- n. Plural form of evac.
“Sat 10/24/09 1: 51 AM if you think about it … they had to vote two people out (one from each tribe) so the two med-evacs, mike and russell, were the two voted out.”
“The whoop-whoop-whoop of the klaxons, and all the evacs, and the bomb-sniffing dogs you saw everywheres about.”
“RicoRossi (FortHood, Texas) emergency sirens going off, HALO evacs, lockdowns, there is not 1 person walking thru the streets of FT HOOD 05 Nov 2009 from web”
“The more news from the fightiing that shows the soldiers being shot and wounded, with legs and arms blown off, and bleeding bodies with medics working over them, and med-evacs coming in and going out, that is seen in prime-time news, the quicker that this misadventure will end.”
“It blows my mind how people ignore mandantory evacs.”
“But today will be a day of watching and waiting -- T.J. HOLMES: Yes, you don't want to cry wolf on those evacs.”
“They have all sort of focused on early medical evacs.”
“Due to the geography of New Orleans and the varying scales of potential disasters and their resulting emergency evacuations, different plans are in place for small scale evacs and for citywide evacuations of whole populations.”
“You need boats and helis only for rescue operations, not the ‘normal’ evacs and supply.”
“Arnold should be talking about making sure that people have enough insurance to cover them, and to obey all directions for evacs immediately.”
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