MOULAGE MAKEUP LIST

Updated 5 August 2017.

List of moulage injuries that I’ve created for various training scenarios.

Minor scrapes/abrasions
Bruising
Black eye
Simple/closed fracture
Broken collarbone
Bleeding laceration
Blisters
Nosebleed
Vomit
Open compound fracture with protruding bone
Gunshot wounds (entrance and exit)
Blowback/blood splatter on a shooter’s hand (from shooting a victim)
“Railroad track” cut on hand, from a pistol’s slide catching on the shooter’s hand
Dislocated joint (shoulder and knee)
Knife stab wounds
Skull fracture/closed head injury
Spinal cord injury
Chest trauma/punctured lung (bruised chest, and blood coming from victim’s mouth)
Second-degree and third-degree burns
Slashed wrist and throat
Ligature strangulation marks
Pale/gray skin pallor
Cyanosis (blue-tinged skin due to oxygen deprivation)
Hives (allergic reaction)
Snake bite
Abdominal evisceration
Eyeball avulsion
Arm, leg, and chest impalement with metal debris
Traumatic arm amputation
Shrapnel wounds
Bomb blast injuries
Chemical burns
Sarin gas exposure

August 4, 2017 – EMS Educational Video Filming
Participated in the filming of an educational training video for law enforcement and emergency medical personnel. I created a large, deep, heavily bleeding laceration on the leg of the “patient” actor.

June 20, 2017 – PHTLS Paramedic Trauma Scenarios
Provided moulage for final practical scenarios in a PHTLS (Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support) class for paramedics. Moulage included bruising, scrapes, bleeding lacerations, pale pallor, cyanosis, defensive wounds, gunshot wounds, stab wounds, and needle track marks.

June 15, 2017 – PHTLS Paramedic Trauma Scenarios
Provided moulage for final practical scenarios in a PHTLS (Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support) class for paramedics. Moulage included bruising, scrapes, bleeding lacerations, broken bones, pale pallor, cyanosis, and stab wounds.

May 12 – 16, May 27 – June 2, 2017 – Rescue Task Force/Tactical medical scenarios
Supported a 12-day series of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care, Advanced Tactical Medic, Rescue Task Force, and K-9 first aid courses. Moulage included bruising, scrapes, cuts, bleeding lacerations, gunshot wounds (entrance and exit), shotgun blast, stab wounds, severe burns, shrapnel injury, and impalement.

May 4, 2017 – EMS Educational Video Filming – Burns
Participated in the filming of an educational training video for emergency medical personnel. The subject was severe burns, pain management, and using a specialized dressing to bandage burns. I created second- and third-degree burns on the “patient” actor’s face, shoulder, arm, and hand.

March 25, 2017 – Active shooter/terrorism response exercise
Participated in an active shooter/terrorism response training exercise for a local police department. Moulage injuries were gunshot wounds (entrance and exit), graze wounds, blood splatter, and scrapes and bruises.

March 18, 2017 – Active shooter/terrorism response exercise
Participated in an active shooter/terrorism response training exercise for a local police department. Moulage injuries were gunshot wounds (entrance and exit), graze wounds, blood splatter, and scrapes and bruises.

February 12, 2017 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for a Boy Scout troop of CERT and Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, bleeding laceration, broken wrist, broken ankle, open compound fracture, second- and third-degree burns, minor concussion, skull fracture, impalement with metal rebar, puncture wound/protruding object (nail in forehead), abdominal evisceration, and an eyeball avulsion.

November 23, 2016 – EMS Educational Video Filming – Active Shooter
Participated in the filming of an educational training video for law enforcement and emergency medical personnel. The video involved police response to an active shooter, and EMS treatment for a gunshot wound. I created an abdominal gunshot wound and pale skin pallor (from shock, blood loss, and deteriorating physical condition) for the “patient” actor.

