29 June was the first anniversary of Tom’s death. He continues to be an inspiration to all of us. He is missed.
WMA instructor Carl Blondell just sent us the photos below, taken in the St. Lucia, an island nation in the eastern Carribbean Sea. Check back to see where the man is travelling to next! Don’t forget… At the end of the year, we will select the 3 best submissions. The winners will receive $100 cash… Read more »
Click here for the dates of the upcoming MedWAR races! MedWAR (Medical Wilderness Adventure Race) tests your wilderness survival skills through unique events combined with adventure racing. WMA Canada instructors Dugg Steary and Mike Webster have been responsible for writing, developing, and coordinating all medical scenarios for MedWAR North for the past 5 years. Recently,… Read more »
WMA Instructor Gabe Gunning in Upper Ellis River, Pinkham Notch of Mount Washington, NH. Check back to see where the man will be traveling to next!
Ben Usatch, MD, FAAEM, NREMT-P recently wrote this article for JEMS.com. Check this out to learn more about lightning strikes. Does lightning really never strike twice in the same spot? Is it safe to touch the victim of a lightning strike? Get the answers to these questions and more by clicking here. _
Sometimes you need to be careful about what you ask for, but when launching a new website, you gotta do it! We wanted to make our new site easier to navigate, chock full of wilderness medical information, and featuring real people in videos. So we asked a recent group of WMA course graduates and this… Read more »
Check out our new ‘Where’s the Man?’ feature on our wilderness blog! Share your photos and stories of you sporting your course t-shirt, featuring a Davinci-inspired man.
Lance Armstrong fell in a bike race crash and broke his collar bone. Check out these awesome pictures and videos of him and his self-splinting as he waited for medical care.