Tactical Combat Casualty Care - All Service Members (TCCC-ASM Tier-1) 8 hour course

This course provides the standardized Tactical Combat Casualty Care All Service Members (TCC-ASM Tier-1). This course is a specialized training program designed to provide military service members and non-medical providers with the knowledge and skills needed to provide basic medical aid to trauma casualties in a tactical combat environment. The TCC-ASM Tier-1 curriculum is intended to familiarize our course participants with TCCC concepts and basic lifesaving skills to ensure the basic competencies to render medical aid to a trauma casualty.

  • Course Duration: The TCCC-ASM Tier-1 course is typically an 8-hour program, offering a concise yet comprehensive introduction to tactical combat casualty care.
  • Course Objective: The primary objective of the course is to familiarize all service members, including those without medical backgrounds, with the fundamental concepts and basic lifesaving skills of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). TCCC is a set of principles and techniques specifically designed for providing care in combat or tactical situations.
  • Curriculum: The TCCC-ASM Tier-1 course covers key aspects of TCCC, including:
  • Injury Assessment: Participants learn how to assess injuries and prioritize care based on the severity of injuries.
  • Hemorrhage Control: Techniques for controlling severe bleeding, which is a common and critical issue in combat situations.
  • Airway Management: Basic principles and strategies for maintaining airways to ensure that casualties can breathe effectively.
  • Respiratory Management: Participants are taught how to address respiratory issues that may arise in a combat environment.
  • Circulation Management: Strategies for addressing circulatory problems, including shock and hypotension.
  • Head Injuries/Hypothermia Management: Strategies to managing (traumatic brain injuries) TBIs and hypothermia in a combat environment. 


This course aims to ensure that participants have a basic level of competency in rendering medical aid to trauma casualties in a combat setting. While it does not replace the extensive medical training provided to combat medics or corpsmen, it equips all service members with the essentials to potentially save lives until more advanced medical care is available utilizing a standardized Curriculum.