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air evacuation

The evacuation of personnel and cargo by aircraft or helicopters.
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Initially six weeks in length and later stretched to eight weeks, the training encompassed specifics of air evacuation as well as general military instruction.
In clinical practice, a simple and rapid assessment is needed to differentiate those patients who need bronchoscopy simply from patients who need both air evacuation and bronchoscopy.
The Secret Rescue provides a brief history of the US Army Air Forces Medical Air Evacuation Transport Squadrons (MAETS) and the military's efforts to recruit nurses.
Spiedel, in June 1944, on her 80th air evacuation flight, was on one of the first planes (a C-47) that landed in Germany to pick up soldiers from a first aid station and accompanied them back to England She served for 39 months.
"Get back on cordon!" He called in the incident on the radio, refused air evacuation, and led his squad four rocky miles back to their base.
The other component that must be understood is the capacity and efficiency of the Role 3 hospitals and the air evacuation assets in RC(S).
During World War II air evacuation became a quick and effective way to transport seriously wounded troops from the front line in New Guinea and the surrounding islands, back to base hospitals in Australia.
The IOM has successfully repatriated over 6,000 Ethiopian migrants this year but this will be its final air evacuation to Ethiopian migrants unless further finance is received.
J-STD-033C also includes diagrams of recommended, not recommended, and acceptable MBB air evacuation.
"Air evacuation to Brisbane is being organised to ensure evacuations can proceed after the Moonie Highway closes."
The final asset consideration for medevac is for air evacuation. Consistently, medical planners treat air medevac as the primary method instead of the preferred method of evacuation, so they often do not truly plan for the use of these limited assets.
Summary: JEDDAH: The Saudi Red Crescent Authority (SRCA) has finalized its landmark air evacuation plan for this year's Haj, said Capt.