Joski completes military lifesaving course

Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski believes training he recently completed at Fort McCoy in western Wisconsin could be extremely effective in helping save lives. A member of the Wisconsin National Guard, Joski completed the combat lifesaver course with about 30 other soldiers so they can be better equipped to provide critical first response to injuries in the field. He believes the skills he learned this week validates what his department and others are already trying to do in case of emergencies.

Joski says Kewaunee County residents are very fortunate to have great first responders in the communities they serve, a group he believes helped prepare him for some elements of the course.

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