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Ranger Medic Handbook (2007)

Ranger Medic Handbook (2007)

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Published by "Rufus"
Most recent edition I could find. Good book to have in your emergency library.
Most recent edition I could find. Good book to have in your emergency library.

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Published by: "Rufus" on May 18, 2010
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Ranger Regiment Trauma Management Team (Tactical)Ranger Medic Handbook
In Memoriam to Our FallenRanger Medic Comrades…
SFC Marcus V. Muralles
KIA – 28 June 2005 – Afghanistan Operation: Enduring Freedom 
Special Operations Flight Medic 2003-2005HHC, 3/160
Special Operations Aviation RegimentCompany Senior Medic and Platoon Medic 1999-2003B Co, 3
Battalion, 75
Ranger RegimentCompany Senior Medic and Platoon Medic 1990-1993C Co, 3
Battalion, 75
Ranger Regiment
PFC James M. Markwell
KIA – 20 December 1989 – Panama Operation: Just Cause 
Platoon Medic 1989C Co, 1
Battalion, 75
Ranger Regiment
…and one for the Airborne Ranger in the Sky.
Ranger Regiment Trauma Management Team (Tactical)Ranger Medic Handbook
Historically in warfare, the majority of all combat deaths have occurred prior to acasualty ever receiving advanced trauma management. The execution of the Rangermission profile in the Global War on Terrorism and our legacy tasks undoubtedly willincrease the number of lethal wounds.Ranger leaders can significantly reduce the number of Rangers who die ofwounds sustained in combat by simply targeting optimal medical capability in closeproximity to the point of wounding. Survivability of the traumatized Ranger who sustainsa wound in combat is in the hands of the first responding Ranger who puts a pressuredressing or tourniquet and controls the bleeding of his fallen comrade. Directingcasualty response management and evacuation is a Ranger leader task; ensuringtechnical medical competence is a Ranger Medic task.A solid foundation has been built for Ranger leaders and medics to be successfulin managing casualties in a combat environment. An integrated team response fromnon-medical personnel and medical providers must be in place to care for the woundedRanger. The Ranger First Responder, Squad EMT, Ranger Medic Advanced TacticalPractitioner, and Ranger leaders, in essence all Rangers must unite to provide medicalcare collectively, as a team, without sacrificing the flow and violence of the battle athand.An integrated team approach to casualty response and care will directly translateto the reduction of the died of wounds rate of combat casualties and minimize theturbulence associated with these events in times of crisis. The true success of theRanger Medical Team will be defined by its ability to complete the mission and greatlyreduce preventable combat death. Rangers value honor and reputation more than theirlives, and as such will attempt to lay down their own lives in defense of their comrades.The Ranger Medic will do no less.
I will never leave a fallen comrade…
Harold R. Montgomery Russ S. Kotwal, MD
MSG, USA LTC, MCRegimental Senior Medic Regimental Surgeon1997-Present 2005-Present
RHHC Senior Medic 3/75 Battalion Surgeon1995-1997 1999-20031/75 Plt, Co, BAS NCOIC1990-1995
Ranger Medic Handbook 2007 Edition75
Ranger Regiment, US Army Special Operations Command

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