What is your first concern during care under fire?
a. Providing care for a wounded soldier.
b. Continue the mission.
Recovering non-essential equipment.
d. Gaining fire superiority.
You have multiple casualties. Casualty A has minor wounds; Casualty B has
major injuries; and Casualty C is in cardiopulmonary arrest due to massive blood
loss. You are the only medic available. What is your best course of action?
a. Begin CPR on casualty C.
b. Triage your supplies and casualties; treat casualty B.
Wait until more help arrives.
Intravenous access should be gained during which phase of TC3?
a. Care under fire.
b. Tactical field care.
Two large bore IVs wide open should be started for all casualties.