Executive Committee & Portfolio Managers
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Ben is in his 20th year of service in the Australian Army where he serves as a medic. During this time, he has worked with some of Australia’s most elite forces and has served on operations in East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Ben’s professional interests lie in the development of TCCC for military first responders, and the cross over of lessons learnt on the battlefield into the domestic law enforcement spectrum.
Lee has been serving with NSW Ambulance for over 13 years. Lee works as a Critical Care Paramedic with NSWA Aeromedical team. Lee is a member of the Special Operations Team (SOU) and is a qualified Remote Area Access Paramedic. Lee was a member of Australia's first full-time Tactical Paramedic Team.
As well as his role with ATMA and NSW Ambulance, Lee is also an Instructor with TacMed Australia where he provides high quality medical training to various agencies in both Tactical and Remote Area first aid.
Lee has a keen interest in furthering Australia's medical capability in the world of high threat care and bringing Australia in-line with the world leaders in this space, particularly around the confluence of wilderness, austere and tactical medicine.
JB is a current serving member of the Australian Special Operations Command.
Lieutenant Colonel (Dr) Marty Graves
Marty is an Anaesthetist in the Australian Army. He has an interest in Anaesthesia for Trauma Surgery, prehospital care, draw-over anaesthesia and military medical history. His current anaesthetic practice includes anaesthesia for head and neck surgery, difficult airways and regional anaesthesia.
He has deployed with the Australian Army to East Timor and Afghanistan including four tours of Afghanistan as the Medical Officer for the Special Operations Task Group and as an anaesthetist at the Multinational Role 3 Military Hospital in Kandahar. In 2007 he received a Commendation for Distinguished Service for his actions during a mass-casualty event resulting from a suicide IED. He developed and is currently the senior lecturer of NATO’s Special Operations Surgical Team Development Course.
MJ is an Intensive Care Paramedic Team Leader within NSW Ambulance. Beyond this MJ is an active member of the Australian Army Reserve.
MJ currently sits as an SME on the Trauma Innovation Committee within the NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management.
Clinical Guidelines & Research Subcommittee Co-Chair