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Two wounded soldiers are transported on a stretcher-carrier jeep ambulance by L.E. McKeating, driver, and L.F. McCadam, members of the 23d Field Ambulance RCAMC assigned to the 9th Infantry Brigade, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division, Basly, France, 27 June 1944. A WC 3/4-ton ambulance is at right.

Two wounded soldiers are transported on a stretcher-carrier jeep ambulance by L.E. McKeating, driver, and L.F. McCadam, members of the 23d Field Ambulance RCAMC assigned to the 9th Infantry Brigade, 3rd Canadian Infantry Division, Basly, France, 27 June 1944. A WC 3/4-ton ambulance is at right.

U.S. medics in Jeep Ambulance Medics of the 84th Division bring casualties back on their Jeep, near Samres, Belgium. They were part of the 1st Battalion 334th Infantry Regiment. Image was taken January 13, 1945.

U.S. medics in Jeep Ambulance Medics of the 84th Division bring casualties back on their Jeep, near Samres, Belgium. They were part of the 1st Battalion 334th Infantry Regiment. Image was taken January 13, 1945.

An ambulance jeep of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (R.C.A.M.C.), Vaucelles, France, 20 July 1944.

An ambulance jeep of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (R.C.A.M.C.), Vaucelles, France, 20 July 1944.

Bullet holes in the windshield of this Jeep are a testament to the faithful service of the Medics of the 84th Division as they evacuate wounded soldiers in their makeshift Jeep ambulance. The Medics are carrying two soldiers wrapped up in blankets to keep them warm in the frigid cold. The litters are strapped to a makeshift frame attached to the flat-hooded Jeep 4x4. This Jeep caravan was part of the 1st Battalion, 334th Infantry Regiment. Image was taken on January 9th, 1945.

Bullet holes in the windshield of this Jeep are a testament to the faithful service of the Medics of the 84th Division as they evacuate wounded soldiers in their makeshift Jeep ambulance. The Medics are carrying two soldiers wrapped up in blankets to keep them warm in the frigid cold. The litters are strapped to a makeshift frame attached to the flat-hooded Jeep 4x4. This Jeep caravan was part of the 1st Battalion, 334th Infantry Regiment. Image was taken on January 9th, 1945.

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