Medevacs Revisited: Embedding Photos Alive and Well

Shaw, Michael
June 2012
BAGnewsNotes;6/10/2012, p1
Blog Entry
Several photographs related to medevac, are presented, including those taken in August 2010, October 2010, and June 2011.


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