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After-Action Report: Tactical Medicine Lessons From Terror Attack

In an after-action report on a major terrorist attack on American soil, a team of medical professionals claims that first-responder agencies are not keeping pace with current terrorist methods in terms of their Tactical Medical Care preparedness. The present prevailing approach to training and equipment “emphasizes the need for hemorrhage control [for handgun wounds] but...
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SWAT Vet’s Research Analysis: Why Tactical Ops Succeed Or Fail

At the core of another recent research-based book are detailed dissections of what went wrong and what went right in six high-risk SWAT callouts where lives teetered on the edge–and in some cases were needlessly lost. SWAT Operations and Critical Incidents: Why People Die reflects the unique background of its author. Across a 30-year law...
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Force Science Gradudate Briefs Grand Jury On Action/Reaction Realities

Part of an ongoing series on real-world successes At the talking stage, the plan to bust a crew of Florida home invaders worked perfectly. An undercover detective from the Broward County SO who had infiltrated the group would call the five suspects to a warehouse to map out their next job, the robbery and possible...
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An Officer’s Down In A Kill Zone That’s Still Hot. What Should You Do?

Over the last 6 months, Dr. Matthew Sztajnkrycer, a “SWAT doc” from Minnesota, has exposed some 150 officers to this stressful and revealing training exercise: A patrol officer, answering a domestic violence call, is shot down as he exits his unit. Officers responding to 911 calls from the scene observe him slumped in a seated...
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