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The Good Medic's Etiquette

The Good Medic's Etiquette

The Good Medic's Etiquette   As a medic, your philosophy should be to preserve the greater good; and the greater good involves every single member of your platoon. You must be assertive even more than you should be knowledgeable, as you will often find a crowd around a body that will do everything in their power to be unhelpful. You are the one who will get a casualty up and running with maximum efficiency, so make sure everyone knows the boss is on station. To be assertive,

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When a teammate goes down: Best Practices

When a teammate goes down: Best Practices

When a teammate goes down: Best Practices ACE Medical Menu By default, you can access the ACE medical menu by pressing H. It will give a detailed self-diagnostic as to your status. Looking at another player and pressing H will provide the same interface but it will show the vitals of the player you were looking at. On the Battlefield What should you do if a teammate suffers an injury on the battlefield? Announce to your nearby teammates that you have a man down. Spe

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ACE3 Advanced Wounds

ACE3 Advanced Wounds

Advanced Wounds *Disclaimer: As of September 2019, this is not an enabled or actively used system for ST11. The information contained in this article is for informational purposes only. The goal of this guide is to replace the outdated medical guides we have and act as a complement to the CSAR guide we currently have. One thing I noticed from my many missions and talks with people is that the Advanced Medical system with wound reopening and what bandages are "best" often vary from pers

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ACE3 Advanced Medical System

ACE3 Advanced Medical System

ACE3 Advanced Medical System   Same as with basic, when hit an injury is sustained. Different though is that the type of injury and the severity of it are based upon how the damage was done and what caused it. This affects both blood loss and immediate consequences, such as being knocked out or being killed right away. When a player has sustained an injury, this will be indicated by flashing red on the screen; this means the player is bleeding. Abrasions (or scrapes): They

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ACE3 Basic Medical System

ACE3 Basic Medical System

ACE3 Basic Medical System   ACE3’s basic medical system is quite a bit more complex than Arma 3’s default system, but not really difficult to grasp. ACE3 basic medical is a mixture between the ACE2 and AGM medical systems. All interactions in the medical system are done with the interaction menu. Non-medics can - by default - not perform all actions (Epinephrine and IVs) and their actions take more time as when performed by trained medics. When hit, units start to lose blood depen

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ACE3 Medical System- Introduction

ACE3 Medical System- Introduction

Overview: ACE3 provides users with a more realistic medical system and comes in both a basic and an advanced version. Revive System: The revive system lets you bring downed units back up. Upon receiving a deadly amount of damage a unit will fall unconscious for a determined amount of time. In that time a medic will need to treat them and give them epinephrine to bring them back up. Basic Medical: ACE3’s basic medical system is quite a bit more complex than Arma 3’s def

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