Stuck Pig Medical is something I have been thinking about for a while now. I have always been interested in blogging, but never really had much knowledge or experience in what my first blog was about to really get it off the ground. I will eventually give that blog more focus in a while, but for now this will be my baby that I can focus most of my blogging time into.
Proper medical information for preparedness minded individuals is in short supply. Too much info is either outdated, or beyond wrong. My hope is to use this blog as a way to give those individuals that are curious a starting point and reference for everything medical. Most, if not all, of my medical experience and knowledge is as a National Guard Combat Medic in a Combined Arms Battalion. Information will come from verified sources and all of it will be evidence based. But I’ll get into that in following blog posts.
Some of you following this blog will know me as Mech Medic from the Unchained Preppers forum. If you are not a member of that forum I recommend you remedy that immediately. It is an amazing group of people that have a wealth of information to share. A few of them have even taken a class from me (as of writing this post, the only class I have charged money to take). It was a TC3 basics course I put on with NC Scout of Brushbeater. The review is here: http://unchainedpreppers.com/forum/weapons/aar-tc3-class/
I do plan on doing more courses in the future, however at the current moment I am sitting overseas on a 9 month deployment. This will give me the time to fully set up this blog and get it running correctly with a regular posting schedule. It will also give me time to better my course in several ways and even work on more.
One of the things I do plan on doing is a “Medical Monday, it was something I brought up on Unchained Preppers and it was met with a lot of enthusiasm so I will be continuing it on here. So every Monday expect a post about something medical related to preparedness.
I look forward to seeing some of you at my courses or at some of NC Scout’s courses. I hope you enjoy this blog and can learn many things from it.