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cas·e·vac

 (kăzh′ə-văk′)
n.
The transportation of a wounded person, usually by air, from an area of military conflict to an area where medical care can be provided.
tr.v. cas·e·vaced, cas·e·vac·ing, cas·e·vacs
To transport (a wounded person) from an area of military conflict to an area where medical care can be provided.

casevac

(ˈkæzɪˌvæk)
vb
to evacuate (a casualty) from a combat zone, usually by air
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I wondered how many CASEVACs we were going to have to do, but in the end there seemed to be some imperceptible order to proceedings--no one lost any more than a finger, and only one at that.
The three fixed-wing Cessna Caravans, equipped with FLIR surveillance equipment, executed 132 operational missions, including surveillance, casevacs, and command and control support for large operations.
This issue, which focuses on CasEvacs, highlights the risks involved in getting our injured personnel to the next level of medical care.
Consider adding simulated IEDs, vehicular mobility kills, and CASEVACs to advanced convoy live-fire exercises.
Consider single-ship operations in bad weather for urgent CasEvacs, or have lead stay higher over friendly territory in radio contact with the CasEvac aircraft.