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Airborne Medic

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975. "Film presentation depicting the airborne doctor and medical corpsman in battle, a team that brings new honors to a service that has traditionally been the best in the world. As the combat infantryman took to the air, so did the elements of supply he needed on the ground -- the quartermasters, the artillery, the medics. This role has been captured on film; the role of airborne medics in modern tactical operations."--National Archives and Records Administration.
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1954
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Pictorial Report Number 28

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "A cornerstone of the Army's job overseas is the defense of Western Europe and defense of Western Europe can mean defense against potential enemy air attack. The first story on this pictorial report concerns the 34th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade, a brigade on constant alert, for their positions in West Germany are just seconds away from possible enemy aggression. Two phases of training are shown in this report on The Big Brigade--the crossing of the Rhine River and deployment in pre-determined defense positions; and secondly, the testing of Brigade skills as they fire live ammunition side-by-side with British NATO allies and other American units. The manning of guns is not the only job of the United States Army in [...]
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1956