Austere, Survival and Disaster Medicine
Emergency preparedness operations and consultation for the austere and disaster environments.Rescue training for direct and indirect action.
Tangent Edge LLC.
126 Hamilton Ave
Warren Sewell Suite
Bremen GA 30110
PH: (877) 326-3236
Fax: (877) 378-9467
WOSB. D&B Company.
Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Member
Georgia Mutual Aid Group (GMAG) Member
Special Operations Medical Association (SOMA) Member
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Started by Adin Storm Oct 27, 2012.
Started by Adin Storm Jun 13, 2012.
Are you going backpacking? hiking? or any outdoor adventure away from home? Why not make the minimal effort to prepare just a little just in case that oh crap moment happens. Build yourself just a small first aid and survival kit to keep with you. you can do this without all the fancy gear from a store or buying a commercial kit. You can do this using just an altoid tin (large) and things lying around the house. something is better than nothing!
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Posted by cruz dakota lake on January 29, 2014 at 11:21am
Another great group of medics completing the 5GW medic course October 2013. Tangent Edge is continuing to improve the breed, testing the mental and physical limits of each student through the cold long hours. May each of contiune learning and guiding others.
The Dakota Dyer Foundation contacted West Georgia Weather and Tangent Edge to assist the Floyd County Search Posse (FCSP) with the search effort for Blake Cowart, of Euharlee, missing since April 3rd. On Saturday, April 14th, we performed grid searches in the woods surrounding his riverfront home, as well as combing the banks of the Etowah River. Chris Metcalfe, WGW, spotted a black tennis shoe near the river's edge in a log jam, which resulted in FCSP sending the cadaver canine over…
Posted by Russell Shoemake on April 24, 2013 at 4:02pm
We had a solid group of individuals who came prepared! No drill slowed nor deterred the team. They faced swarms of killer ants covering the ground, mosquito-infested woods and the parking deck from Hell. Students moved about the city undetected and built a small fortress for cover. Great job guys!
Posted by Russell Shoemake on April 17, 2013 at 5:13pm