Tactical Combat Casualty Care - TCCC

The TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) course is a specialized medical program designed to train military personnel to provide care for the wounded in the battlefield. The word "Tactical" in the title indicates that the course is focused on teaching medical care in a combat environment.

The TCCC was first developed in the United States in the 1990s as a response to the need to improve the level of medical training for military personnel. Subsequently, this course has been adopted as a standard of medical training in the armies of many countries around the world.

TCCC in Ukrainian

We are pleased to announce important news for the Ukrainian military and medical community: official TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) courses are now available in Ukrainian. This was made possible thanks to official permission from the Deployed Medicine organization, which is one of the world's recognized leaders in the field of medical training for the military.

Along with its practical significance for expanding access to high-quality medical training in Ukraine, this step also reflects increased international cooperation and recognition of the importance of Ukraine's military contribution to peacekeeping and defense efforts. It demonstrates the support of the international community and contributes to the development of military medicine infrastructure in Ukraine.

The availability of the TCCC course in Ukrainian opens up new opportunities for Ukrainian military personnel, medics, rescuers, and anyone working in high-risk environments. They can now receive first-class medical training tailored to their needs and language context.

Tactical Combat Casualty Care - TCCC

⚠️ The TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) medical guidelines posted on this site are helpful to all tactical medical care providers. But they DO NOT REPLACE PRACTICAL TRAINING and the getting of the practical skills.

By closing this block, you agree that you are aware of the need to take practical courses in providing medical care during military operations.