Injured troops are treated in a field, evacuation centers and are transferred to hospitals for medical aid on a Pacific island.
Pacific Theater Date:1945 Duration:4 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
Wounded U.S. troops are treated on a Pacific island during World War II. Jeeps loaded with injured troops. A corpsman medic keeps medicines and other things on a litter. Medical aid provided to the injured. A medic removes a fracture bandage from the leg of a soldier. A medic treats the ankle of an injured soldier. An ambulance arrives to pick up the injured. Injured soldiers are loaded into ambulances. Bomb explosions on a battlefield. The ambulance carrying injured backs off. The injured at an evacuation center. Women and men are taken out of a landing craft. Wounded soldiers on a landing craft. The landing craft carrying the injured underway in the Pacific ocean. The injured soldiers are transferred to ships from landing crafts. Doctors treat the injured soldiers in a hospital.
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