2013 Army Flight Medic Training
Flight Medics who haven't received paramedic training can now apply for one of three classes scheduled for
FY13. The Flight Paramedic Course is available to qualified 68WF3 Flight Medics and is part of the newly
established ASI requirement (F2) that flight medics become paramedic qualified. The goal is to produce 240
paramedic qualified flight medics each year so that all flight medics in the grades of E4 to E6 are trained to
the paramedic standard by FY17. The course is open to flight medics in the grades of E3 to E6. Successful
applicants will attend a 34 week program consisting of Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP) Certification
(26 weeks) and Critical Care Clinical Skills Course (8 weeks).
Flight Medics who have already obtained NRP Certification can attend the eight week Critical Care Clinical
Skills Course without having to attend the NRP portion of the course. Interested applicants will incur a 26
month Service Remaining Requirement after graduation from the program and be assigned to a Flight Medic
or Air Ambulance NCO position within an Air Ambulance Company.
Interested applicants can submit the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org :
(1) DA Form 4187 (Request for Personnel Action) signed by his/her Commander
(2) Enlisted Record Brief
(3) DA Form 705 (APFT Card)
(4) DA 4186 (Medical Recommendation for Flight Duty)
(5) Copy of current NREMT-B and BLS Card
(6) Army EMS Credential Background Questionnaire
(7) EMS Application, UTHSCSA, Bluff Creek Tower Campus EMS Program
(8) Applicants with a Permanent profile (DA 3349) that require them to take an alternate aerobic event will
submit a copy of their profile with their application to determine course eligibility
For more information send inquiries to email@example.com or call 210-221-9963.
Also see, NOTIFICATION OF FUTURE CHANGE (NOFC), E-1210-26, ESTABLISHMENT OF 68W
ADDITIONAL SKILL IDENTIFIER (ASI) F2 (NATIONAL REGISTRY PARAMEDIC (NRP) CERTIFICATION). This
post from the AMEDD Center and School provides an information summary regarding newly established 68W
ASI F2. This NOFC establishes a new requirement to ensure all E5 Flight Medic and E6 Air Ambulance NCOs
are NRP certified.
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