas from students in a preventive medicine course during his recent visit to DHA’s medical training facilities in San Antonio.

Dr. Steve Steffensen, MHS chief of innovation, solicits novel ideas from students in a preventive medicine course during his recent visit to DHA’s medical training facilities in San Antonio.

Killer dentists

Photo
10/30/2015
Navy Sailors with the 2nd Dental Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, practice gray belt techniques during a combat lifesaver and tactical casualty combat care training while integrating Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and patrolling. The exercise served to give the Sailors a basic understanding of MCMAP and patrolling fundamentals while maintaining TCCC standards, and to align their training and readiness standards with those of 2nd MLG. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tyler Andersen)

Navy Sailors with the 2nd Dental Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, practice gray belt techniques during a combat lifesaver and tactical casualty combat care training while integrating Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and patrolling. The exercise served to give the Sailors a basic understanding of MCMAP and patrolling fundamentals while ...

Airmen TCCC

Photo
9/18/2015
Staff Sgt. Derek Ables (left), 21st Security Forces Squadron, establishes an airway on a simulated patient using a nasopharyngeal tool during a pilot course for Tactical Combat Casualty Care.

Staff Sgt. Derek Ables (left), 21st Security Forces Squadron, establishes an airway on a simulated patient using a nasopharyngeal tool during a pilot course for Tactical Combat Casualty Care.

TCCC2

Photo
8/14/2015
Staff Sgt. Clay Porter, 435th Security Forces Squadron Ground Combat Regional Training Center instructor, is treated for a simulated gunshot wound during the Tactical Combat Casualty Care.

Staff Sgt. Clay Porter, 435th Security Forces Squadron Ground Combat Regional Training Center instructor, is treated for a simulated gunshot wound during the Tactical Combat Casualty Care.

Needle Decompression of Tension Pneumothorax and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation TCCC

Report
10/11/2011

Defense Health Board: Needle Decompression of Tension Pneumothorax and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation TCCC

Proposed Revisions to Fluid Resuscitation in TACEVAC and Hypothermia Prevention in TCCC

Presentation
8/18/2010

Proposed Revisions to Fluid Resuscitation in TACEVAC and Hypothermia Prevention in TCCC briefing presented to the Defense Health Board Aug. 18, 2010

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