November 6, 2016 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for a Boy Scout troop of CERT and Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, bloody gashes, broken bones, dislocated shoulder, broken collarbone, open compound fracture, femur fracture, broken ribs, second- and third-degree burns, minor concussion, skull fracture, impalement with metal rebar, spinal cord injury, puncture wound/protruding object (nail in forehead), abdominal trauma and internal bleeding, abdominal evisceration, traumatic hand injury and amputated fingers, and an eyeball avulsion.

October 12, 2016 – CERT refresher/skills review practical exercise
Created injuries for a CERT practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, broken bones, broken nose and nosebleed, dislocated shoulder, broken collarbone, laceration with embedded glass shards, open compound fracture, concussion and disorientation, skull fracture, second-degree burns and smoke inhalation, spinal cord injury, and eyeball avulsion.

October 2, 2016 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for a Boy Scout troop of CERT and Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was an earthquake. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, bloody gashes, broken bones, dislocated shoulder, broken collarbone, open compound fracture, femur fracture, second- and third-degree burns, minor concussion, skull fracture, massive head injury with brain matter showing, impalement with metal rebar, spinal cord injury, puncture wound/protruding object (nail in forehead), abdominal trauma and internal bleeding, abdominal evisceration, traumatic hand injury and amputated fingers, and an eyeball avulsion.

July 21, 2016 – Active Shooter/tactical medical training
Participated in an 8-hour exercise focusing on active shooter response, mass-casualty tactical medical care, IED response, hostage rescue, and dispatch/communications. Moulage wounds included bruises, scrapes and cuts, a fractured wrist, an open compound fracture to the leg, gunshot entrance and exit wounds, graze wounds, an amputated leg, a skull fracture, ruptured eardrums, and a heart attack.

July 19, 2016 – Active Shooter/tactical medical training
Participated in an 8-hour exercise focusing on active shooter response, mass-casualty tactical medical care, IED response, hostage rescue, and dispatch/communications. Moulage wounds included bruises, scrapes and cuts, a fractured wrist, an open compound fracture to the leg, gunshot entrance and exit wounds, graze wounds, an amputated leg, a skull fracture, ruptured eardrums, and a heart attack.

June 25, 2016 – CERT practical exercise
Created “injuries” for a CERT practical exercise. The scenario was a severe storm and tornado. Character injuries were minor scrapes and bruises, bleeding laceration, a fractured arm, fractured ankle, sprained ankle, dislocated shoulder, open compound fracture, broken collarbone, electrical burns, smoke inhalation, abdominal trauma and internal bleeding, impalement with metal rebar, spinal cord injury, heart attack, and an eyeball avulsion.

May 16-20, 2016 – Active Shooter/tactical medical MCI exercise
300 local police officers, firefighters, EMT’s, and paramedics from 5 local districts conducted 10 days of training focusing on police tactical response to an active shooter, Incident Command, communication, and mass-casualty triage and medical response. I participated as a victim role player and the moulage artist for the final 5 days. Character injuries were scrapes and bruises, cuts, gunshot entrance and exit wounds, and a heart attack (pale skin and cyanotic lips and fingers).

May 15, 2016 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for a Boy Scout troop of Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was a severe storm with strong straight-line winds. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, bloody gashes, broken bones, open compound fracture, second- and third-degree burns, minor concussion, skull fracture, impalement with metal rebar, spinal cord injury, abdominal trauma and internal bleeding, traumatic hand injury and amputated fingers, and an eyeball avulsion.

April 30, 2016 – CERT refresher/skills review practical exercise
Created “injuries” for a CERT practical exercise. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, a deep and profusely bleeding laceration, broken ankle, broken wrist, open compound fracture, dislocated shoulder, minor concussion, skull fracture and closed head injury, femur fracture, spinal cord injury, abdominal trauma and internal bleeding, impalement with metal rebar, and an eyeball avulsion.

April 26, 2016 – Active Shooter/Hostage Rescue training
Participated in an 8-hour exercise focusing on active shooter response, hostage rescue, and medical triage and treatment. Moulage wounds included bruises, scrapes and cuts, a fractured wrist, an open compound fracture to the leg, gunshot entrance and exit wounds, graze wounds, and a shotgun blast.

