medivac


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medivac

(ˈmɛdɪˌvæk)
n, vb -vacs, -vacking or -vacked
(Automotive Engineering) a variant spelling of medevac
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Noun1.medivac - the evacuation of persons (usually by air transportation) to a place where they can receive medical caremedivac - the evacuation of persons (usually by air transportation) to a place where they can receive medical care
evacuation - the act of evacuating; leaving a place in an orderly fashion; especially for protection
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UK and NATO forces to support the very same operations and utilization for refueling, cargo, personnel and medivac missions globally.
Toward the end of May, most enemy anti-aircraft defenses around the city were suppressed by air power, and by early June, helicopters could land for resupply and medivac.
Miami Children's Hospital in Miami, FL, expanded its offerings of point-of-care tests (POCT) in the late 1990s to support its "Lifeflight" medivac program, says Steven Melnick, PhD.
Meanwhile, Hawg 56 was struck by lightning while dodging thunder clouds above but remained on station to coordinate for the medivac removal of wounded personnel.
Can you just check that they're happy to pay for the Medivac team?
We were able to bring in US military to medivac two people.
The last time I saw him, I was putting him on a medivac helicopter in the Arizona Territory.
Finally in 1993, succeeded in producing its first vaccines including Medivac ND La Sota and Medivac ND Hitchner B1.
Air Charter International's experience within the Oil and Gas industry has enabled the execution of projects that include helicopter exploration services; crew change operations; movement of cargo and oil & gas equipment; oil spill monitoring and offshore/onshore medivac services.
Air Charter International's experience within the oil and gas industry has enabled the execution of projects that include helicopter exploration services, crew change operations, movement of cargo and oil and gas equipment, oil spill monitoring and offshore/onshore medivac services.
When we were there, there were ten British Chinooks in the air for 5,000 or so fighting troops, one of them a medivac helicopter which was 30 years old.
Two red cross-marked medivac helicopters yesterday afternoon flew from Camp Dwyer to pick up heat victims," Colonel Mike Killion said Friday.