It's dark. Your Nods have run out of battery. All you can see are muzzle flashes & tracers. Your ears are filled with a cacophony of shouting Russians, bullet cracks & the desperate yells for a Medic of your hurting team. Another round impacts your chest. You can feel yourself bleeding out. Resigned to your fate, you empty the remainder of your mag and slump back to the dirt as you hear the dead man's click.
Then, suddenly, a figure crashes through the brush. They throw themselves down next to you, tear open their bag and hook up an IV of blood. You smile, your medic is here. Everything will be alright.
And now you, yes! You! can learn to be that life saving miracle worker!
This training session will cover all the basics.
1) Advanced Medical and how it works
2) Advisory loadout
3) Theory lessons on Battlefield Triage & Treatment
4) Practical Assessments
I can realistically train about 8 in one go; but if its received well I can always host more.
EDIT: I moved it to Saturday because I'm dumb and can't use the calendar properly.