Urgent Trauma & Tactical Medical Care -Grand Junction, CO

Date(s) - 08/10/2019 - 08/11/2019

Rocky Mountain Gun Club

When an emergency medical situation happens, are you trained and prepared to save your own life or others?
If you live and work in modern America, an ambulance and professional medical care is likely anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes away, possibly further. For those who go to or live outside established areas, whether in or outside the U.S., in-depth medical help may be hours or days away.
Those minutes or hours count.
Medically speaking, seconds count.
Life can end quickly waiting for an ambulance or other treatment.
Can you handle major injuries until professional medical treatment arrives? Do you too see the need to learn how to apply self-aid or medical aid to others when life may depend on your ability to apply that immediate aid?
Is your life and the lives of those you love worth your time and effort to invest in a day of medical training that will last you for the rest of your life and may even save your life?
For those attending, we look forward to meeting you and helping you medically prepare for the unexpected moment life sometimes forces on us. It is our sincere hope these skill are never needed…but just in case, we are committed to pass on life-saving information so you can help others live.
Our Urgent Trauma & Tactical Medical Care course is a trauma based medical course designed for persons’ with little to no medical experience. This course focuses on treating trauma based to the MARCH algorithm, used in advanced combat medicine courses (MARCH stands for: Massive hemorrhage, Airway, Respiratory, Circulation, and Hypothermia).
The training will includes classroom lecture and hands-on, realistic training. The students will leave this course with a high degree of confidence in their own abilities and realistic emergency treatment skills that does save lives in the moments that count.
This course is two days of training, addressing how to best provide immediate medical care needed by a victim until professional medical care can be brought to bear. The students will work their way through multiple injury situations with expert, guided training as we move through the course.
Though this is not a comprehensive list, some of what we will cover is listed below:
  • Physical, mental, and emotional reactions to stress, fear, and pain
  • A fighting and treatment mindset
  • When to treat medically and when not to treat
  • The body’s life-sustaining systems
  • M.A.R.C.H—Massive Hemorrhage, Airway, Respiratory, Circulation, Hypothermia
  • Staging, stowing, maintenance, and deploying an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit)
  • Hands-on use of an IFAK
  • Applying self-aid
  • Best types and application of Tourniquets
  • Airway management by treating sucking chest wound
  • Airway adjunct device placement (nasopharyngeal airway)
  • Basic and advanced wound care
  • Bandage(s) application and when to use & best types of hemostatic agents
  • Recognition / treatment of different injuries
  • Recognition and treatment of hemorrhagic shock
  • When and how to move or position victims with differing injuries
  • Medical response in an active threat, spree killer, or active shooter situation
  • Differences and use of cover vs. concealment
  • Mass casualty triage
  • Emergency medical speak (dealing with 911 dispatchers and cooperation with LE, Fire and EMS and First Responders)
  • And more, etc.
All training materials will be provided and will be at the classroom when the students arrive. Any food or non-alcoholic drinks wanted may be brought for during the day and we will have a break for lunch.
The cost of this course is $450 per person. If registering more than one person, please list the other person(s) name in the Comments Section below when registering.
Also, an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) is also available for purchase so students can leave the course with a high-quality IFAK filled with the items needed in a good, well-supplied IFAK. We have a solid knowledge of currently available IFAK’s and which ones are good. Based on our training and experience, we’ve assembled the best one possible from a highly-reputable supplier, while also adding a few needed items, and your IFAK will be ready for you at the class.

The IFAK available for purchase will include:

 2 Nitrile gloves
 1 SOF Tactical Tourniquet
 2 Compressed Gauze
 1 Israeli Bandage, 4″
 1 Halo chest seal, 2 pack
 1 NPA tube with lube, 28 Fr
 1  Medical Shears, 5.5″
 1 Cloth tape, 2″ x 10 yards
 1 IFAK Carry pouch
Note: The cost of this IFAK is $115 above and beyond the course itself and is a worthwhile investment we highly encourage you to purchase.
Defenders USA reserves the right to cancel or change the class date at any time, for any reason. If Defenders USA cancels the course for any reason, any students who had not already cancelled on their own will receive a full refund for the cost of this course.
Once a student registers, only 1/2 of the course cost will be refunded, if we are alerted of the cancellation less than seven days prior to the course. Once the day of the course arrives, any cancellations will not be refunded for the cost of the registration. We do not offer individual or group discounts for this course and this course is offered on a first come, first serve basis. This course is informational only and cannot currently be used for any formal certification(s).
Please feel free to contact us at adam@defenders-usa.com or call 970-986-0774 for more information.


Ticket Type Price Spaces
Urgent Trauma & Tactical Medical Care Class & ordering a complete IFAK
Purchasing both the course and also ordering an IFAK.
Urgent Trauma & Tactical Medical Care Class ONLY
Purchasing class attendance and needed supplies without ordering an IFAK.


“Here it is, my testimony. It started as thanks to you and (instructor name redacted for privacy purposes)  and other helpers but it turned into a testimony. Please, feel free to change wording, phrasing, whatever you feel like, so it will get my thoughts through better that I could express. English language is not my strong subject plus I have very limited vocabulary, so, help me out a little bit. I am not sure if I can mention (name redacted) in this…. I would like to. You, guys, are simply amazing people. You do your work with such a passion it is incredible. I think you are the most amazing people I met in my life. Having been through such stuff that most of the people cannot even imagine but you held on to your soul, to your heart, to your sanity and not only did not break but became strong example of courage and strength for all of us. It is also incredible how you could understand us – simple, regular people – and how you could teach us on our level. You are the true heroes and thank you very much for your service!

Thank you so much for all the work you did with us for the last three days. It was a truly amazing experience and it really changed the game of life for me (can I say so?). Besides legalities, which are important, no questions, I learnt about responsible handling, carrying and using the gun to defend lives. I not only learnt to shoot in different situations and conditions but I also really got inspired to do everything in my power to get myself fit, strong and smart so I can be “natural” and intuitive in using this deadly force (only) when needed instead of freezing and not being able to move which I know I have tendency to do. And, as you said, that ability comes from understanding – on the core level – the foundation of all aspects that are involved in defending life using a handgun – mental, psychological, emotional preparedness, awareness, etc.
Absolutely wonderful class, extremely professional and responsible trainers. I felt very safe all the time. Considering how much shooting was going on on the range it felt almost unreal how just 2-3 people (professional, experienced in real life situations instructors) could hold stable safety all the time. It is imperative (crucial) for any person who is intended to carry a gun or is going to carry a gun to go through this course. We all (people) will be more safe, more responsible, more aware, and more alive. I want to repeat – if you carry a gun you are responsible to learn how to properly use it. Otherwise you or somebody around you can get seriously hurt if not worse. Negligence is unforgivable in this matter. Negligence kills people. But knowledge and ability to use it goes a long-long way and we all can be much safer as a society. I feel this course has to be a mandatory for anybody carrying a gun.
So, thank you, guys! Thank you, Adam! Thank you! I will be coming back for sure! And I will tell everybody I know, who has a gun, about you.”