“I have over 25 years of military servie and multiple combat tours, and I cannot express enough how much I appreciate the thoroughness, professionalism and knowledge of your program and your medical staff. Thank you very much and I am recommending that the rest of my special operations personnel come through to receive this same high level training.”
-Naval Special Warfare Operator
“I have been through similar trianing many times during my 28 years in the military, but I can honestly say that I have learned the most from the past 2 days. The instructors were detailed, warm and laid back. It was clear that ever effort was being made to ensure that every single student was able to successfully learn the curriculum and there was never any question as to the experience and knowledge of the instructional staff. I was amazed how well I, and the civilains attending the class with me, performed on the final scenario despite our vastly different experience and skill sets entering into the class.”
-Career Military Expeditionary Warfare Instructor.
“I took this class July 15th and 16th with my son and 2 friends who are RNs, It was a great class. I’m an RN and was just looking to update my trauma skills and took it as a warm up for the TNCC class I have scheduled later this summer. My son is an EMT. My friend Will (RN) saw me with the book at work and just thought it looked cool. He signed up with his GF. That is how we ended up in this class.
This class was great for all of us and I highly recommend it for anyone who is able to take it. It offers a great new perspective for RNs on what care in the field can look like and what the priorities need to be.
There was a mix of military and civilians in the class and I just want to say that I as a civilian, I never felt “left out” or like I shouldn’t really be there. The instructors were great and some of the people in that course were some seriously qualified bad a**es.
The skills stations were specific and unlikely to be encountered in your other nursing type classes. Belly crawling to a casualty and applying an effective femoral tourniquet is something one has to practice to appreciate. Crics and needle decompressions are often an afterthought in ACLS and nice to focus on to become proficient.
EMS and military have embraced this course and it is open to RNs. So with the USA being the knife and gun club that it is, I’d like to just give my perspective as an RN that it is a worthwhile course to take.”
-Career Registered Nurse
The program was exceptional. The instructor Cadre brough knowledge and real world experience that made the course relatable to anyone, regardless of background.
-Naval Special Warfare Development Group Member