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Military Vehicle Rescue

Specialising in Military Vehicle Rescue, with a vast knowledge and experience working with Military Regiments and Workshop Teams - for more information please get in touch.

Military vehicle rescue training is an important aspect of military operations. It involves training personnel to safely and efficiently rescue and recover of casualties and military vehicles in various challenging situations. This type of training is crucial for ensuring the readiness and effectiveness of military forces.

During military operations, vehicles can get stuck, damaged, or disabled due to accidents, enemy action, or adverse environmental conditions. They may also involve extricating casualties from hazardous situations, such as combat zones, or vehicle impact with internal structure deformation or access problems.

To specialize in military vehicle rescue training, rtc-rescue offers a range of courses and services tailored to the needs of military personnel. These include:

  • Equipment operation and maintenance: Instruction on the proper use, operation, and maintenance of recovery equipment, such as winches.

  • Risk assessment and planning: Teaching personnel how to assess the risks associated with vehicle recovery operations and develop effective rescue plans to minimize potential dangers.

  • Communication and coordination: Emphasizing the importance of effective communication and coordination among team members during rescue operations, as well as with other military units involved.

  • Scenario-based training: Providing realistic scenarios and simulations to replicate challenging recovery situations, allowing personnel to practice their skills in a controlled environment.

  • Vehicle recovery techniques: Teaching personnel various methods and tools used for recovering vehicles, such as winching, towing, lifting.

  • Hazard identification and mitigation: Training on identifying potential hazards during rescue operations and implementing safety measures to protect personnel and equipment.

​It's essential to keep up with the latest advancements in military vehicle technology, recovery techniques, and safety protocols to offer the most effective and up-to-date training to military personnel.

"I thought the course was very good, both the people running the course where very knowledgeable and engaging. I genuinely felt the I got more from that afternoon than 3 days with another training provider for first aid.

I think we should defiantly purchase a ‘Reeve sleeve’ and if possible Annie so we can keep refreshed on the CPR training"

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