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    Ranger Roll

    This came up on my YouTube feed, and I thought I would post it here. Some of you may recognize the guy giving the demonstration. Wil Willis was in the Rangers for four years, and the Air Force Para-rescue for 10. He has also been on a few television series for The Military and History Channels.

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    There are a ton of safer and more efficient ways to move a casualty.

    No malice intended, but this can easily cause further harm.
    Last edited by GTF425; 11-12-19 at 12:38.

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    I’ve seen this video, but I have never once been instructed in this technique in my time in the Ranger Regiment, JMAU, other DoD organizations, or as a “tactical” paramedic.

    Perhaps it has applications beyond my appreciation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTF425 View Post
    There are a ton of safer and more efficient ways to move a casualty.

    No malice intended, but this can easily cause further harm.
    Totally agree, not only do you stand injuring the casualty you risk hurting yourself, I'd imagine the last thing you'd want in a gunfight is a slipped disc lol.
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