Expert Field Medic Training

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To become an Expert Field Medic , you must complete the 4-part Expert Field Medical Training. As a Expert Field Medic, you must utilize both your mental and physical skills to save lives. Part 1-3 of Expert Field Medic School is an academic component that covers basic first aid (airway management, bleeding control, and treating for shock). Part 4 of Expert Field Medic School allows you to test your new found skills out in the field as shown below.


Once you have completed the four-part program, you will be allowed to mark the “Request as Medic” box in the class selection menu. To learn more about how to play as a medic, see Expert Field Medic.

Attending the Combat Life Saver School Field Training
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Attending the Combat Life Saver School Field Training
Attending to an injured Soldier at the CLS
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Attending to an injured Soldier at the CLS










In addition, as a qualified Expert Field Medic you will be able to apply a Field Dressing to yourself when injured. This Field Dressing will reduce blood loss by 50% until a medic can render you aid. You must be in the crouched or prone position to use the Field Dressing.

You must be crouched or prone to apply field dressing
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You must be crouched or prone to apply field dressing
Applying a field dressing
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Applying a field dressing

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