U.S.Army Medical Service. Successive treatment of casualties, from battlefield to evacuation to japan, during the Korean War.
Korea Date:1953 Duration:4 min 54 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. tanks and troops under fire in Korea. A medic crawling through mud to keep up with infantry. Medics rendering emergency aid to wounded on battlefield, treating them for blood loss and shock, administering blood plasma and treating wounds. U.S. trooops carrying their wounded, under fire, to Battalion aid stations. Ambulatory wounded walking to air station. U.S. wounded being loaded into ambulance for transport to the Regimental Collection Station. Wounded on litters being carried on jeeps, Wounded on litters being loaded on helicopter. View of Division Clearing Station. Helicopter brings wounded to a hospital at Pusan. U.S. Army doctors, who specialize in surgery, orthopedics, etc. seen at work. Surgeons scrubbing before surgery. Casualties being loaded on open trucks for transport to airfield for evacuation by combat cargo planes. Group of C-47 aircraft parked on ramp. Casualties on stretchers being carried aboard a C-54 aircraft. The air evacuation aircraft takes off for Japan.
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