· Sayeret Matkal – Deep reconnaissance unit
· Shaldag – Air Force Commando Unit
· Duvdevan – An elite unit specializing in urban environment control
· Yamam – Israeli SWAT
The medical training for each unit was prior deployment training for medical teams. The trainees were operatives in the units including: operational medics, paramedics and doctors.
The training included lectures such as:
· Introduction to Tactical Medicine
· Care Under Fire (CUF)
· Tactical Field Care (TFC)
· Bleeding Control Strategies
· Airway Management
· Medical Assessment
· Tactical Evacuation (TACEVAC)
· Tourniquets and bleeding control
· Use of hemostatic agents
· Airway management
· Scenario-based simulations for care under fire and tactical field care
Two M-TACS instructors flew to the destination country to deliver 10-day intensive courses that included the following subjects:
· Trauma Mechanisms
· Medical Risk Assessment
· Familiarization with medical gear and kits
· Care Under Threat (CUT)
· Tactical Field Care
· Evacuation Practices
· Resuscitation and Defibrillation
· Scenario-based simulation
· And much more
All M-TACS instructors are former operational paramedics within the military and civilian arenas. The instructors who provided the training were highly experienced with security tactics (Facility Security / VIP Protection), contributing to achieving a common language with the trainees.
M-TACS supplied the company with all of the required tactical medical equipment , preparing the client for their missions and challenges abroad.
The trainees who accomplished the course received certificates from M-TACS signed by the CEO of M-TACS and the Head of the Advisory Board - Lieutenant Colonel (Res) Blumenfeld M.D., M.H.A
Case Study 3
The long-term training contract included the establishment of a medical array which which includes the training of new security personnel and preservation ability programs for the facility's operational medics (Former Navy SEALs).
The training was delivered after a facility assessment was completed, and, along with the managers and supervisors of the rigs, the threats and challenges were defined.
The instructors chosen for this project were Special Forces paramedics with extensive knowledge in combat and security applications.
For the last year, M-TACS has been the sole supplier of equipment and training to these facilities, which are considered the most secure in the world.
Case Study 4
M-TACS conducted a unique Tactical Medicine and Mass Casualty Event (MCE) seminar for European military physicians.
Case Study 5
M-TACS was approached by a leading financial institution in Israel to supply its strategic facility with comprehensive tactical medical solutions.
M-TACS rapidly assessed the risks and medical challenges that may endanger the facility and its management and delivered a turn-key tactical medical solution that included the following:·