U.S. wounded soldiers transported to North Africa by air evacuation during World War II.
North Africa Date:1944 Duration:1 min 19 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Wounded American soldiers arriving in North Africa, after being evacuated by air from combat zones, during World War 2. U.S. soldiers in fatigues, offload wounded troops, on litters from a U.S. C-47 air evacuation aircraft, and place them into an Army ambulance that drives away. The unloading soldiers wait for another ambulance. Several airmen sit in a jeep with a woman in a blue flight outfit, wearing a headscarf. They are facing away from the camera and watching patients being transferred. The tail of the C-47 can be seen in the background. It displays the tail code "N." Numerous closeups of wounded being moved on stretchers from the aircraft to ambulances.
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