Aid station



a medical installation located in a forward or isolated position in the field for providing routine or emergency medical treatment to the troops.
Contemporary Examples

Larson told Bundermann that they needed cover fire before they could make a run for it and try to bring Mace to the aid station.
Ty Carter Awarded Medal of Honor David Eisler, Jake Tapper August 30, 2013

As soon as they reached the aid station, the docs grabbed Mace and got to work on him.
Ty Carter Awarded Medal of Honor David Eisler, Jake Tapper August 30, 2013

As they chugged toward the aid station, they passed by the bodies of the two dead insurgents Larson had killed.
Ty Carter Awarded Medal of Honor David Eisler, Jake Tapper August 30, 2013

Historical Examples

His leg was stiffening, but he was lifted to a limber seat, and rode there back to the aid station.
Battery E in France Frederic R. Kilner

Another roar shook the ground and balls of dirt rolled down the walls of the First aid station.
Shelled by an Unseen Foe James Fiske

The wheel driver trotted to a first aid station to get help for the wounded men, while the regiment went on.
The Iron Division, National Guard of Pennsylvania, in the World War H. G. Proctor

With all the care possible they carried their burden over the rough, uneven ground back to the First aid station.
Shelled by an Unseen Foe James Fiske

That is not the stairwell, sir, that is the second door of the first aid station.
Warren Commission (12 of 26): Hearings Vol. XII (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

They reached the entrance to the First aid station and gave their unconscious burden into the hands waiting to receive him.
Shelled by an Unseen Foe James Fiske

An orderly entered with a written call for a nurse for the First aid station.
Shelled by an Unseen Foe James Fiske

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