»Combat Lifesaver and Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Combat Lifesaver and Tactical Combat Casualty Care
  • Price: $400.00
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Round Count:
    300 rds 5.56 UTM Student note- Please do not bring any steel core, armor piercing or tracers. They will not be allowed in any SofNet courses.
  • Prerequisites:

Course Dates

  • No Course Dates Scheduled


The Combat Lifesaver is a non-medical Soldier who provides lifesaving measures as a secondary mission as his/her primary (combat) mission allows. The Combat Lifesaver may also assist the combat medic in providing care and preparing casualties for evacuation when the Combat Lifesaver has no other combat duties to perform. The Soldiers will be expected to pass both a 40 question written test, as well as a practical evaluation.

The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course introduces evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield. NAEMT conducts TCCC courses under the auspices of its PHTLS (PreHospital Trauma Life Support) program, the recognized world leader in prehospital trauma education. The course is designed for combat EMS/military personnel, including medics, corpsmen, and pararescue personnel deploying in support of combat operations/casualty care.

Both CLS/TCC evolutions will provide real world scenario's in a environment of controlled chaos.


Training Topics

  • Treat the casualty
  • Prevent additional casualties
  • Complete the mission

Required Equipment

  • AR platform chambered in 5.56
  • 4 - 5.56 Magazines w/pouches to support them
  • Chest Rig, Load Bearing Equipment, Plate carrier or equivalent
  • Blow Out Kit (minimum of tourniquet, Israeli bandage, Quick Clot, rubber gloves, medical sheers and Tape)
  • Eye Protection
  • Ear Protection
  • Notepad
  • Writing Utensils
  • Hydration System
  • Sunblock
  • It is essential to wear comfortable clothes and/or clothing that you would wear in your tactical environment.

Recommended Equipment


Food & Water

Recommended 1 gallon water per day, Students will not be released for lunch. Enough food to support lunch and a day of shooting should be carried in each day.