Who can forget Lindsey Vonn dangling from a medevac helicopter after her 2013 season-ending crash?
He has deployed to Iraq twice and completed a tour in Afghanistan as a medevac pilot-in-command and air mission commander.
Maj. Mary Hegar flew medevac missions to rescue wounded soldiers.
As the medics came to administer aid, Kurth grabbed a radio and ordered a medevac helicopter.
Within minutes the medevac helicopter flew him to the nearby surgical center at Forward Operating Base Solerno.
My team would have dragged me out and guarded my body until the medevac arrived to carry me to the morgue.
1966, U.S. military, formed from elements of medical evacuation.
medevac med·e·vac (měd'ĭ-vāk')
Air transport of persons to a place where they can receive medical or surgical care; medical evacuation.
A helicopter or other aircraft used for such transport.