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  • adj. Of or pertaining to aeromedicine

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  • adj. of or relating to aviation medicine


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  • There was an incident during this latest mission that clearly illustrated why the KC-135's airlift capability is so important and why Sergeant Bearup called aeromedical taskings so

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  • Staffed by "aeromedical" units, they ferry injured troops from Iraq to treatment facilities in Germany.

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  • NAA pilots chose ALPA because of the many benefits such as aeromedical services and the access to worldwide support through ALPA and its affiliation with the International Federation of Air Line Pilots 'Associations.

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  • Avery's companies were engaged in, among other things, air charter services, aeromedical evacuation, legal services, development of real property, and court imposed electronic monitoring.


  • A C130 with an aeromedical capability and a fully equipped ground party, which will be on board to assist with search and recovery efforts, will depart Australia overnight and, again, is expected to be ready to assist from tomorrow morning.

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  • It is indeed the largest aeromedical service in the world.


  • Air Force airlift, air refueling, aeromedical evacuation, fighter and reconnaissance aircraft provide 24/7 capability to Coalition combat forces.

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  • CF aeromedical personnel were also onboard the aircraft to assist with any medical issues.

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  • They've also sent an aeromedical team of doctors and nurses.

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  • We met with our U.S. commanders, as well, and toured the contingency aeromedical staging facility, which is the first stop for our brave wounded heroes when they come back for medical care, before being taken home.

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