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- n. (military) a station located near a combat area for giving first aid to the wounded
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The scene in Mr Knapp’s back room was not unlike a dressing station when Marlowe and Campion arrived.
"With a wound like that you belong in the dressing station at once, Jolassen.
Ernst was driven to the main dressing station by Stabsfeldwebel Wippermann, his senior NCO, and two others.
At the dressing station they discovered a bullet wound in Ribbentrop's right shoulder blade and another in his left shoulder.
When the fighter had disappeared, we drove as fast as we could in the riddled Volkswagen to the dressing station in Le Neubourg.
I had taken out a case of medical supplies to the advanced dressing station at Dmitriyevka.