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CASEVACCasualty Evacuation
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Establishing a fixed-wing CASEVAC capability is a military and economic imperative.
The platoon leader must ensure that every mission, whether real-world or training, has a CASEVAC plan that includes, at a minimum, the following elements and considerations:
On 27 March 2013, the AAF conducted its first combined training exercise, flying Afghan Mi-35s and Mi-17s in an air-assault capacity and C-208Bs in a CASEVAC role.
0630 1 M58 SMK track Inform BCT/dispatch TAD destroyed by direct CASEVAC vehicle.
If aircraft were available, the unit requested air CASEVAC for the wounded.
where MEDEVAC and CASEVAC procedures are complicated by isolation from appropriate medical facilities.
maneuver, fires, CASEVAC (casualty evacuation), and de-confliction and integration of air, along with 'Karzai's Rules,'" with respect to the operation.
Improve at least one lane to two-way traffic and designate this as the primary CASEVAC route.
The CASEVAC phase begins with the CLS preparing the casualty for evacuation.
If I had done a better recon with the objective imagery for CASEVAC LZs, then I would not have had to move so far.
The greatest resolution for resource requirements is where the rubber meets the road, and the responsibility for anticipating things such as detainee movement support, supply class requirements and status, CASEVAC possibilities, and impacts from the weather over the long term, all fall squarely on the shoulders of the company commander.
Two other trucks were responsible for the rear security and provided the immediate CASEVAC platform.