Following the TCCC / TECC Care Under Fire guidelines, rendering of aid is performed in three different phases of care, depending on the threat level:
Rendered while under attack or in adverse conditions.
Rendered while the threat has been suppressed but may resurface.
Rendered when threat is neutralized, or conditions are no longer adverse.
CUF-TQ: NAR Combat Application Tourniquet
CUF-1: Bleeding Control Kit w/ Gauze
CUF-1+: Bleeding Control Kit w/ Hemostatic Gauze
Supplemental components added to your Hot Zone kit for full MARCH intervention work.
Supplemental components added to your Hot and Warm Zone kits for triage work, bandaging and splinting & tactical evacuation care.
Individual CUF kits are sold exclusively through the ranges we partner with for our firearms and medical training programs.
Our entire CUF kit lineup ordered in larger volume, as well as fully customized kits (see example below) are available to corporate clients such as businesses, churches, schools, LE agencies, etc.
North American Rescue
Tactical Medical Solutions
North American Rescue Squad Bags and IFAK's
Tac Med Solutions Tourniquet Pouches
Tac Med Solutions SOF Tourniquets & Pouches for EDC
Squad Bag 1
Bleeding Control, Bandaging and Respiration Kit.
Low Profile Compact EDC IFAK's
Squad Bag 2
Airway, Circulation and Evacuation Kit
Two Squad Bags, Two EDC IFAK's with Additional TQ's & Pouches
One Tac Med Solutions Foxtrot Litter
Knowing full well that medical training can be overwhelming for those who lack prior training or experience, we offer three different course options, broken up by threat level - HOT ZONE, WARM ZONE and COLD ZONE training.
Click on the images below for a full description to each of the courses.
Direct Threat Care Training
is conducted via our American College of Surgeons STOP THE BLEED® course.
No prerequisite is required.
Indirect Threat Care Training
Both Direct Threat (HOT) and Indirect Threat (WARM) care, along with an introduction to Evacuation Care (COLD) are covered in our Exigent Care course.
No prerequisite required.
Have you ever drawn your handgun, fired a few rounds down range, then safely re-holstered it? If not, you might consider beginning a progressive, real world oriented training program with us.