April 24, 2016 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for a Boy Scout troop of Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, a bloody gash, sprained ankle, broken bones, open compound fracture, second-degree burns, minor concussion, impalement, abdominal trauma and internal bleeding, skull fracture, and an eyeball avulsion.

April 19, 2016 – Active Shooter/Hostage Rescue training
Participated in an 8-hour exercise focusing on active shooter response, hostage rescue, and medical triage and treatment. Moulage wounds included bruises, scrapes and cuts, a fractured wrist, an open compound fracture to the leg, gunshot entrance and exit wounds, graze wounds, and a shotgun blast.

April 9, 2016 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for high school campus Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, a bloody gash, a massive, deep, and severely bleeding laceration, sprained ankle, broken bones, femur fracture, open compound fracture, second-degree burns, minor concussion, impalement, and abdominal evisceration.

February 21, 2016 – Teen CERT class exercise
Created “injuries” for high school campus Teen CERT members to treat in their practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, a bloody gash, a massive, deep, and severely bleeding laceration, small glass shards in a cut, sprained ankle, broken wrist, broken arm, second-degree burns, minor concussion, spinal cord injury, open compound femur fracture, open compound arm fracture, skull fracture/closed head injury, impalement, eyeball avulsion, and crushed hand with amputated fingers.

December 8, 2015 – EMS Educational Video Filming – Hives
Participated in the filming of an educational training video for EMT’s and paramedics. I created moulage for the “patient” actor. The scenario was an allergic reaction, so my moulage effects were a rash and hives on the patient’s arms and neck.

November 21, 2015 – CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for an adult CERT class final practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds were minor scrapes and bruises, a bloody laceration, sprained ankle, dislocated shoulder, fractured wrist, open compound fracture, second-degree burns, a minor concussion, and impalement.

November 8, 2015 – Large-scale CERT/Teen CERT practical exercise
This was a large event (the largest of its kind, according to FEMA) for over 300 Boy Scout troop members and leaders. I and 2 other moulage artists created “injuries” for 65 victim role players. Wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, bloody lacerations, shards of glass and metal in wounds, nosebleed, concussion, skull fracture, broken bones, dislocation, burns, impalement, abdominal evisceration, femur fracture, and amputation.

October 30, 2015 – EMS Educational Video Filming – Anaphylactic Shock Reaction
Participated in the filming of an educational training video for EMT’s and paramedics. I created moulage for the “patient” actor. The scenario was an allergic reaction and anaphylactic shock, so my moulage effects were a red rash and hives, pale pallor, and cyanosis (blue-tinged skin from lack of oxygen).

October 24, 2015 – CERT/Teen CERT practical exercise
Created “injuries” for a final practical exercise for a class of adult and teen CERT students. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds included scrapes and bruises, a nosebleed, dislocated shoulder, broken bone, compound fracture, minor concussion, second- and third-degree burns, impalement, abdominal evisceration, and internal bleeding.

October 15, 2015 – CERT refresher/skills review practical exercise
Created injuries for a CERT practical exercise. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, broken bones, open compound fracture, concussion, skull fracture, second-degree burns and smoke inhalation, eyeball avulsion, and impalement.

August 23, 2015 – CERT/Teen CERT practical exercise
Created “injuries” for a final practical exercise for a class of adult and teen CERT students. The scenario was a tornado. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, broken wrist, dislocated shoulder, second- and third-degree burns, impalement, internal bleeding, and abdominal evisceration.

July 21 & 23, 2015 – Active Shooter tactical emergency response exercise
Created moulage “injuries” for an active shooter response exercise for police, fire, EMS, and school staff. Injuries included gunshot wounds (entrance and exit), shrapnel wounds, broken bones, and scrapes and bruises.

