Just medics and SLs can give aid is not good enough - it doesn't play in the real world. In real world, buddy aid is a reality. In the OBH scenarios for 2017, we have 1 medic assigned for the entire squad of 3 fireteams. Say during the action, fireteams can become separated in flanking manuvers, that prevents the flanking unit from getting aid if the medic stays with the fixing force. Can we decide that first time hit buddy aid with units w/o medics available can be considered?
I agree with Sabre.
MSW has a good idea in the spirit of milsim, fun, and realism.
A 4 foot COBAN wrap is just fine, but a buddy should be able to administer buddy aid for your first hit to get you back into the fight. That's real world, right there. We don't need TQ's, but I also am not opposed to using TQ's, whether real or simulation.
As for the second hit, I'm enamored with the idea of making us all down a bottle of water. Whatever the situation may be, the troop probably needs that water before he continues on.