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CU hand writes 'London, England' Man walks through town square in Mayfair, England CU packages with BWRS (British War Relief Society) stamped on it Man pushes cart with packages Men and women sit a table and discuss relief aid Women handle goods Lady Ward talks to volunteer, volunteer stuffs bag at Dudley House (relief center) Ext. Dudley House Salvation Army officers carry crates Women tend to child, women put coats on men and women CU young child with doll smiles (nice) Buildings burn, bombed city Salvation Army mobile canteens People in front of food truck, CU child eat cake Inside of truck, women hand out coffee and food Ext. truck, women hand out coffee, camera pans ruined building around truck Line of trucks Queen Elizabeth stands in front of 'Queen's Mercy Convoy' truck, queen inspects truck Row of ambulances, women stand at attendance in front of vehicles CU ambulances Women sew Boys play pool, ball falls off table Boys play checkers Teenagers plays table tennis Girls carry coffee cups, girls clean chairs Children in front of building, CU girl cleans chair leg, CU little girls clean, one girl has a wash basin Girl with clothes dryer squeezes water out of wash Children play Row of nurses with prams and babies march (nice), CU three babies per pram Woman and children run in a circle (ring-around-the-rosie) Girls slide down slide, nurse retrieves children from fire chute Children walk and wave washcloths Nurses bathe babies in tubs, all in row CU toddlers' faces, toddlers stand in cribs Baby sleeps Deaf boy talks to nurse, nurse reads to him (pathetic) CU sad children, smiling boy with cast put on stretcher Row of nurses carry children on stretchers to ambulance Doctors and nurses examine man's head in x-ray machine American and British flags over hospital CU nurses outside hospital Surgical team in surgery, CU anesthesiologist giving gas LS nurses with patients in hospital ward Camera pans row of men on crutches with nurses Patients limp towards camera Group of nurses with baby carriages (dozens) Outdoor playground children play on swings and slides CU frowning baby on swing, boy sits on toy train pulled and pushed by boys Children climb on jungle gym Playroom, boys play with boards and girls play cards Girls set tea table (nice) Nurse with tape over her eyes, baby on bed with tape over eyes, CU baby under sunlamp Babies in crib plays Women stand in a line with babies Women sit in a row with babies Woman holds baby upside down Esther Day lifts baby by feet (repeated), she smiles Day hangs toddler upside down from a swing, she lifts her up and down Day holds boy's hand as he walks on a pole (back view) Baby holds onto bar on a bench, Day lifts her legs, baby slides down bench Day holds naked baby in front of a row of naked babies People sit around a table and discuss orphans, all raise hands Crowd of running children Repeat of previous scenes
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion surgeons perform a surgery in a mobile army surgical hospital in Inje, Korea.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. Interiors of a surgical tent shows U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion surgeons putting a mask over a wounded soldier's face to administer anesthesia, and work during a surgical operation. The doctors pass clamps and scissors during the surgery operation. Location: Inje Korea. Date: December 1951.
KOREAN WAR - ARMY MEDICAL CORPS / B-ROLL
BLACK AND WHITE HISTORICAL FILM HIGHLIGHTS THE ARMY MEDICAL CORPS DURING THE KOREAN WAR / CONFLICT.
