Extraction • Mobility • Transportation • Sustainment
Tribalco is raising the bar on the standard of care in pre-hospital battlefield medicine
Through our advanced program expertise and worldwide logistical reach, Tribalco provides specialized operational equipment and soldier survival solutions and services for the warfighter. We specialize in the design, integration, and lifecycle management of systems supporting the forward-deployed special operator. Tribalco’s Integrated Casualty Solution (TICS™) for U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) raises the bar on the standard of care in pre-hospital battlefield medicine for the wounded operator. Tribalco maintains a staff of highly trained former tactical operators who possess unique knowledge in areas related to soldier survival.
The Tribalco Integrated Casualty Solution for Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Protecting our warfighters with life-sustaining Soldier Survival Systems
Tribalco has been exclusively awarded the DoD contract for TCCC and Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC) sets. TICS™ combines access capabilities, mobility, and critical care components to support Special Operations Forces (SOFs) in far forward and austere environments where definitive medical support is not available. Integrating Tribalco’s core blend of program and subject matter expertise with global logistics knowledge and industry-leading products and equipment, TICS™ delivers modular capabilities to support all phases of TCCC, including extraction, mobility, transportation, and sustainment.
TICS™ offers advanced system modularity and accessibility along with multiple configurations. These features help decentralized teams self-recover by enabling SOFs to move advanced care as far forward as possible. TICS™ provides the tools that advanced practitioners need to increase SOF members’ survivability from the point of wounding to definitive care.
The Tribalco Integrated Casualty Solution
Tribalco’s TCCC portfolio includes engineering, procurement, warehousing/sparing, kitting, and training/support capabilities. The TICS™ set includes four kits:
TICS™ Rescue System Extraction Kit
The TICS™ Rescue System (TRS) contains the equipment that decentralized personnel need to extricate in high-angle conditions, self-recover casualties, and configure standard and non-standard mission platforms for Quick Reaction Force (QRF) missions.
TICS™ Field Care Mobility Kit
The TICS™ Field Care (TFC) Mobility kit enables advanced medics to initiate tactical field care. The kit has been enhanced through the addition of available care items and supplies, while minimizing encumbrances.
TICS™ Transportation Kit
The TICS™ Transportation (TT) kit represents a new, innovative approach to delivering advanced care quickly and as far forward as possible. The system is designed to reduce set-up time when transitioning from tactical field care to CASEVAC care. All critical components are packaged together so that patient treatment may begin within minutes.
TICS™ Casualty Sustainment Kit
The TICS™ Casualty Sustainment (TCS) kit includes the supplies required to sustain multiple patients for three to five days. As mission timelines continue to increase, and access to higher levels of care decrease, these modules enable care providers to adapt and operate self-sufficiently. TCS contains the equipment that medics need to treat patients over extended time frames.
View a partial list of our Soldier Survival products. For additional details and ordering information, visit www.div-6.com.
TCCC is medical care rendered to casualties in a tactical combat environment prior to reaching a hospital. TCCC protocol recognizes that pre-hospital care is key in the survival of a casualty and that the fate of the injured often lies in the hands of emergent care providers. The goal of TCCC is to identify and treat casualties with preventable causes of death, and to keep the injured alive long enough to reach a point of definitive care. TCCC is approved by the American College of Surgeons and the National Association of EMTs, and is used throughout the U.S. military. TCCC has been remarkably successful in keeping wounded warriors alive.