aeromedical evacuation


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aeromedical evacuation

The specialised transportation of injured or unwell personnel in the US Air Force, which is co-ordinated by the Air Mobility Command at Scott Air Force Base, Illlinois.
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Evanosky said that in the long run she sees TIS capability as a significant advantage for the aeromedical evacuation mission and "will certainly offset the specialized future challenges in assuring the proper care is administered to those who are in need."
Rodney Christa, the squadron superintendent for the 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, has more than 20 years of AE experience supporting injured warfighters.
Ron Hall served as an aeromedical evacuation technician at the 315th AES," Ball said.
On a typical day, the nearly 700 people assigned to the center coordinate hundreds of airlift, air refueling and aeromedical evacuation missions, moving nearly 2,000 tons of cargo and more than 5,300 passengers globally.
"To continue to be the best, AMC will improve, innovate, overcome, and adapt to changes in the world to ensure our ability to provide worldwide, world-class airlift, air refueling, aeromedical evacuation, and the necessary global reach laydown to support our joint and coalition partners.
Rocky Walls of 12 Stars Media raised his hand and volunteered to take part in the aeromedical evacuation training and quickly found himself being treated for a simulated collapsed lung.
It plans schedules and tracks tanker, airlift and aeromedical evacuation aircraft worldwide.
Ely is part of a five-person AE team consisting of a medical crew director, flight nurse and three aeromedical evacuation technicians.
One aeromedical evacuation flight can encompass three countries, four days and more than 30 hours of flight time.
Trudy Frantz, 446th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron flight nurse, assembles a litter with a Soldier onboard a C-17 Globemaster III during a mass-casualty exercise at McChord Field, Wash.

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