In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1evacuación médica feminine
- He talked to everybody while waiting for medevac helicopters.
- I've turned down countless missions (including medevac missions) because of poor weather.
- The WA Government paid for Nathan's medivac flight to Melbourne, post-natal care in Perth and his parents' accommodation.
- Other military roles include medevac and search-and-rescue operations.
- Some in critical condition can be flown in by medevac helicopters.
- Only one method of quick medivac to Brisbane or Sydney is by turbine or jet aircraft.
- He then contacted command and control, and requested close air support and medevac.
- At least four times a week, the U.S. Air Force operates a medevac flight from the base.
- Cameron believes the airstrip road would increase public safety by making medivacs easier in the winter.
- This aircraft is pressurized, with all the bells and whistles of a modern medivac unit.
- Mills' point was that we should remember the health of people elsewhere in the province before closing the island airport and rerouting medevac flights.
- Military commanders had worried the crowd would rush medevac helicopters.
- And just as we rolled up, the medevac helicopter was arriving; we saw them carrying away three soldiers on three stretchers.
- Since the airstrip was built in 1974, the Air Force has been responsible for all medivacs from the island.
- A unit of American marines on patrol saw the disabled vehicle and called in a medevac helicopter, which evacuated the officer and his soldiers.
- There have been occasions when walkers had to be taken out by medivac.
- This spring, he arrived at a school in Ohio in a medevac helicopter, wearing his flight suit.
- Before the 2000 epidemic wore itself out, there were six medevacs, although no one died.
- Five men were injured and were lifted by medevac helicopter to another base in Iraq.
- Paramedics had to be called to provide a medevac for the student, who has asked not to be identified for this story.
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