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STATION, civil law. A place where ships may ride in safety. Dig. 49, 12, 1, 13; id. 50, 15, 59.

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As a result of this, there were some 350 burials in the vicinity of the dressing station between then and the end of March 1918.
The Dressing Station proves that not only is Kaplan a good doctor but he also has a very evident flair for writing.
The two corpsmen had already talked about how they would divide medical duties in the event of a mass casualty emergency -- Parlier would handle injuries at the after battle dressing station, while Moser took care of patients up forward.
He spoke about setting up a dressing station, the conditions, the holes in the roof of the barn they were set up in, the dogfights in planes and the nights out in the local towns, so it's interesting.
A Red Cross eyewitness account said: "I heard that 2nd account said: "I heard that 2nd Lieutenant Springfield had both Lieutenant Springfield had both legs blown off and died on the legs blown off and died on the way to the dressing station.
The replica trench, which is 6ft deep and 130ft long, comes complete with a covered command bunker, a first aid dressing station and firing bays.
Jones was a stretcher bearer in France who went missing on June 15, 1917, after taking a wounded soldier to the dressing station.
With eyes and lungs damaged by German mustard gas, 10 blindfolded soldiers struggle towards a dressing station.
War is an indecent act, but decent acts are there - war brings out the worst in He then carried the man three quarters of a mile to a farmhouse which was being used as a dressing station, where the commanding officer died the following day.
Gerry said: "I was taking the wounded in, I probably took him into the dressing station - but I wouldn't have recognised him covered in blood.
He was wounded and placed in the transport to be taken to the dressing station, but he got away and returned to the thick of the fighting.