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field ambulance

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(Military) military a mobile medical unit that accepts casualties from forward units, treating the lightly wounded and stabilizing the condition of the seriously wounded before evacuating them to a hospital
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He was posted as Private 2182 to the 2/4th London Field Ambulance, part of the 179th Brigade within the Army's 60th (2/2nd London Territorial) Division.
Also of note in the book is Private Archibald Douglas, 8th Field Ambulance, RAMC, who was educated at Annan Academy and served his apprenticeship as a clerk in the office of Messrs R Robinson and Sons in the town's Provost Mills before emigrating to Australia.
The bridge ensures a field ambulance can respond promptly to an injured jumper.
The vehicle offers excellent protection against both ballistic and blast threats with crew compartment protection of CEN Level BR6 armor in various applications ranging from a battle field ambulance up to a fully armed direct fire vehicle.
They will also showcase a field operating theatre, which include a field gun run, field catering demonstrations, battle field ambulance, marching military bands, street theatre and family zones.
He was injured on July 1, 1916 - his 36th birthday - when he was taken to a field ambulance with hand, thigh and leg injuries.
Newman deployed with the 1st Canadian Field Ambulance Unit during the Taliban resurgence.
PRIVATE David Thomas RAMC, 129 Field Ambulance Brigade, was born in Parrog on the Pembrokeshire coast in West Wales, but along with his parents later moved to Llanmaes, a hamlet in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The study was carried at Multan based field ambulance (Fd) taking in account of all the medical covers and diseases encountered during field exercise of complete 1 year of 2013.
He was commanding a Field Ambulance stationed near Pasrur in Sialkot Sector during the 1965 war.
He happened to be a young American doctor - there were two or three attached to the Field Ambulance - who when he looked at my sick report told me to pull my boot off.
Lance Sergeant John Wilson Gray, of the Royal Army Medical Corp, Northumbrian Field Ambulance, from Percy Avenue, Cullercoats.

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