True Glory, The
Sequence on Canadian or British soldiers in shallow trenches in woods, firing trench mortars, relaxing, cleaning guns, keeping an eye out for the enemy, firing machine gun. Shot of ambulance jeep moving by camera. Sequence on wounded GI being rescued by one of his comrades during spell of street fighting, being cared for in field hospital. Shots of US Army nurse, of doctors operating in tent surgical room. Sequence on mulberry harbour being used, vehicles rolling off, US troops marching. Shots of bad storm that wrecked part of the harbour, of harbour being used after storm. Shots of German soldiers marching in town of Cherbourg, of US mobile units speeding past camera, infantry moving ahead. GROUND TO AIR LS of bombers. CU of masked face of pilot. Various shots of French peasants working in fields, of cows, intercut with GI's in bush, running for cover. Shots of GI's fraternizing with peasants after battle. Sequence on capture of Cherbourg, srtillery barrage, GI's street fighting, Germans surrending, troops. Shots of ruined harbour, of efforts made by Americans to maki it operational. Sequence on Maquis showing sortie against German convoy in mountains, demolition of a bridge. Shots of dozens of dead civilians killed by Germans in retaliation. Shots of German artillery, armour, paratroop battalion, advancing, in action in Caen region. Dawn shots of Canadian troops advancing, armour preparing to open barrage against city. LSs of air raid against Caen. AERIAL SHOT of bombs falling, explosing. AIR TO AIR SHOTs of bombers, intercut with CUs of pilot. Shots of Canadians entering city, fighting door to door, of utter destruction. Shots of Canadian armour and infantry moving ahead on road out of city, across fields. Shot of German field marshal Erwin Rommel. Shots of German tank firing, of German soldiers firing.
M.A.S.H. UNITS DURING WWII
During WWII Dr. Drew helped set up the first mobile surgical hospitals near the front lines, saving countless lives. These units later became popularized has M.A.S.H. units.
10/06/70 C0013682 / COLOR JORDAN: OPERATION FIG HILL, THE AMERICAN SURGICAL HOSPITAL, IN JORDAN:
10/06/70 C0013682 / COLOR JORDAN: OPERATION FIG HILL, THE AMERICAN SURGICAL HOSPITAL, IN JORDAN: UNCUT "OPERATION FIG HILL" SHOWS: WATER PURIFICATION UNIT: COMMUNICATIONS AREA: EXTERIOR OF THE HOSPITAL, WITH MAINTENANCE AND MESS TENTS IN FRONT: BRITISH AMBULANCE PAINTED WHITE AND THEIR COMMUNICATIONS AREA: ONE ROLL IS AN INTERVIEW WITH AMERICAN AMBASSADOR BROWN WITH WILD TRACK SOUND INCLUDED WHICH WAS FILMED IN FRONT OF THE HOSPITAL: INTERVIEW WAS CONDUCTED BY GALE WILEY, STARS AND STRIPES: (SHOT RECENTLY 500FT) DISASTER RELIEF WATER POLLUTION & PURIFICATION - GENERAL JORDAN - POLITICS (RELATED) HOSPITALS (SS) MOBILE ARMY FOREIGN AID - US - JORDAN BROWN, (AMB) XX - SOF WILEY, GALE - SOF US - FOREIGN RELATIONS - JORDAN NBC - POOL / 500 FT / 16 COL / POS / R31250 SEPARATE ROLL MAG TAPE
PA-2337 1 inch; PA-0143 Beta SP
Army Nurse, The
1951
b&w - newsreel - Korean War - ambulances on mountain road - sign: Headquarters, Mobile Army Surgical Hospital - MASH - African-American soldiers take wounded out of ambulance and into hospital
COMAYAGUA M*A*S*H
00:00:00:00 [Combat support medicos support US military maneuvers]--Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals, inflated tents :28/ sign "Roberto Suazo Cordova Hospital", PB to MASH tent EXT :32/ INT ...
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TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
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SPIES- "ONE WEEK IN OCTOBER"
PERSIAN GULF WAR / MEDCAP
COVER FTG OF A US MOBILE ARMY SURGICAL HOSPITAL (MASH) CONVOY TOURING THE AMERICAN OCCUPIED SECURITY ZONE IN SOUTHERN IRAQ. 01:00:20 INTV/W ARMY SURGEON CAPTAIN MELODIE MENDENHALL AS SHE DRIVES A TRUCK TO A REFUGEE CAMP. 01:10:35 WS OF THE CONVOY WINDING ALONG A DUSTY DESERT ROAD, PURSUED BY REFUGEE CHILDREN. VS OF MEDICS QUESTIONING A MOB OF REFUGEES AND UNLOADING SUPPLIES FROM AN ARMORED PERSONNEL CARRIER (APC). EXT SHOTS OF DILAPIDATED CEMENT AND STONE HUTS. VS OF REFUGEES CONVERGING ON THE CONVOY. CI: PERSONALITIES: MENDENHALL, MELODIE. HUMANKIND: REFUGEES, IRAQ. MILITARY: US SOLDIERS, IRAQ.
