Combat & Casualty Care

Summer 2017

Military Magazines in the United States and Canada, Covering Combat and Casualty Care, first responders, rescue and medical products programs and news\Tactical Defense Media

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COL Marm: We support the readiness of both the generating and operating forces. On any given day, USAMMA is balancing the requirements of deploying units, medical equipment modernization and fielding, forward positioned theater contingency stocks and current operational in-theater demands. In the past year, we supported readi- ness through operations in Iraq/Syria, Afghanistan, and Kuwait with materiel sourcing solutions and medical main- tenance. We also fielded $25 million in medical materiel to tactical units world- wide in support of Army Contingency Operations to include unit activations, conversions, resets (e.g., replenishment) and modernizations. USAMMA also con- ducted 400 direct ship materiel delivery actions and executed materiel fielding visits. Another way we support readiness is through our vaccine distribution efforts. In the past year, the USAMMA Distribu- tion Operations Center (DOC) tracked and distributed more than 2.8 million toll free 1.866.839.3455 email: © 2017 Innovative Tactical Training Solutions. All rights reserved. INDUSTRY-LEADING DURABILITY AND FUNCTIONALITY ™ The Tactical Operations Medical Manikin (TOMManikin ™ ) is the industry's leading rugged trauma mannequin, engineered to realistically replicate a wide variety of traumatic injuries with several custom wound configurations to meet your specific training scenario needs. Constructed of silicone and welded steel, TOMManikin ™ weighs more than 160 lbs, with extremities that can withstand up to 6,000 lbs of pressure, making him the ideal choice for confined space, building collapse, care under fire, and entrapment training scenarios. Everything is remotely controlled via handheld remote, or ITTS Tablet with custom student evaluation checklists. Interventions include tourniquets, airway management (basic to advanced), needle decompression, chest tube, IV/IO, and wound packing on all configurations. With its full array of features, TOMManikin ™ is the best mannequin for the worst situations. Soldiers from the 28th Combat Support Hospital travel to Sierra Army Depot in Herlong, California, to receive new medical equipment from the Medical Materiel Readiness Program. (Ellen Crown, USAMMA) Summer 2017 | Combat & Casualty Care | 11 COMMANDER'S CORNER

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