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Combat Lifesaver Course

Combat Lifesaver Course

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Subcourse IS0871 Edition C
Combat Lifesaver Course: Student Self-Study
Subcourse IS0871 Edition C
Combat Lifesaver Course: Student Self-Study

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SUBCOURSE EDITIONIS0871 C
COMBAT LIFESAVER COURSE:STUDENT SELF-STUDY
 
 
(reverse of front cover)
 
IS0871 i
ADMINISTRATIVE PROBLEMS
 Questions of an administrative nature (such as missing pages in the subcourse booklet)should be addressed to your primary instructor (group leader). If you have questions ofan administrative nature after you have completed the course, you may write or call theArmy Institute for Professional Development (AIPD) at the following:Address: Army Institute for Professional DevelopmentATTN: ATIC-IPS (Student Services)U.S. Army Training Support CenterNewport News, VA 23628-0001Telephone: DSN 927-3335/3322Commercial (757) 878-3335/3322E-mail: sectiona@atsc.army.mil
CONTENT
 Questions about the content of this subcourse should be directed to your primaryinstructor (group leader). If you still have questions or comments concerning coursecontent, write or call the subject matter expert responsible for the subcourse, Mr.Donald Parsons.Address: U.S. Army Medical Department Center and SchoolDepartment of Combat Medic TrainingATTN: MCCS-AW3151 W W White RoadFort Sam Houston, TX 78234-6100Telephone: DSN 471-5235Commercial (210) 221-5235E-mail: Donald.Parsons@amedd.army.mil
CLARIFICATION OF TRAINING LITERATURE TERMINOLOGY
 When used in this publication, words such as "he," "him," "his," and "men" are intendedto include both the masculine and feminine genders unless specifically stated otherwiseor when obvious in context.This subcourse is approved for resident and correspondence course instruction. Itreflects the current thought of the U.S. Army Medical Department Center and Schooland conforms to Department of the Army doctrine as closely as currently possible.Development and progress render such doctrine subject to change.The "C" edition of IS0871 is a major revision of the previous "B" edition. Copies of
edition “B” should be destroyed and replaced by edition “C”.
This subcourse may bereproduced locally as needed.

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