Field Medical Training Battalion - West

Online Classroom:

FMTB-W, Camp Pendleton : FMST Course

  • FMTB-W no longer hands out physical books to students for classroom instruction or studying. 

  • Each student will be issued a government provided electronic device. This device will be loaded with videos and helpful items for each student to utilize during the course. All course specific material will be available for download through our online classroom using MarineNet Moodle.

    • Student Requirement To Access Command Wi-Fi:
      • In order to access the command Wi-Fi, all students will need to complete and provide a current copy of their annual training certificate(s) for: Cyber Awareness Challenge and Annual Privacy.
        • Navy e-Learning: Cyber Awareness Challenge (DOD-CAC-2022.0) and Annual Privacy (DON-PRIV-2.0)
        • MarineNet: USMC Cyber Awareness Training (CYBERM0000)
  • Each student will create a MarineNet account. Click here to download instructions on creating an account.

    • For students who have not completed or provided a current certificate for their annual training (Cyber Awareness Challenge and Annual Privacy) they will complete the courses on MarineNet under course number CYBERM0000. Once completed the student will upload their certificate via the online classroom platform, Moodle.

FMTB-W YouTube Training Videos:

Practical Application Video: Needle Thoracentesis

Practical Application Video: Intravenous Fluid Resuscitation

Practical Application Video: Intraosseous Fluid Resuscitation

Practical Application Video: Hemorrhage Control

Practical Application Video: Emergency Cricothyroidotomy


Social Media Guidance: ALMAR 008-17 

FMST STUDENTS: Use this link to access the FMST Student Study Guide. Homework questions are arranged by block to help you in your studies. Use the block review questions before written exams to ensure you are prepared. For the review questions, please click HERE (PDF Format)

Develop, coordinate, resource, execute and evaluate training and education concepts, policies, plans and programs to ensure the Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman is prepared for assignment with the operational forces.
To be the best training command within the United States Marine Corps; producing the best trained, best prepared, and battle ready Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman.  He will be prepared to meet the challenges of present and future operational environments.