June 16-17, 23-25, 2015 – Ohio Army National Guard disaster response exercise
The Ohio National Guard HRF (Homeland Response Force) held a 5-day disaster response exercise involving search & rescue, extrication after a structure collapse, medical triage and treatment, CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive) response, and HazMat decontamination. I supported the moulage team by creating and applying moulage for the 150 role players, providing injury acting instructions to role players, and instructing new moulage trainees.

May 17, 2015 – CERT/Teen CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) practical exercise
Created “injuries” for a final practical exercise for a class of adult and teen CERT students. The scenario was an earthquake. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, a nosebleed, broken wrist, broken ankle, dislocated shoulder, internal bleeding, abdominal evisceration, impalement, and an eyeball avulsion.

April 18, 2015 – Teen CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for a Teen CERT class final practical exercise. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, nosebleed, fractured wrist, open compound fracture, second-degree burns, smoke inhalation, closed head injury/skull fracture, abdominal evisceration, and an eyeball avulsion.

March 29, 2015 – CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for an adult CERT class final practical exercise. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, large bleeding laceration, nosebleed, broken nose, fractured wrist, open compound fracture, second-degree burns, spinal cord injury, skull fracture, impalement with metal rebar, massive blood loss from arterial wound, abdominal evisceration, and an eyeball avulsion.

February 8, 2015 – Teen CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for a Teen CERT class final practical exercise. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, large bleeding lacerations, broken bones, impalement with metal rebar, open compound fracture, second- and third-degree burns, spinal cord injury, closed head injury, traumatic amputation, and abdominal evisceration.

November 15, 2014 – High School Teen CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for high school campus Teen CERT responders to identify and treat in their practical simulation exercises. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, large bleeding lacerations, broken bones, impalement with metal rebar, open compound fracture, second- and third-degree burns, electrocution, spinal cord injury, chest trauma and punctured lung, closed head injury, and traumatic amputation.

November 15, 2014 – CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for CERT civilian responders to identify and treat in their practical simulation exercises. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, large bleeding lacerations, broken bones, impalement with metal rebar, open compound fracture, spinal cord injury, second- and third-degree burns, and a closed head injury.

October 22, 2014 – CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) practical exercise
Created injuries for CERT civilian responders to identify and treat in their practical simulation exercises. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, large bleeding lacerations, broken bones, impalement with metal rebar, a traumatic amputation, and second- and third-degree burns.

July 19, 2014 – CERT/Teen CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for CERT civilian responders to identify and treat in their practical simulation exercises. Character wounds included an open compound fracture, severe electrical burns, abdominal bruising and internal bleeding, a skull fracture/closed head injury, impaled object, spinal cord injury, and shock.

 July 18, 2014 – Campus CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for victim role players in a campus CERT exercise for school district staff and administration members. Character injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, broken bones, minor concussion, skull fracture and severe head injury, electrical and chemical burns, open compound fractures, lacerations with embedded glass, and impaled objects.

July 11, 2014 – Advanced Disaster Life Support medical exercise
Local EMT’s, paramedics, and critical-care hospital staff (doctors, nurses, etc.) completed a course in Advanced Disaster Life Support, treating injuries after a mass-casualty incident. The scenario for the exercise was a large explosion with numerous injuries. Character wounds included minor scrapes and bruises, large lacerations, burns, shrapnel/blast wounds, and traumatic amputations.

June 12 – 27, 2014 – Army National Guard exercise
Participated in a 15-day exercise with the Army National Guard. The soldiers were training in deployment skills including reconnaisance, cultural awareness and interactions with local civilians, tactical/weapon skills, and combat medical care. Multiple scenarios involved mass-casualty situations with multiple injuries. Wounds created by the moulage artist team included minor abrasions and bruising, severe lacerations, broken bones, large-caliber gunshot entrance and exit wounds, bomb blast injuries, shrapnel wounds, and traumatic amputations.

