A longtime America's Army player became a first responder at a tragic car accident last November by employing life saving techniques he learned by playing the America's Army game. Twenty-eight year old Paxton Galvanek was able to evaluate and treat the victims at the scene. Paxton credited the combat medic training he completed in the popular America's Army online PC game with teaching him the critical skills he needed to react appropriately in this crisis situation. This is the second time an America's Army player has reported successfully using medical skills learned through playing the game to respond in a life-threatening situation.
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