By James S. Nanney
Usa military Air Forces in international conflict 2. Summarizes the military Air Forces (AAF) clinical achievements that resulted in the construction of the Air strength scientific carrier in July 1949.
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And Charles M. Wiltse, Organization and Administration in World War II. S. Army, 1963. Bronk, Detlev, et al. “Aviation Medicine” (part 3, vol. 1). In E. C. ). Boston: Little, Brown, 1948. , and Albert E. Cowdrey. The Medical Department: Medical Service in the European Theater of Operations. S. Army Center for Military History, 1992. Craven, Wesley Frank, and James Lea Cate, eds. The Army Air Forces in World War II. Vol. VII, Services Around the World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948–1958.
On return trips to the United States, the cargo craft operated exclusively as an air ambulance. Special litter supports made quartering wounded passengers swift and easy. 26 PRINTER: insert FIGURE 23 After D–Day, the ATC, European Division, evacuated more than 10,000 patients from Great Britain to the United States. The trip usually took twentyfour hours and included one stopover to change crew, refuel, and feed the patients. One pilot flew a lot of missions supplying Gen. George Patton’s tanks with fuel.
PRINTER: insert FIGURE 21 Lt. Col. ) James J. Smith, left, established improved ditching and rescue procedures for aeromedical teams. dispensaries could hold patients no longer than seven days. S. Army field hospitals and assigned to the Ninth Air Force, patients could remain no longer than fifteen days. The clearing stations, however, could function independently, unlike the aviation medical dispensaries. Some of the forty such dispensaries assigned to the Ninth Air Force joined the first waves of troops landing in Normandy; others stayed in England to care for returning AAF patients.
Army Air Forces Medical Services in World War II (U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II) by James S. Nanney