Was planning to do some casualty evacuation drills as part of a range package background activity. Basic plan was for the group not firing to receive a first aid lesson and then practice the old casualty drag as taught in a previous TSPT lesson. However...... Grown ups stated that a risk assessment hadnt been done and if the fragile little darlings (soldiers they used to be called) were injured then we would all be in the brown stuff. Obviously grown ups got their way and chaps sent off to re do the range plan but is this true that a warm up must be done for a one off 50 meter drag? I'm a PTI and would have been happy for them to do it. Casualty was a twelve stone dummy.