1951
b&w - newsreel - Korean War - wounded soldier taken out of ambulance and placed on outside carrier of helicopter - helicopter takes-off - Mobile Army Surgical Hospital - MASH
CHU LAI MARINE BASE & WOUNDED - 1965
Wounded Marines recover at the Chu Lai base in Vietnam.
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion ambulances bring patients at a mobile army surgical hospital in Inje, Korea.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. Litter jeeps of U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion come and stop near hospital tents. A sign reads 'United States Naval Medical Center'. One U.S. soldier buttons up his coat as he talks with another soldier. A sign at a medical center reads 'Medical D Co.' . Ambulances pull up. Litter bearers start to carry a man on a litter to a tent. Location: Inje Korea. Date: December 1951.
HAVEN FOR P.O.W.S
At Panmunjom in Korea, G.I.'s raise a tent city to receive the wounded and ill prisoners of war slated to be returned from Red captivity. Already on hand are medical personnel and facilities, an ambulance train, and helicopters to airlift the seriously ill to hospital areas.
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COLONEL EARL YOUNG'S HOME MOVIES - KOREAN WAR VIETNAM WAR
U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion surgeons and assistants work on a patient in mobile rrmy surgical hospital at Inje.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. Interiors of MASH operating room in a hut. U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion surgeons and assistants work on a patient. Men operate on the patient. Location: Inje Korea. Date: December 1951.
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Pakistan US - US congressmen visit quake survivors
NAME: PAK US 20051231I TAPE: EF05/1151 IN_TIME: 11:02:39:09 DURATION: 00:02:16:00 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Various, Dec 31 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Muzaffrabad 1. Congressional party walks towards hospital 2. Entrance to Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) 3. Close up of MASH logo 4. Congressmen Jon Porter shakes hands with earthquake patients 5. US army Medical doctor examining child whilst Porters talks to him 6. Close up of sleeping baby 7. US army Doctor checking patient 8. Close up of patient 9. Doctor dressing wound on patient's hand 10. Congressional party leaves hospital 11. Soldiers outside hospital Shinkiari 12. Congressmen shaking hands with US Army Paramedics staff 13. Close up of soldier 14. Various of congressmen with soldier 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jon Porter, US congressman: "More importantly, we are here to be a friend of to the country of Pakistan, to offer our support for the relief efforts. Looking in the children eyes and talking to the families, and talking to the mums and dads, we can see that we are making a difference. But we are here to help, we are here to do any thing we can to make sure that the rest of the world realises that this great catastrophe that happened just a few months ago is still here, and we still need to continue your efforts. And we actually need to increase your efforts to make sure we continue to make a difference." 16. Soldiers and congressional party pose for photo 17. Wide shot of Mobile Army Surgical Hospital STORYLINE: An eight-member US Congress delegation headed by Jon Porter visited Muzaffarabad in Pakistan on Saturday, where they met with survivors of October 8th's earthquake at the US Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH). US military units, including the MASH, are part of an international relief operation for victims of the South Asia quake which killed an estimated 87,000 people and destroyed the homes of 3.5 (m) million others. The delegation also visited Shinkiari, a town in Kashmir where a US Marine Corps medical unit is providing medical care for about 200 people a day. "We are here to help," Congressman Jon Porter, a Republican from Nevada, told reporters after touring the hospitals. Also on Saturday Pakistan's meteorological department said the new year was set to begin with snow and rain for those left homeless by the quake, as the long-feared Himalayan winter threatened to hinder relief operations. Using helicopters, roads and mule tracks, aid workers helped by Pakistan's army have been delivering tents, clothes, food and other provisions to survivors.
