medical evacuation

  1. the evacuation of persons (usually by air transportation) to a place where they can receive medical care
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How To Use medical evacuation In A Sentence

  • The cabin provides accommodation for 11 fully equipped troops or four litters (stretcher patients) with a medical officer for medical evacuation missions.
  • The new helicopters will replace the 12 older-model Dauphin helicopters currently being used by state police for medical evacuations and other operations. Concerns raised over Md. helicopter bid
  • These 12-to-19-person training teams serve as a vital link between forward-deployed Afghan army and police units and ISAF support such as airpower, medical evacuation, and resupply. Top News
  • In the medical evacuation role, the aircraft can carry 24 casualties on litters and four medical attendants.
  • Helicopters performed essential duties in medical evacuation, they were usually known as dustoffs, performing dustoff duty, or casevac (casualty evacuation).
  • The aircraft and crews also provided logistic and aero medical evacuation support to forces from six nations.
  • In the medical evacuation role, the aircraft can transport 24 litters (stretcher patients) and four medical crew.
  • Tasks undertaken have included searches, medical evacuations, and providing aid to ships and boats in distress.
  • She has been regularly involved in aeromedical evacuations ever since. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a result, we're expected to carry supplies, dispatches and both ingoing and outgoing personnel by the tonne and perform a medical evacuation service.
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