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The Dogs of War Are in High Demand August 29, 2017 Kyle Stock - Bloomberg Company News After sending hundreds of canines to post Sept. 11 battlefields, the Pentagon is buying robot pooches to help train medics. War is hell for almost everyone who gets near it. This includes animals—especially the hundreds of dogs the U.S. military has sent to serve alongside soldiers in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere since Sept. 11. Now, the Pentagon is taking steps to make sure more of them come home. The armed services have had dogs since about day one. At the moment, roughly 1,6...
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TraumaFX and North American Rescue Partner to Bring Advanced Medical Training Simulators to First Responders May 22, 2017 TraumaFX Press Release May 22, 2017 - SAN ANTONIO, TX and FAIRFAX, VA - TraumaFX, a business unit of Kforce Government Solutions, today announced a partnership with North American Rescue (NAR) to be the exclusive distributor for TraumaFX’s new Emergency Medical Trauma Trainer (EMITT) and other manikin systems for the first responder market. EMITT is a new mid-fidelity medical patient simulator system designed to meet the emerging training requirements of Police, Fire, EMS, and emergency medical professionals. EMITT i...
Lifelike K-9 Simulator Used to Train K-9 Handlers on Lifesaving Techniques
Lifelike K-9 Simulator Used to Train K-9 Handlers on Lifesaving Techniques July 14, 2016 Mike Sugerman, KPIX 5 Company News SAN MATEO (KPIX 5) — The people who brought you Star Wars now present the world’s most lifelike fake dog....
Combat Medics Deliver the Best Medicine
Combat Medics Deliver the Best Medicine May 05, 2016 Sgt. 1st Class Whitney Hughes Company News "Superior firepower is the best medicine on the battlefield," says Tim Cranton a paramedic, former combat medic, and now the lead instructor for the International Combat Lifesaver Course. This is one of the ways he gets his students thinking tactically about battlefield medicine. Cranton is one of several instructors that run the week-long course, based on the U.S. Army's Combat Lifesaver Course, at the U.S. Army Europe Headquarters in Wiesbaden. About 70 students from six diff...
New Medical Training Techniques May Help Save Lives
New Medical Training Techniques May Help Save Lives March 17, 2016 Hollie Thrasher Company News "Our died of wounds rate over the past 10 years for the conventional Army is about 16% , our died of wounds rate for Army Rangers is about 5.8%," said Colonel Dan Irizarry. The difference has a lot to do with battlefield medical training for not just medics, but every soldier....
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