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AIR FORCE - AFTTP 3-42.5

AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 23 July 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 41
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AE is just one component of the DOD En Route Care (ERC) Capability, or En Route Casualty Care System (ERCCS), which enables continuation of care during movement (evacuation) without clinically compromising a patient's condition. The Air Force AE system provides a critical PM capability which cuts across traditional Service lines. Historically, the majority of AE patients generated during wars and contingency operations since World War II came from Army and Marine Corps ground combat units. Therefore, it is important that the AE system integrates well with medical components of all Services, not just those of the Air Force. Moreover, the past decade has increasingly revealed the necessity of advancing AE interoperability with coalition and allied AE partners (reference AFD Annex 3-17 and JP 4-02).

Document History

AFTTP 3-42.5
July 23, 2019
AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
AE is just one component of the DOD En Route Care (ERC) Capability, or En Route Casualty Care System (ERCCS), which enables continuation of care during movement (evacuation) without clinically...
November 1, 2003
AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION (AE)
The Air Force AE system provides a critical patient movement capability that cuts across traditional Service lines. Since World War II, the preponderance of AE patients generated during wars and...

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