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Tactical Combat Casualty Care

3 Day Course with Low Light Operations


Course Overview

LRRAT’s Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course is designed to put the students in a high intensity training environment while providing life saving techniques. This three-day course will be taught both in the classroom and LRRAT’s field training facility. Day 1 will consist of class room instructions. Day 2 will start in the classroom and prior to lunch, each student will complete a NAEMT multiple choice test.  After lunch, students will start field training exercises after a safety briefing and being split up into teams. Day 2 will be the longest day of the course running into early evening time to cover Low Light Triage and Care. Day 3 will continue with field exercises and field practical assessments.


Day 1: 8 Hours (08:30 -16:30) Lunch will be from 11:30 to 12:30

Day 2: 12 Hours (08:30 - 20:30) Lunch will be from 11:30 to 12:30 Dinner will be from 17:00 to 18:00

Day 3: 8 Hours (08:30 - 16:30) Lunch will be from 11:30 to 12:30

​Day 1 will be all classroom lectures and will cover the following:

  1. Triage 

  2. Massive Hemorrhage 

  3. Airway Management 

  4. Respirations/Breathing 

  5. Circulation 

  6. Hypothermia 

  7. Eye Trauma 

  8. Patient Monitoring 

  9. Pain Medications and Management 

  10. Antibiotics 

  11. Burns 

  12. Splinting 

  13. CPR 

  14. Communications 

  15. Documentation                                                                                                                            

Day 2 and 3 will be held and will introduce the students to LRRAT’s Advanced Tactics Instructors that will be playing the roles as Hostiles Forces and Injured Personnel. Students will be placed in various stressful but safe scenarios from over turn vehicles, care under fire, triage from explosions and other scenarios that will test the student on all the skill they learned from Day 1. Each student will also be taught the following during the field training:​

  1. Tactical Field Care

  2. Care under fire or active threat

  3. How to establish a safe parameter

    • Team Communications

  4. Triage and Care in Low Light Operations

​We highly recommend each student bring as much gear as they wish to bring. If the students wish to run this portion of the course with their firearms, the Range Safety Officers and Advanced Tactics Instructors will clear and safe all weapons in the training area. No loaded magazines are allowed in the field training area. This is for all of our safety.​

Upon completion of TCCC, each student will be awarded a certificate from NAEMT for a minimum of 16 continuing education credits, a certificate from Little River Range and Training, TCCC patch.

​Equipment Needed 

**Items 10-17 are optional and are not required for the course**

Day 1 will only need note taking materials and snacks.    

Day 2 and 3:

  1. Field uniform or clothes that will hold up outdoors.

  2. Quality belt

  3. Good boots with good ankle support

  4. Any gear the student wishes to bring.

    1. Weapons will be checked and made safe. NO loaded magazines allowed in the training area.

    2. Make sure all equipment is in good operational condition.

  5. PPE

    1. Sunglasses

    2. Ear protection

      1. Electronic is preferred but not required.

        1. Certain scenarios involve loud explosions.

    3. Gloves

    4. Sunscreen

  6. Water or Gatorade. Ice chests will be provided in the field.

  7. Flashlight

    1. Handheld

    2. Head mounted

  8. Chemical Lights

  9. Note taking material.

  10. Pistol or Rifle (All firearms will be empty during the course) **Optional**

    1. Holster and slings are required if weapons will be used.

  11. Knee and Elbow Pads **Optional**

  12. Plate carrier or battle belt **Optional**

  13. 50 rounds of pistol ammunition **Optional**

  14. 50 rounds of rifle ammunition **Optional**

  15. 2 pistol magazines **Optional**

  16. 2 rifle magazines **Optional**

  17. Magazine holders **Optional**​

If you have any question about this course, please email and one of the instructors will get back with you. 



Cost: $600.00

Time: Day 1 08:30 -16:30

Time: Day 2 08:30 - 20:30

Time: Day 3 08:30 - 16:30

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