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  • noun Alternative form of medevac.
  • verb Alternative form of medevac.


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  • The chopper that Stansfield approached was blue and silver with the word MEDEVAC painted in white letters over both sliding doors.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #1

  • MEDEVAC MISSIONSPercentage of medical evacuation missions of badly wounded troops this year in Afghanistan that were completed in less than an hour:

    Medevacs for troops get faster in Afghanistan

  • He holds the record for the Vietnam War for the most MEDEVAC flights.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Capt, MEDEVAC PILOT (300+ missions), prisoner of war, held in captivity with Blaine

    Heroes or Villains?

  • I was an eye witness to Ashley's arrival at the MEDEVAC pad in Pleiku following his "hero" action in '66.

    Bane Ashley

  • It finally got dark and the MEDEVAC bird arrived and started hoisting up the wounded and the dead.


  • They were on a steep ridge at night getting raked by machine-gun fire, and everyone knew the MEDEVAC helicopters would never dare attempt a landing in those conditions; they were going to have to get Vimoto and another man named Pecsek down to the road to get picked up.


  • Flight time from MEDEVAC helicopter from the mountain to a trauma center is about 15 minutes.

    CNN Transcript Apr 10, 2009

  • And you should know that CNN reached out to the Canadian government for a comment on the lack of MEDEVAC services in Quebec, but they would not return our repeated calls and E-mails.

    CNN Transcript Apr 10, 2009

  • ARMY MEDEVAC: If we had time, we would probably -- do it more than two days a week.

    CNN Transcript Feb 19, 2008


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