NEWS | March 30, 2020

Online Training Offered for TAS

Whenever an Army hospital deploys, surgical shelters are used as medical-surgical tents in field hospitals. That’s why setting up and taking them down correctly is critical.

The TEMPER Air Supported Shelters (TAS) go up twice as fast and are half the weight of legacy models. But it’s still a labor-intensive process and they’re costly to repair or replace if damaged.
Since TAS is lighter in order to be more mobile, it also means more advance planning is needed. This includes properly preparing the site before deploying the shelters and using heavy material handling equipment. One 64-foot section takes about 15 minutes to inflate.
TAS Options

To access the resources, click the URL below for a link to access the Temper Air Supported Training website (you'll need your CAC to access).