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US Army medevacs evacuate the wounded in Afghanistan

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Through the smoke of a flare, US Marines carry a wounded comrade who was hit by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) to a Medevac helicopter of U.S. Army's Task Force Lift "Dust Off", Charlie Company 1-171 Aviation Regiment in Helmand province on Nov. 10. Two US Marines were hit by IED had multiple fractures on both their legs.

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US Marines cover their faces and their two wounded comrades, who were hit by an (IED) while a Medevac helicopter lands.

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US Marines carry a wounded comrade to a Medevac helicopter.

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US crew chief, specialist Saul Avila (L) and flight medic staff sergeant Noah Berg (R) give medical treatment to two wounded US Marines.

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