IPMBA Annual Conference
Lt. Col. (Dr.) Robert Mabry
LTC Robert Mabry enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1984. Before attending medical school, he served for 11 years as a U.S. Army Ranger and Special Forces medical sergeant.
He is also a paramedic, a diving medical technician, high angle rescue instructor and flight surgeon.
He served as the senior search and rescue medic for Task Force Ranger in Mogadishu, Somalia, and as a Special Forces battalion surgeon during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. His military awards include the Silver Star, the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart.
He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Emergency Medicine residency and EMS fellowship in San Antonio, Texas, as well as the Army Command and Staff College. He is currently the director of the Military Emergency Medical Services Fellowship program at the San Antonio Military Medical Center, whose mission is to train physicians for the challenges of pre-hospital care on the battlefield, in defense of the homeland or wherever else troops may be. He has written numerous articles and book chapters related to battlefield medical care.
LTC Mabry’s research and mission have extended to training and preparedness for non-combat tactical casualty care. IPMBA is proud to welcome LTC Mabry and offer training in Law Enforcement-First Response Tactical Casualty Care (LE-FR TCC) and SABA (Self-Aid/Buddy Aid) Survival for Public Safety Cyclists.
Register today and learn how to save a life.