Posts Tagged ‘ medical ’

Pocket Life-Saver EDC Med Kit

Apr 26th, 2013 | By

  “Without a doubt, tourniquets were a difference maker and saved lives.” said Dr. Joseph Blansfield, Trauma Program Manager, Boston Medical Center days after the Boston Terrorist Attack.  Dr. Blansfield went on to say, “Tourniquets that were applied both in the field, on the scene…as well as applied either en route, or on arrival at […]



Be the Lie Detector!

Apr 12th, 2013 | By

What do Leandro Aragoncillo, Karl Koecher, Aldrich Ames, Ana Balen Montes, and Gary Ridgeway, the Green River Killer, have in common? Yes, that’s right: they were all, except for Ridgeway, spies who beat the polygraph! The polygraph is one of the greatest hoaxes perpetrated on the intelligence community since it was sold to the US […]



WE CAN ALL USE SOME INSPIRATION

May 3rd, 2012 | By

No man is an island and we all need inspiration time to time. If you can pull your head out of your iPhone or laptop long enough you just might be amazed at what’s going on in the world around you. A couple of weeks ago I received an email from a fan of the TV […]



GCT MAG ADJUSTS TO THE WINDS OF CHANGE: Are You Prepared?

Apr 20th, 2012 | By

Nuclear Holocaust. Past Peak Oil. Economic Collapse. Influenza Outbreak…ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! The list could go on. Unless you’ve been living in Mother Goose’s boot, you’ve noticed things are not as they have been.  Things are much, much different… A friend from college, who had been living outside of the country since he graduated, visited last week. […]



A QUESTION OF PRIORITIES: Killing with no Regard for Healing

Apr 11th, 2012 | By

Take note of the date and time.  Check your clocks and your calendar.  Write it down if you have to, I’m about to admit an error on my part.  That’s right, my judgment was clouded. I mistakenly thought that when addressing the matter of traumatic first aid, life-saving measures used to stop-gap a potentially terminal […]



Israeli Combat Fitness/Medicine DVDs Set [DVD review/Radio Interview]

Mar 15th, 2012 | By

Emergencies are called emergencies because we don’t expect them. They’re like ambushes in life. But, like ambushes, we can prepare for them. Such was the lesson I was reminded on the 16th February, when I lost my father. He had been diagnosed with prostate cancer, cancer we thought all taken care of seven years through […]