May 4, 2014 – Terrorism Mass-Casualty response exercise
Participated in a large-scale terrorism MCI response exercise – the largest exercise held in our area since 1998. I and 5 other moulage artists were responsible for creating “injuries” for over 200 role players. The scenario was modeled after the mall terrorist attack in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2013, so it involved 2 active shooters, an IED explosion, and a hostage situation. Participants included more than a dozen local hospitals, EMS, fire, police, SWAT, bomb squad, hostage rescue, SEMA, FEMA, FBI, and Homeland Security. Character injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, broken bones, lacerations, gunshot entrance and exit wounds, shrapnel wounds, burns, blast concussion injuries, and traumatic amputations.

March 1, 2014 – Teen CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for victim role players in a campus CERT class for high school Teen CERT members. Injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, a severely bleeding laceration, smoke inhalation, second- and third-degree burns, a concussion, skull fracture, open compound fracture, chest trauma and a punctured lung, and a traumatic arm amputation.

January 31, 2014 – CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for victim role players in a campus CERT exercise for school district staff and administration members. This was Part 2 of the class, the practical exercise for the second group. Injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, fractures, open compound fractures, second- and third-degree burns, a spinal cord injury, minor concussion, skull fracture, and impalement with flying metal debris.

January 24, 2014 – CERT practical exercise
Created injuries for victim role players in a campus CERT exercise for school district staff and administration members. Injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, arm and leg fractures, an open compound fracture, second- and third-degree burns, a spinal cord injury, minor concussion, skull fracture, and impalement with flying metal debris.

November 16, 2013 – CERT practical
Create injuries for CERT civilian responders to identify and treat in a practical simulation exercise.
The scenario was an EF-2 tornado with extensive damage and numerous victim injuries. Injuries included scrapes and abrasions, a severely bleeding laceration, fractures, concussion, open compound fracture, second- and third-degree burns, spinal cord injury, dislocated shoulder, and impalement with flying debris.

October 18, 2013 – Boy Scouts First Aid Merit Badge
Created moulage injuries for victim role players for Boy Scouts to correctly identify and treat in order to earn their first aid merit badges.
Character moulage included simple cuts and scrapes, blisters, bruising, open compound fracture, snake bite, animal bite, frostbite, nosebleed, glass shards embedded in cuts, impaled object in abdomen, second- and third-degree burns, skull fracture, hypothermia (pale skin and cyanosis), and an allergic reaction with hives and anaphylactic shock.

October 9, 2013 – CERT practical
Create injuries for CERT civilian responders to identify and treat in a practical simulation exercise.
Character injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, bleeding lacerations, broken bones, second- and third-degree burns, a skull fracture, an open compound fracture, and an impaled object.

June 30, 2013 – CERT/Teen CERT practical
Create injuries for CERT civilian first responders to identify and treat in a disaster response exercise.
Minor cuts and scrapes, lacerations, bruises, broken bones, skull fracture/head injury, severe burns, open compound fracture, impaled object.

May 29-31, 2013 – EMS Mass Casualty Incident response exercise
300-400 local firefighters, EMT’s, paramedics, and search & rescue personnel from multiple agencies participated in 12 days of disaster response training. The scenario was a mass-casualty incident caused by a severe storm and tornado. The training focused on rescuer safety, hazard identification, search & rescue, triage and medical treatment, patient transport, and communication.
Victim character injuries included minor scrapes and bruises, lacerations, a skull fracture, facial injuries, broken bones, chest trauma and trouble breathing, a 12 week pregnant woman with severe abdominal pain, traumatic amputations, open compound fractures, abdominal eviscerations, and a dislocated shoulder.

April 25, 2013 – Criminal Investigations
Assisted an Intro to Criminal Investigations class (for criminology/criminal justice students) with mock crime scenes. Character injuries included multiple stab wounds, ligature strangulation marks, scratches and cuts from self defense, a gunshot wound, and blowback/blood splatter on the shooter’s hand.

