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A podcast to provide continuing education and on-demand reviews for the Pararescue community. All medical providers with an interest in remote and austere medicine, and rescue in both the tactical and non-tactical settings will find value in the material posted here. PJs - you may log the hours you spend listening to the material in this podcast in your training folders.
 
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Chief, recently retired, was one of 6 PJs on site for the attack on the Khobar Towers 25 JUN 1996 in Saudi Arabia during Operation Southern Watch. There were 19 deaths and 498 injured making this one of the largest Military Mass Casualty Responses. This is an exceptional discussion starting with his career over 31 years and a snapshot into PJ Ops o…
 
Hear this inspiring story of a private citizen stepping up to provide a great service to our community. How it began, and the devotion to SOF Veterans in need. She has provided ~30 dogs to many different SOF Veterans agnostic to branch of service. Service dogs and Veterans are matched, and trained for specific support functions in addition to the n…
 
Max and Morgan do a great job with the DUSTOFF MEDIC Podcast. We recorded this with USN CAPT Walrath and USA COL Smith. I am proud to be amongst these great Physician Leaders and happy to share this episode of the DUSTOFF Medic Podcast. Please subscribe and support these guys- they are true professionals and dedicated medical providers. We are luck…
 
Scotty is a dynamic and brilliant instructor. He is passionate and entertaining. But most importantly, he has created teaching methods for invasive life saving procedures and anatomy training that captivate his students while learning a ton. Scotty educates civilian and military medics. But perhaps a unique attribute and accomplishment which has be…
 
Good money Great for prolonged care training Excellent clinical experience EMAIL- recruiting@rvtsolutions.com We will be discussing this, and another option shortly. Great news! Increasing opportunities for Medics to contract and make a difference at home, or new transitioning opportunities. This is the beginning of Domestic healthcare recognizing …
 
Doc R was a Ranger turned Emergency Medicine Doc- went on to become a Ranger Bat and SOAR Bat Doc, then SOAR Med Director. Great story, discussion of memorable missions and lessons learned. Then we focus on tips for medics, med directors and in flight medical operations. Doc R shares his unique perspective as a Ranger turned SOF Doc with insightful…
 
https://www.benning.army.mil/infantry/amws/ This is great stuff. This Senior Medic talks about lessons learned from the Army Mountain Warfare Center in Jericho, VT. These practical and wise LLs are relatable to all of combat medicine. 1- be present in the moment and thrive 2-cut weight where it makes sense, knowledge weighs nothing 3-while being pr…
 
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