Jay P.

Jay P.

TACMED and SOF: (18Z) ret. 5th Special Forces Group (A) and 1st SFOD-D.

20 year highly motivated and decorated Army veteran who has served in both conventional units and in Special Operations in war and peacetime. World class survival science instructor. 

Specialties: Combat Marksmanship, Military Freefall, Urban Evasion, Explosive and conventional Breaching, Tactical Combat Medicine, Austere Critical Care Medicine, HUMINT and Counter Surveillance, CBRN mitigation, and low-visibility operations.

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U.S.M.C Seals vs USN SEALs?

Why are SEALS in the US Navy?

Im writing this article to ask why NOT the Marine Corps? Before we get into the meat and potatoes of this discussion let me give you some background on where I am coming from before folks begin to argue and get off topic. I spent my enitre military career in the US Army and almost all of that time in the Special Forces. I am not asking this question as a "Green Beret" rather as a tax payer. To me, a tax payer, Navy SEALS don't make any sense, however Marine Corps SEALs resonate with me.

Abdominal Aortic Tourniquet (AAT)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql7w9ho79T8&w=560&h=315 Published on Jul 19, 2013 The Abdominal Aortic Tourniquet (AAT) is the most stable device available to treat non-compressible junctional pelvic bleeding. It is FDA approved for difficult to control inguinal bleeding. The AAT is the only junctional device that has actually saved human life! Click here to learn more!
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