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SuprTEK will be deploying six to 12 software development teams to boost mission planning applications for supporting the Air Mobility Command s mission to provide worldwide cargo and passenger delivery, conduct air refueling and aeromedical evacuation missions, and transportation missions.
Ronald Hall served the wing as a member of the aeromedical evacuation squadron.
Jennifer Lewis, from the infection prevention and control team at University Hospital Llandough, serves with 4626 Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron based at Tactical Medical Wing at RAF Brize Norton.
By raising the qualifications of medical personal assigned to the frontline, AMC has been able to essentially push out the aeromedical evacuation system into the battlefield.
With a full payload of 170,000 pounds, a C-17 can fly 2,400 nautical miles on versatile missions including brigade airdrop and aeromedical evacuation.
This support involves coordination of strategic intertheater airlifts, tactical LC-130 field support, aeromedical evacuation support, search and rescue response, sealifts, seaport access bulk fuel supply, port cargo handling, and transportation requirements.
Two officers from Kings Heath 202 Field Hospital have been short-listed for the Military Civilian Health Partnership Awards 2009 along with the combined ortho-plastic team and aeromedical evacuation department at Selly Oak Hospital.
Air Force to evacuate orphans from Saigon, medics and nurses of the 9th Aeromedical Evacuation Group, from Clark Air Base in the Philippines, cared for these infants during the dangerous non-combatant evacuation.