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PostPosted: Sun Mar 06, 2005 23:39 pm 
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Dave Steinert & Alain Batens excellent website on the WW2 US Combat Medic. This site tells you what each medic should have been issued with during the war. Excellent
http://home.att.net/~steinert/


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great site thanks

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Hi, does anyone know of a site or book like this for the RAMC?

I am trying to find out about 91 Indian General Hospital...any takers?

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a bit of history here

http://history.amedd.army.mil/booksdocs ... okfour.htm

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Bri,

Thank you, so much!

I can't believe it! This is amazing.

You have made my day, I could kiss you!!!

Thank you so much again, this means alot to me...
http://wwiireenacting.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=25962

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Excellent Stuff.... :D :D :D

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sorry, I should have elaborated...

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Embarkation for the fly-in took place from the airfields of Lalaghat and Imphal, but chiefly from Lalaghat.

With the construction of Dakota39 strips in the defended areas mentioned, it was now possible for casualties to be evacuated by air direct to base hospitals in Assam; and 91 I.G.H. in Sylhot was chosen as the base hospital for this Force.

It now became one of the functions of the Brigade Medical Units to receive the casualties on their arrival at the base air strips; and while arrangements had been made that all casualties were to be landed at Sylhot Air Strip, the possibility of their being landed elsewhere, namely Hailakundi, Lalaghat, and Agatala, had to be provided for, and Medical Detachments were consequently sited on each of these strips.40


My Great Uncle was in 91 1.G.H

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:idea: anyone :roll: visted this site :arrow: www.med-dept.com :roll: had a :oops: look seems ok :roll: all best dex :P

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:idea: anyone :roll: visted this site :arrow: www.med-dept.com :roll: had a :oops: look seems ok :roll: all best dex :P


Hi Dex

It's better than OK, trust me.

The two guys running it, Ben and Alain, certainly know their stuff.

Cheers

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yeah :idea: pleased you liked :wink: it i don't medics myself :idea: but thought it might help :wink: :wink: fellow reenactors all best dex

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