25,000 military personnel in Ukraine received training in tactical medicine from the PULSE charitable foundation

Metinvest Group, as part of the Steel Front military initiative, has allocated UAH 15 million to develop tactical medicine in Ukraine since 2022. The PULSE charitable foundation has trained 25 thousand military personnel. This is stated in the company’s press release.

The PULSE Charitable Foundation was established at the beginning of the full-scale invasion to save the lives of the Ukrainian Defense Forces. To do this, the organization promotes the development of tactical medicine, including training. Thanks to the financial support of donors, including Metinvest, the training is free of charge.

«All funds go to organize training. First of all, this allows us to provide the material and technical base for the training: high-quality materials for practicing skills, logistics, and payment for instructors’ services,» Metinvest notes.

PULSE cooperates with 100 military units and institutions on a regular basis. The organization is an authorized training center of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (USA).

As GMK Center reported earlier, since the beginning of the full-scale war, Metinvest has allocated UAH 4.8 billion to support Ukraine and Ukrainians. Of this amount, more than UAH 2.5 billion was spent to help soldiers as part of the Steel Front military initiative.

Recently, the company began production targets for military training at its Kryvyi Rih facilities. More than 30 models of targets have already been delivered to the Ukrainian Armed Forces at the request of the Armed Forces.