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Hamburg Chief Praises
Tactical Care Course
Police and Law Enforcement News
Thursday, October 30
, 2008 7:50 p.m.

The Hamburg Police Department hosted a Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course on Monday, September 8, 2008.


The course was instructed by Trauma Training FX, Inc. (TFX) of Virginia Beach, VA and covered the following topics:  Anatomy and Physiology, Phases of Care, Hemorrhage Control, Airway Management, Chest Trauma, Abdominal Trauma, Bandaging and Splinting, Head and Spine Trauma, Burns, Shock and Hydration.

Fred Kolberg, a retired U.S. Navy SEAL, is the owner and lead instructor of Trauma Training FX. 

TFX is a premier company that provides instructional combat medical training to medical and non-medical personnel. Students are taught the most expedient way to save casualties in tactical situations or on the battlefield.


As a Navy SEAL 18D (Delta) medic, Mr. Kolberg specialized in combat medicine and excelled as a Vertical Assault Master, Expert Marksman, Helicopter Rope Suspension Training Master (HRST), Tactical Field Operator, Weapons Training, Surveillance Detection Counter Surveillance, Combat Swimmer, Underwater Demolition, Underwater Search & Rescue, Close Quarters Battle (CQB) and many other combat skills.  After serving his country for 21 years, Mr. Kolberg retired from the SEAL teams in 2003.

Hamburg Police Chief Jan Wright had this remarked regarding the training This is exactly the type of training police officers need in preparation for emergency situations requiring immediate medical assistance for themselves and others.

Complimentary lodging for the instructional staff was provided by Crystal Springs Resort, located in Hardyston, NJ.

For additional information regarding Trauma Training contact Fred Kolberg at
Police and Law Enforcement News
Thursday, October 30
, 2008 7:50 p.m.








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