Medical soldiers practice movement of patients from transport on board a train to a waiting ambulance in 1917. This image is from the United States and demonstrates some consideration for training before arrival in Europe during World War I. Although there were specialized “hospital trains”, necessity (and haste) may have caused these Pullman railcars to be used.
See more of this article here.
The AUSA Firing Line Access Instructions Aug14
The “AUSA Firing Line” is open! Please encourage all of your members to go to our online virtual community where they can check out the discussion forums, blog sites and surveys and share their thoughts. To access the site go to the AUSA home page at www.ausa.org and click on the “AUSA Firing Line” icon to view all items:
“Log in” to comment on a discussion topic or blog post. For further information about how to access the site and “log in,” see the attached document.
All the best and see you on the site!
COL Stanley E. Crow
Assistant Director for Army National Guard Affairs
Association of the U.S. Army
2425 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
1-800-336-4570, ext 2689
We’ve set up a website for player and team registration through Golf Digest at http://www.golfdigestplanner.com/25683-FOREOurTROOPS/index.html. Click REGISTER NOW and then select either Individual Golfer $100 or foursomes $400.
Registration now open.
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Our next General Membership Meeting will be held 13 FEB beginning at 1530 at Benchmade, 300 Beavercreek Road, in Oregon City (entrance is located on NE corner of the building). Please mark your calendar now so you can attend this special meeting. After a tour of their facility, Benchmade is offering a 50% discount on store purchases made following our meeting.
PLEASE JOIN US AT BENCHMADE!
Next AUSA Columbia River Chapter EXCOM Meeting: 12 December 2013 at the ARC (Hall of Honor) beginning at 1300.
If you are unable to attend this EXCOM meeting but have information to report, please e-mail it to me (Linda9664@msn.com) NLT Tuesday, 10 Dec.