Pakistan MASH - US military field hospital set up to help quake victims
NAME: PAK MASH 251005N TAPE: EF05/0951 IN_TIME: 11:11:29:15 DURATION: 00:01:34:14 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Muzaffarabad, 24/25 Oct 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Muzaffarabad - 24 Oct 2005 1. Wide shot US military placing barbed wire around perimeter of the field hospital 2. Various closer shots of barbed wire being placed around hospital 3. Various shots of of field hospital being set up Muzaffarabad - 25 Oct 2005 4. Interior field hospital 5. Close shot American doctor feeding young boy with a spoon 6. Mother with injured boy (leg in plaster) on her lap 7. Close up of young boy face 8. Medics talking 9. Two shots of field hospital 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Lieutenant Kevin Stephens, US Navy: "What we are doing here in Muzaffarabad is establishing a US army field hospital, the 212th MASH Mobile Army Surgical Hospital out of Germany. It's going to be able to provide emergency and surgical care as well as intensive care to people who need it in this region affected by the earthquake." 11. Various exteriors of US soldiers setting up facility STORYLINE: The US Army's only remaining MASH unit is setting up in the quake-devastated Pakistani city of Muzaffarabad. The Germany-based 212th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital arrived in the region on Monday having been delayed for a week because of a shortage of aircraft. The unit's 40-vehicle convoy left Islamabad for the hills early on Sunday. After an arduous 27-hour drive along 240 kilometres (150 miles) of narrow, winding roads - and three breakdowns - the convoy arrived in this city of crumbled walls and rubble, savaged by the October 8 quake and jolted by hundreds of aftershocks since then. Three dozen MASH personnel accompanied the cargo. The MASH set up its base on a helicopter landing site on Muzaffarabad's outskirts, near the parliament building of Pakistan-controlled Kashmir, tightly guarded by Pakistani forces. Once fully operational, the American military will be offering an array of medical services to quake survivors and surgeons will be able to carry out 20 major operations a day. In recent years, the Army has largely phased out the once ubiquitous MASH units, replacing them with something known as a Combat Army Surgical Hospital, which are designed to be more flexible and closer to the front lines. But US officials say they are eager to show Pakistan - a major ally in the war on terrorism - that the United States is here in its hour of need. The official quake toll is more than 53,000 dead and 75,000 injured, though central government figures have lagged behind regional ones. Figures from officials in the North West Frontier Province and Pakistan's part of Kashmir add up to about 78,000. India reported 1,360 deaths in its part of Kashmir.
A U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion ambulance reaches a mobile army surgical hospital in Inje, Korea.
U.S. Army MASH (Mobile Army Surgical Hospital) at K-51 Inje Airfield in South Korea during the Korean War. A vehicle approaches an MP (Military Police) sentry-box along a road. An MP talks to a driver and the ambulance is allowed to proceed. View from the ambulance as it proceeds along a road on the mountainside. Korean maintenance workers stand at the side of the road. Another ambulance and vehicles coming in the opposite direction. The ambulance comes to an area studded with tents. A litter jeep and an ambulance come down a road. The jeep pulls ahead and stops. Ambulances pull up behind. U.S. Marine Corps 1st Medical Battalion Major Arbin T. Henderson walks back to an ambulance and talks to its driver. The ambulance goes past the jeep and pulls into a muddy and flooded hospital yard. Location: Inje Korea. Date: December 1951.
U.S. Air Force H-13D Siox helicopter takes off with a wounded U.S. soldier from Kachil-Bong, Korea during Korean War.
Aerial tramway for transportation in Kachil-Bong, Punchbowl during Korean War. U.S. medic and soldier examine a wounded soldiers alongside a jeep. Medic throws a smoke bomb to attract attention of U.S. Air Force H-13D Siox helicopter. H-13D approaches and lands. Casualty is loaded aboard H-13D. H-13D takes off and flies towards mountains in the background. Sign reads 'Mobile Army Surgical Hospital'. Location: Kachil-Bong Korea. Date: April 25, 1952.