[ US /ˈmɛdɪˌvæk/ ]
  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 medivac In A Sentence

  • We posted 10 days ago in Update 12 that there are problems and just before Patch 8 there was some discussion about Medivac.
  • Hobart made an emergency dash to Macquarie Island in 1979 to medivac a sick scientist.
  • Others, though, those who injured a lot more seriously, will take several days, perhaps even several weeks, before they're fit enough to be medivacked out of Germany and into the United States. CNN Transcript Dec 22, 2004
  • Since the airstrip was built in 1974, the Air Force has been responsible for all medivacs from the island.
  • Just because your health insurance covers a medivac flight to Mexico City or Guadalajara and mine did doesn´t mean that you can take that chance. MORE ISSUES
  • There have been occasions when walkers had to be taken out by medivac.
  • Still waiting for the medivac and support Sgt Bass had to think quick. Heroes or Villains?
  • SUDDARTH: I think the weather was not great, but it wasn't -- it wasn't -- it wouldn't complicate any kind of medivac or anything like that. CNN Transcript - Breaking News: Nine Injured, One Dead Found in Cuban Plane Search Area - September 19, 2000
  • Tell me what you can about the extent of the injuries, of the 11 who are, who were medivacked out. CNN Transcript Mar 22, 2003
  • As a result, one member of the 101st Airborne is dead, ten others wounded, had to be medivacked to a local hospital. CNN Transcript Mar 23, 2003
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