dressing station


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dressing station

A temporary station for soldiers wounded during combat.
See also: station
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On 24th October the Field Ambulance left Ecoivres for Prouville where they set up a dressing station in a chateau and evacuated cases to Doullens by horse and wagon.
It included both in- station as well as out-station covers with or without MO as well as advanced dressing station (ADS) and forward treatment centre (FTC) during complete 1 year of 2013.
The symbolic centrepiece of the exhibition is Henry Lamb's Advance Dressing Station on the Struma, 1916 (1921; Fig.
The etching The Dressing Station, a companion piece to La Patrie and another work new to me, is a powerful image which calls to mind the prints of Goya and Otto Dix, albeit from a more restrained British perspective.
Bu farw yn fuan ar l cyrraedd y 'dressing station'.
Disregarding his own safety, Harmon helped evacuate the wounded to a dressing station. He was killed while shielding a wounded shipmate from gunfire with his own body.
At a dressing station outside Sirte, surgeon Nuri Al-Naeri said that 12 people had been killed in fighting on the western side of the city on Friday, and another 139 were wounded.
An area for the headquarter wing will be needed, so this must be marked out, and places for the mess and main dressing station, and by the time you have done this your battalion, unless it is on rear guard, will be in and the company commanders carrying on.
I was evacuated back to the beach, to the dressing station, where they amputated my left leg just below the hip.
The expenses for the unit field dressing station (role one) remain incumbent upon each state participating in the operation.