April 20, 2013 – CERT Skills Demo
Local CERT teams had a booth at a health and safety fair, and participated in a demonstration of disaster response skills. Injuries that I created for the “victim” characters included minor scrapes and bruises, a broken arm, a skull fracture, and an impaled object.

April 14, 2013 – CERT/Teen CERT practical
Create injuries for CERT students to identify and treat in a disaster response exercise.
Minor cuts and scrapes, lacerations, bruises, broken bones, skull fracture/head injury, severe burns, open compound fracture, impaled object.

March 16, 2013 – CERT/Teen CERT practical
Create injuries for CERT students to identify and treat in a disaster response exercise.
Cuts and scrapes, lacerations, bruises, broken bones, skull fracture/head injury, severe burns.

October 17, 2012 – Annual K-9 Search and Rescue Conference
Created assorted injuries for “victim” role players, for K-9 search and rescue teams to locate and treat.
Bruises, cuts and scrapes, lacerations, and broken bones.

July 19, 2012 – USAR Search and Rescue
Urban Search & Rescue Task Force ‘Strike Team 1’, made up of local paramedics and search & rescue team members, completed the TEEX US&R Disaster Medical Specialist training course. I and other moulage artists created injuries for them to assess and treat.
Bruises, cuts and scrapes, lacerations, broken bones, impaled object, skull fracture.

June 16, 2012 – CERT Practical
Create injuries for a CERT disaster response exercise.
Bruises, minor scrapes and cuts, black eye, nosebleed, bruised and swollen broken ankle, skull fracture with bleeding from nose and ears, compound fracture and open wound, chest trauma and punctured lung, and second-degree burn with blisters and blood.

May 5, 2012 – EMT Student Practical
Create wounds for “injured victims” for a class of EMT students going through a practical exercise for their NREMT national registry certification exam.
Gray and pallid skin color, cyanosis (blue skin due to oxygen deprivation), compound fracture, abdominal stab wound with internal bleeding.

February 25, 2012 – CERT Practical
Create injuries for a CERT disaster response exercise.
Bruises, scrapes and cuts from flying debris, broken arm, compound fracture with open wound, skull fracture/brain bleed, spinal cord injury, second-degree burns.

October 31, 2011 – Halloween Haunted House
Create character makeup and injuries for actors in a Halloween haunted house.
Scrapes and bruises, black eye, gunshot wound, knife slash/stab wound, self-injury wounds, ligature strangulation marks.

October 28, 2011 – CERT Practical
Create injuries for a class of CERT trainees to treat during a practical exercise.
Scraped knuckles, large bleeding lacerations, black eyes, bruises and swelling (broken bones), bloody second-degree burns.

October 17, 2011 – CERT Practical
Create injuries for a CERT disaster response exercise.
Cuts and bruises, broken ankle, dislocated knee, nosebleed, black eye, skull fracture/brain bleed, punctured lung, spinal cord injury.

April 2, 2011 – CERT Practical
Create injuries for CERT responders to identify and treat in a disaster response exercise.
Cuts and scrapes, bruises, vomit, chest trauma, skull fracture/closed head injury, nosebleed, compound fracture.

March 5, 2011 – Medical Exercise
Create moulage injuries for medical personnel to treat during a training exercise.
Scrapes and bruises, broken bones, skull fracture, internal bleeding, stab wound, gunshot wound, injuries sustained in a car crash.

October 9, 2010 – Community Emergency Response Team Training
Create injuries for CERT civilian first responders to identify and treat in a disaster response exercise.
Bruises and scrapes, dislocated shoulder, broken ankle, chest trauma, and internal bleeding.

May 12, 2009 – DUI Awareness
Create injuries for victims involved in a drunk-driving car crash.
Cuts and bruises, lacerations, broken bones, internal injuries.

July 27, 2009 – Active Shooter Training
Use stage blood and makeup to create gunshot wounds for “victim” role players in a police tactical training exercise.

August 7, 2008 – Active Shooter Training
Use containers of stage blood to create basic “gunshot wounds” for “victim” role players in a police tactical training exercise.

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