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2006 The last Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) is decommissioned by the United States Army
These advances included using helicopters to transport soldiers and the development of the mobile army surgical hospital (MASH) unit, which was designed to bring experienced surgeons closer to the front lines so that wounded soldiers could be treated more quickly.
On August 5, 1950, a US military helicopter supporting combat operations in Korea responded to an emergency call and transported a wounded Soldier to a mobile army surgical hospital.
Stageloft Repertory Theater did all it could to wring laughs out of Tim Kelly's 1973 play Saturday night, courtesy of director Edward Cornely's crisp pacing, his large cast's engaging performances, and an authentically constructed set consisting of canvas tents, cots and props befitting a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War.
s Swamp, and other set features inhabited by the fictional 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital.
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Back in the dressing room, meanwhile, it was a throwback to the 1970s television show about the mobile army surgical hospital during the Korean war.
Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals were made famous in much-loved TV comedy show M*A*S*H, starring Alan Alda.