September 15, 2009

Providing Constant Care


Medical technicians of the 332nd Expeditionary Aeromedical Squadron hand-carry a patient aboard a C-17 Globemaster here Sept. 10, 2009. The 332nd CASF provides patient reception services, supportive care, limited contingency interventions and administrative support to patients taking aeromedical evacuation flights. Photo by Senior Airman Chris Hubenthal


Tech. Sgt. Tiffany Turner and Senior Airman Joseph Wallington, medical technicians of the 332nd Expeditionary Aeromedical Squadron, prepare a patient for transport from the Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility to a C-17 Globemaster at the Air Force Theater Hospital here Sept. 10, 2009. The 332nd CASF is a 24-hour staging operation that coordinates the movement of patients within the aeromedical evacuation system. Photo by Senior Airman Chris Hubenthal


Medical technicians of the 332nd Expeditionary Aeromedical Squadron hand-carry a patient aboard a C-17 Globemaster to position him for takeoff here Sept. 10, 2009. The 332nd CASF provides patient reception services, supportive care, limited contingency interventions and administrative support to patients taking aeromedical evacuation flights. Photo by Senior Airman Chris Hubenthal


Medical technicians of the 332nd Expeditionary Aeromedical Squadron prepare to hoist a patient into takeoff position aboard a C-17 Globemaster here Sept. 10, 2009. The 332nd CASF provides patient reception services, supportive care, limited contingency interventions and administrative support to patients taking aeromedical evacuation flights. Photo by Senior Airman Chris Hubenthal

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