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Instructor Will is flying in to join us for the last weekend of January, 2022. Plan for a exciting weekend of night vision, force on force CQB, and tactical medicine.

Will is extremely current working in the “real world”, and I am excited to give you guys a chance to train with him and to pick his brain for updates on most current training methodologies and combat tactics. I cannot stress how valuable an opportunity this is to learn from a super knowledgeable and passionate instructor.

This is your opportunity to learn about, or refresh your training about treating blast, stab, and gun shot injuries in the hostile field environment, based upon the most current TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) principles, with additional and valuable conversations about Will’s experience being himself a blast and head trauma victim, and still helping others as a first responder during a mass casualty incident. This is the state of the art for what we currently know about trauma medicine and combat first aid.

This class is very hands-on. This class is geared towards both first time students who are new to trauma medicine, as well as refresher students who have had basic trauma medicine training, and are looking for review, and more intense “pressure testing” exercises to put it all together.

9am to 5pm

Valley of Orion, in the vicinity of Mount Hamilton and San Antonio Valley. 1 hours east of San Jose, 1 hour south from Livermore. We will email you detailed driving directions when you sign up.

There are no prerequisites.

Required Equipment:

Water, snacks, sun screen, close toe shoes, note taking material. Dress for athletic movement and outdoor activity (we hold class rain or shine). You should bring your weapons, armor, personal IFAK (individual first aid kit) and/or EDC loadout and train in your gear. 



This class, as with most all our programs, is operated on donation. I ask that you provide $125 per person for tuition, but I will accept any amount between $50 and $250. This type of training requires a larger class size and many training partners to practice with, with less 1-on-1 attention from the instructor. Typical classes are 12-20 students. For the 2021-2022 school year, I have updated the website to accept credit card payments directly to decrease confusion, no-shows, and administrative workload.


Brian Wang is the event organizer. He can be reached at 408-892-5460 or

Cancellation Policy: 

There is no penalty to reschedule your class as long as you provide written notice at least 1 hour before the start of class by email to Your credit is good for 1 year. We do not provide refunds.

Additional information


Sunday January 30th, 2022 at 9am