Illinois National Guard

IMA Facilities
1/129th RTI
88M Transport Operator
2/129th RTI
25U Signal Support
92G Food Service
3/129th RTI
68W Sustainment Training
Combat Lifesaver Course
Combat Lifesaver Course
PURPOSE: To be the bridge between the self-aid/buddy-aid training given all soldiers during basic training and the medical training given to the combat medic.
SCOPE: On the battlefield, the ability of trained medical personnel to provide immediate, far forward care is limited. The combat lifesaver (CL) is a nonmedical soldier trained to provide emergency care as a secondary mission. Each squad and crew should have at least one member trained to be a CL. There have been major revisions to the Combat Lifesaver Course. AR 350-1, Army Training and Education, governs the Combat Lifesaver program and super cedes AR 350-41, Training in Units. See paragraph 4-12, AR 350-1 for additional information on the Combat Lifesaver program. The changes to this program are consistent with the tenets of Tactical Combat Casualty Care and reflect the current thought of the Army Medical Department Center and School while conforming to printed Department of the Army doctrine as closely as currently possible.

For ATTRS and school information:

SSG Daniel Brown
Course Catalog 2017