aid station

  1. a medical installation located in a forward or isolated position in the field for providing routine or emergency medical treatment to the troops.

Words Nearby aid station Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use aid station in a sentence

  • As they chugged toward the aid station, they passed by the bodies of the two dead insurgents Larson had killed.

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  • His leg was stiffening, but he was lifted to a limber seat, and rode there back to the aid station.

    Battery E in France | Frederic R. Kilner
  • Battalion stretcher-bearers dressed the Colonel's wounds and carried him back to the Battalion first aid station.

    Canada in Flanders, Volume I (of 3) | Lord Max Aitken Beaverbrook
  • The wound in his back was given some attention at a first-aid station behind the line.

    The Iron Ration | George Abel Schreiner
  • An orderly entered with a written call for a nurse for the First aid station.

  • From Surgeon Yasui we obtained a minute description of the sad and horrible scenes at the first aid station.

    Human Bullets | Tadayoshi Sakurai