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The American military personnel, and their coalition allies, who are wounded while fighting the terrorists (and their apologists) in both Iraq and Afghanistan are today the beneficiaries of a field hospital system that was developed long ago in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. The mobile hospitals developed by the U.S. Army Medical Corps has evolved into a unique life-saving force that has not simply relied on a trained staff but also a fast and well-fueled transportation system. This Yank Magazine article will give the reader a good look at how the medics and doctors had to work during the second War to End All Wars:

"A portable surgical hospital is a medical unit of four doctors and generally 32 enlisted men. They're supposed to work directly behind the line of battle and patch up casualties so they can be removed to an evacuation hospital. Sometimes part of the portable hospital personnel have to be removed, too."

     


U.S. Army  Mobile Hospitals of World War Two (Yank Magazine, 1944)

U.S. Army  Mobile Hospitals of World War Two (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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