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November 08, 2022, 06:47

 

PTI

Army Physical Training Instructors

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A PTI is a Royal Australian Army Medical Corps (RAAMC) soldier who is responsible:

to ensure Army personnel are physically conditioned to carryout their every day tasks in barracks and on operations. Soldiers require physical conditioning and maintenance, self defence training as well as sport and recreation. Ensuring soldiers are competent in self defence during pre-deployment, and sustained whilst on operations, will assist in force preservation of the Australian soldier. The conditions on operations can generate increased rates of trauma with physiological injuries. After the pathology and diagnosis, the PTI can rehabilitate soft tissue injury to allow a soldier to return to duties as soon as possible. A PTI plays an integral part in the health, safety and wellbeing of Army personnel as a key element in the retention and human performance of the people we need to defend Australia. There is evidence that highlights that from military historical experience, non-battle casualties resulting from disease and non-combat injuries continued to be the major cause of health problems on operations. The role of the PTI is to assist with the reduction of non-battle injuries.

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VALE

Dear Members,

 

This afternoon we received the following message from the Curry family - Alan's son Greg and has asked me to let the members know:

 

"Dad passed away peacefully today at 2.36pm with mum, Julie and myself holding his hand. Thanks for all your love and support."

 

As further details come to light we will pass on details of any funeral arrangements from the family..

 

Alan you have done duty Rest in Peace Alan.

 

Regards

 

D. Czerkies OAM, CStJ

David Czerkies

President 

RAAMC  & HSC Association (NSW) Inc.

5 Field Ambulance Association

 

Alan Curry, Alan passed away at 1436hrs 7 Nov 22. Alan will be missed by all who knew him, he was the backbone and driving force of the 5 Field Ambulance Association.

Our Condolences Prayers and Thoughts go out to Alan's Family and Friend.

"Lest We Forget"

 

 

 

 

 

  

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