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GRP 33-On this episode we have Jay Paisley back on the show. Jay served for 20 years in the US Army with 15 of those years in Special Forces. He was an 18 Delta Special Forces Medic with the 5th Special Forces Group, and went on to serve as a medic in a Special Missions Unit. We discuss the responses to mass shootings on the first responders side of the house.
In some detail that most people aren’t discussing, and bring to light some ideas that are certainly worth exploring as a nation when it comes to trauma medicine. Wouldn’t it make sense for High Schools to teach students over the course of 4 years how to deal with basic trauma using tourniquets, and other devices? Below is an excerpt from our conversation:
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GRP 33- Jay Paisley from Crisis Application Group is back on the show. Jay spent 15 years in Special Operations units as a medic. Listen in as we discuss responses to mass shootings, and methods to train the population in basic trauma medicine.
John Hendricks: There’s a lot of debate about nationalizing the medical training for EMT’s and first responders. I’m not sure exactly what people are saying about it, but I know there’s a pushback against that. I know you specifically don’t agree with it. Can you explain why?
Jay Paisley: In a nut shell unless you want your emergency services ran like the post office then we probably need to avoid that. The bottom line is every municipality has got its different rules for budgeting, who’s in charge of what. There’s different geographical responses, and population responses. It’s impractical to think we’re going to capture with a single unifying medical protocol nation wide. If the federal government wants to get involved, and facilitate this dialogue there’s a few things they can do.
One is on the financial side. A lot of these municipalities are cash strapped and don’t have the ability to fund these programs. There is a virtual army of veterans who are more then qualified to run these TCCC, TECC programs on the civilian side for the municipalities. Secondly I think public education can take on a couple new forms. One I think everybody is starting to realize the value of learning how to put on a tourniquet.
I think that’s generally well received within the civilian community. Again if the federal government wants to get involved my challenge would be to access the public school system. There’s no reason why 20 hours freshmen year, 10 hours sophomore, 10 hours junior, then cap it off with 20 hours for senior year this broken down over the course of a high school career. We couldn’t educate a national audience over the course of a generation or two. #GlobalReconPodcast #CAGMain #CrisisApplicationGroup #TCCC #Education #Medics #SOF
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GRP 20-On todays episode of the podcast we conducted two separate interviews. The first interview is with combat veteran and owner of Krupto Strategic Nick Betts. Nick spent 8 years in the Army as an Infantrymen, serving his first tour in Ramadi, Iraq which was one of the most contested cities of the entire campaign. Stories of combat in Ramadi have been brought to light by books like American Sniper written by Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Betts served in Ramadi with the SEALs during his tour there, and gives us a combat story as well.
In the second interview Mike Glover has on Will Harbin the Chairman & CEO of KIXEYE, a leading developer and publisher of online games and a pioneer in free-to-play gaming. Over the last six years, Harbin has led KIXEYE to become one of the top gaming companies in North America. In addition to founding numerous other companies, he is also an avid shooter, hunter, and sportsman. Mike and Will discuss leadership, and will gives some great advice on how to build a team that will lead to success for any business.
The webinar will be held on Saturday April 9th at 4pm eastern standard time. In this webinar we will be discussing survival psychology-why people live and die, review a survival case study, discuss training methodology for filling the gap, and establish survival techniques and procedures that will increase your ability to react and survive a natural or man-made catastrophe. This block of instruction will last approx. 2-2hr-30min. Followed by 30 minutes of Q&A on survival and preparedness. The webinar will cost $79.99. Go to www.fieldcraftsurvival.com and under the store tab click training. There you can find the option to purchase your slot for the webinar.
Mike Glover the Co-Owner of FieldCraft Survival is a former Special Forces SGM, Sniper, and Survival Expert. He has worked as a USG Contractor for a government agency for 3 years in austere "low visibility" environments and is an expert in trade craft, field craft, survival preparedness and low visibility operations.
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