Treatment of wounded United States soldiers in Saipan, Mariana Islands during World War II. A casualty on a stretcher receives blood plasma. An ambulance jeep arrives at an aid station. Soldiers carry a stretcher and a casualty in the aid station. A wounded with shell shock being treated. An ambulance jeep comes at the aid station. It backs into the area. A casualty on a stretcher. A Corpsman takes down information about the wounded. Corpsmen treat a wounded soldier. An ambulance in the background. A Corpsman and a doctor rig up blood plasma and give it to a wounded soldier on a table. A casualty being administered blood plasma. A truck loaded with casualties pulls away from the aid station. A jeep along side the truck and another jeep in the background. A group of doctors rests and smokes. 6th Regiment Aid Station. Soldiers gathered around the aid station.
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