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    Quote Originally Posted by JonathanNobody View Post
    There's quite a bit to think about when dealing with non-combatants in an active situations, if they're ambulatory or not, do you have to carry them or not to evac, How do you manage them and your battlefield at the same time. Where do you put them, how do you place them, what directions do you provide them. How do you use them for tasks, how do you keep them out of your workspace when they're panicked. Lots to consider.

    ETA: I should say I haven't seen it taught well outside of PSD/EP courses and most of those don't address small children

    ETA again: I'm not saying that I'm the only one teaching on it. I touch on evacing children/non-combatants from a structure and that's all. I haven't taught a class specifically on the subject.
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