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laroscout
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Santa Fe 2008 Roermond, The Netherlands

Sat Jun 21, 2008 23:28

Santa Fe 2008 Roermond, The Netherlands

more event info on http://http://www.santafe-online.nl/GB/event/home.php

Some pictures of our Aid Station after the Mock Battle, the German Sani's where taken prisoner and helped use with there wounded...

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pictures of the Field Hospital comming soon...
Guido

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laroscout
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Sat Jun 21, 2008 23:31

Here some pictures of the Fieldhospital

http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Album=BFSDQKQW

And here some more of my Aidstation

http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Album=7IXCM8WZ
Guido

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TenthA86
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Thu Jun 26, 2008 03:50

impressive display!
David J. Little

President, Tenth Mountain Division Living History Display Group
Secretary, Tenth Mountain Division Foundation
Board Member, Tenth Mountain Resource Center
Past Webmaster, National Association of the Tenth Mountain Division

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Medical Display

Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:31

Hi Guys,
It sure looks impressive ! Congrats for your setup .
If I may, a few suggestions :
Try and avoid overloading the lot - keep medical related and non-medical items separate - limit the number of very young re-enactors (btw, the use of civilian youngsters is an excellent idea) - respect WW2 clothing and hairdress of military re-enactors - field medics were usually not overburdened with military gear, they gave priority to medical items - German medical personnel should not wear ammo pouches - medical personnel operating at Aid Stations and Hospitals should only wear their 'specific' medical items - when treating casualties, remove web, gear, gloves, and anything that might impede the patient's movements .
Hope this helps ...
Alain :)
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