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Upload date:April 18, 2012


WWII Medic and Soldier Evacuating Wounded Soldier On Litter. Authentic period uniforms, weapons, boots, helmets, ammo belts etc. The U.S. military in World War II had an organized, structured system for evacuation and treatment of casualties that stretched from front line foxholes to hospitals in the United States homeland, based on medical care echelons. Sick or wounded individuals would be transported from one echelon to another as rapidly and efficiently as possible, subject to conditions which often prevented optimal handling, to optimize their care and potential to return to duty.
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