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The use of the helicopter as a life-saving vehicle has not yet reached its full potential. The experiences that the Army Medical Service has gained in utilization of helicopter ambulances can and should be translated to comparable civilian emergency health programs. Neel S. All Rights Reserved. Twitter Facebook Email.

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This book chronicles the early problems of medical evacuation in Vietnam, recounts the valor of several of the Dust Off crews, and describes the procedures and equipment used to speed the movement of patients to in-theater Army hospitals. It also shows the effect that the helicopter had on traditional Army procedures dating back to the Civil War.

It should interest anyone concerned with Army medical history, the Vietnam War, or the problem of administering medical care in war or in times of civilian disasters. The widespread use of the helicopter for medical evacuation in America since the Vietnam War testifies to the broader issues raised by this study, and of the relevance of Army history to the civilian community.

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    How Vietnam became the proving ground for the first set of Hueys. How the term "Dust Off" was created, and how the Dust Off crews had to literally "Learn on the Fly" to find what worked and what didn't in a jungle environment with no drawn out battle lines. Fantastic read for anyone interested in how this now vital part of any military operation grew from infancy to a well defined operation.