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    Quote Originally Posted by Hidyn View Post
    The human knee can in fact be milled. You never know when that could come in handy!
    The human knee can be drilled as well using a Black and Decker. Ask the IRA how cooperative people can be when that happens.
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    Reason #43 never to be taken alive
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    Tweezers.
    We were told he wasn't ready, now we know he will never be!

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    Advanced first aid training is pretty handy, especially if you have a family that you will be responsible for, and/or live in a rural area.

    Basic first aid is better than nothing, but something that deals with sucking chest wounds, impalement, and just general combat oriented triage can be pretty valuable. If you're in a bug-out situation and fending for your family in a remote area, or defending your home from attackers/robbers, basic first aid can often fall short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soph View Post
    Advanced first aid training is pretty handy, especially if you have a family that you will be responsible for, and/or live in a rural area.

    Basic first aid is better than nothing, but something that deals with sucking chest wounds, impalement, and just general combat oriented triage can be pretty valuable. If you're in a bug-out situation and fending for your family in a remote area, or defending your home from attackers/robbers, basic first aid can often fall short.
    I took a battlefield medicine course a few months back, what an eye opener! Great info everyone should have.

    https://www.rhodes-solutions.ca/

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    Quote Originally Posted by coastal View Post
    I took a battlefield medicine course a few months back, what an eye opener! Great info everyone should have.

    https://www.rhodes-solutions.ca/
    Nice! It's hard to find places that offer training more in tune with battlefield medicine in Canada. The first aid courses I've taken were super helpful, but only touched on trauma.

    I'd like to take more advanced stuff, but choices are limited, and extremely expensive. Not just in cost, but time away from work as well.

    A stand alone TCCC course near Calgary would be ideal. I think I saw a wilderness first aid course around here once. I don't remember why I didn't jump on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hidyn View Post
    Nice! It's hard to find places that offer training more in tune with battlefield medicine in Canada. The first aid courses I've taken were super helpful, but only touched on trauma.

    I'd like to take more advanced stuff, but choices are limited, and extremely expensive. Not just in cost, but time away from work as well.

    A stand alone TCCC course near Calgary would be ideal. I think I saw a wilderness first aid course around here once. I don't remember why I didn't jump on it.
    I'd shoot Nick an email, he travels all over doing courses. And he's a legit paratrooper badass haha.

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    Pantyhose.

    Almost as useful as duct tape.

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