Selfish Prayer fans who use PROMO/COUPON code TF 7-17 will get a discount on our TF 7-17 First Aid/Tactical Medical Bag that is NOW AVAILABLE AT TRIPLE H CLOTHING IN FAIRFIELD. Or order yours by clicking below!
TRIPLE H TRADING INCORPORATED-TRAINING DIVISION (THTD)
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care for Private Citizens
Triple H Trading store is located at 1314 W. Texas Street, Fairfield CA 94533. A family owned and operated business since 1993 that has provided high quality clothing, apparel, training and gear at the lowest possible cost. Triple H has provided a wide variety of training and is very pleased to present: Tactical First Aid for Citizens (TFA-C)
This is a “no nonsense” 4-hour course designed for non-medically trained individuals, such as teachers, event staff, hunters, security personnel and private citizens. This course is adapted from modern tactical medicine as taught to our military and special operations law enforcement personnel. Concepts covered in this course include how to address immediate life-threatening injuries such as bleeding control, airway management, tourniquets, pressure dressings, occlusive dressings; how to properly prepare your medical gear, good Samaritan and other legal aspects. We teach how to treat the most commonly encountered preventable causes of death. This is NOT a typical basic first aid class. It will address specific injuries seen with penetrating and other trauma commonly encountered in catastrophic events. Attendees should be prepared to engage in practical, hands-on exercises, which will leave you far better prepared to respond and react to critical situations (wear clothes you don’t mind being dragged in).
There is no escaping the fact that the world is becoming a more dangerous place. In addition to providing training to law enforcement and other first responder personnel, THTD provides training for citizens who want to be better prepared for the unexpected, whether that be an accident in the home or a critical incident in which you, your family or loved ones find yourselves. This course trains ordinary citizens who may find themselves in extraordinary circumstances.
This class may save your life or the life of a loved one!
Please contact us at Triple H Trading Company - Training Division
Our next TFA-C course will be held:
When: Courses are on-going – please visit the following webpage for current class dates:
Where: 1310 W. Texas Street, Fairfield CA 94533
(The training room is located in the same complex as Triple H clothing store.)
*Attend this course or any Team 3 Tactical range courses and receive 10% off all merchandise.
Sabre Tactical continues on with Paul Castle’s vision of providing the most innovative and cost effective firearms training available, The CAR System.
Please visit the Sabre Tactical website for information and to sign up for their CAR eLearning Course.
The foundation seeks to provide academic scholarships and financial opportunities to deserving members of the armed services, in honor of Matt Axelson, US Navy SEAL, KIA in Afghanistan (Operation Red Wings).
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Proceeds benefit the Matthew Axelson Foundation.
How California National Guard DUSTOFF Changed the Face of Medevac amid Chaos, Carnage and Politics of War.
Check out this amazing book authored by Team 3 Tactical's very own Emmett Spratkes.
... whispering silent prayers for courage as they work. Driven by a deep-seated compassion for human life, Medevac crews risked their lives for their brothers in battle. Daring rescues, firefights, and courageous measures in the air and on the ground pushed their abilities beyond limits to ensure soldiers saw their loved ones again. This is the untold story of DUSTOFF - a company of National Guard lifesavers dedicated to a mission that moved beyond the bounds of deployment, and outside the borders of Afghanistan.
By recruiting civilian paramedics from the west coast, the 168th GSAB Medevac Company set out to prove their training model could save more lives of wounded soldiers than flight medics trained to the Army standard. Through eyewitness accounts of bloody battles, hoists into dangerous terrain under fire, and investing themselves to sheer exhaustion, they had one goal: bring our soldiers home alive.
The Army's documented results were staggering. The mortality rate of American, Coalition and civilian patients was cut in half while they were in theater. After they departed Afghanistan, it rose 50% to where it was before.
Returning home from deployment, their battle continued. Armed with damning evidence and a memory-fueled passion that led to face to face conflicts, they were marginalized and maligned. Undaunted, these men put their careers at risk. They fought for fundamental changes to ensure our soldiers receive the best care possible, forcing the Army's hand to finally do the right thing.