An old friend from medical school just turned me on to this amazing resource. You have previously read my thoughts on the Special Operations Forces Medicine Handbook and that I believe it is one of the greatest medical textbooks. Along the same lines, I invite you to visit this website and check out the Journal of Special Operations Medicine.
Clearly, tactical and special operations medicine are coming into their own place as a separate medical discipline. The role of these practitioners involves care of trauma patients, indigenous people and extended care in remote locations, along with many other hats!
This journal is published 4 times per year and should be a lifeline to the Spec-Ops medical provider, from paramedic to doctor. The importance of having their own literature, peer review and method of exchanging information will only help the specialty grow.