Podcast 187 Medical Readiness with Karl Rehn and Caleb Causey

By on May 25, 2017

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Today:  I talk with Caleb Causey and Karl Rehn about medical training and readiness. Do you know the basics?  Can you save someone that is bleeding out in front of you?  Don’t wait until something happens and try to fake it.  Get some training and be ready for a medical emergency.  It could be your life or a loved one’s life you save.

 

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Podcast Outline:

Manchester Terrorist Attack

Having Rally Points

Probability of Needing Medical Gear v. Extra Magazine

Drags and Carries, learn some

Times and Waiting

Moving People

Practice and Training

KRTraining.com for Karl Rehn

Lonestarmedics.com Caleb Causey

Joint Medical Class coming up: Check out Caleb and Karl’s medical and tactical class coming up.  Schedule here and how to sign up.

 

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Ben

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