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"Tactical Medicine: For Special Operations Units"

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"The Tactical Medicine Handbook" is the quintessence of experience and knowledge gained during the existence of the Azov unit. Lessons learned during combat operations in Mariupol, Ilovaisk, Shyrokyne, and Maryinka are reflected on these pages. The Azov unit has a multinational composition, and along with volunteers from Europe, international experience in providing emergency medical care in combat conditions has been brought to us. Progressive organizations striving for development draw knowledge from more experienced counterparts, and Azov is no exception.

The training programs for unit fighters are based on the advanced experience of the armies of Israel, NATO, and the United States. We strive for and confidently move towards such a level of organization and training.

The Azov unit has a voluntary nature, which positively influences the level of fighters' knowledge, motivation, physical, and mental endurance. This handbook makes a positive contribution to the amount of knowledge that the Azov Regiment fighters can and want to absorb. Following progressive global trends involves using modern equipment, the description of which you can find on the pages of our handbook.

The Combat Lifesaver (CLS) program served as the basis for the course on providing emergency medical care in combat conditions, which has proven itself well worldwide. Considering the peculiarities of conducting hybrid warfare, the program has been supplemented with topics and sections whose necessity has been confirmed during the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO).

"The Tactical Medicine Handbook" was created by Azov Regiment fighters for their comrades.

"Tactical Medicine: For Special Operations Units"

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"The Tactical Medicine Handbook" is the quintessence of experience and knowledge gained during the existence of the Azov unit. Lessons learned during combat operations in Mariupol, Ilovaisk, Shyrokyne, and Maryinka are reflected on these pages. The Azov unit has a multinational composition, and along with volunteers from Europe, international experience in providing emergency medical care in combat conditions has been brought to us. Progressive organizations striving for development draw knowledge from more experienced counterparts, and Azov is no exception.

The training programs for unit fighters are based on the advanced experience of the armies of Israel, NATO, and the United States. We strive for and confidently move towards such a level of organization and training.

The Azov unit has a voluntary nature, which positively influences the level of fighters' knowledge, motivation, physical, and mental endurance. This handbook makes a positive contribution to the amount of knowledge that the Azov Regiment fighters can and want to absorb. Following progressive global trends involves using modern equipment, the description of which you can find on the pages of our handbook.

The Combat Lifesaver (CLS) program served as the basis for the course on providing emergency medical care in combat conditions, which has proven itself well worldwide. Considering the peculiarities of conducting hybrid warfare, the program has been supplemented with topics and sections whose necessity has been confirmed during the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO).

"The Tactical Medicine Handbook" was created by Azov Regiment fighters for their comrades.