Deployable Primary Care: From Regimental Aid Post to Medical Reception Station

Research Paper Title The Medical Reception Station: a new primary care capability for 3 Commando Brigade. Abstract 3 Commando Brigade’s delivery of pre-hospital (Role 1) care has until now largely been based around junior doctors delivering trauma-based resuscitation and limited primary care from small self-contained Regimental Aid Posts (RAPs). With the drawdown of large scale… Read More

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New Role for 42 Commando

42 Commando now operates as a specialised Maritime Operations unit. Consequently, the organisation of 42 Commando is now different to that of 40 and 45 Commandos. Although the naming of the companies remains unchanged (J Company, K Company, L Company, M Company, including Command and Logistics Elements), 42 Commando is now focussed on small team activity,… Read More

The Falklands Conflict: Cold Injury & Its Effects

Research Paper Title Lessons from History: Morbidity of Cold Injury in the Royal Marines during the Falklands Conflict of 1982. Background Environmental conditions in the Falklands Conflict of 1982 favoured the genesis of cold injuries. Immediately, post-war, cold injury morbidity and its contributory factors were assessed, in the personnel of UK 3 Commando Brigade (3… Read More