US Army Medical Field bag -
A field hospital is a medical staff with a mobile medical kit and, often, a wide tent-like shelter (at
times an inflatable structure in modern usage) so it can be readily set up near the source of the
casualties. In an urban environment, the field hospital is often established in an easily accessible
and highly visible building (e.g. restaurant, school, etc.). In case of an airborne structure, the
mobile medical kit is often placed in normalized container; the container itself is then used as shelter.
The bag featured on this page may have been employed at a US Army field hospital and serve multiple
purposes. Anything from holding discarded items to carrying supplies.
Of green canvis construction. Heavy duty design. Black ink stamped in the front.
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