US Govt. employees, having received basic medical training (TCCC), will have to simulate medical treatment of Role Players in order to graduate. Role Players will don various latex wound simulators to provide more realistic treatment scenarios. Role Players will be required to learn/memorize “catastrophic trauma characters” and their associated symptoms and reactions. No actual or invasive medical treatment will occur – all activities will be simulated (apply a splint, apply pressure to stop bleeding, calm and soothe casualty, etc). Role Players will act in scenarios until found and attended to by 2-3 medical trainees while being observed by their Instructors. This Role Player scenario will happen once a week.
US Govt. employees, having received Firearms, Driving, Cultural and other pre-deployment training, will have to navigate Role Players in order to show proficiency in their particular course requirement. Role Players will don various localized clothing and carry props to provide more realistic scenarios. Role Players will be required to learn/memorize “characters” and their associated roles and reactions. This Role Player scenario will happen approximately once a week.