Dodge WC-54 & WC-64 (KD) Ambulance
The third part of our Dodge series covering the vehicle family in service in WW2 and Korea. As each other volume in the Technical Manual Series this book is lavishly illustrated with wartime photos and technical manual excerpts and also features a detailled textual development history.
The Dodge T-214 ¾-ton 4x4 WC-54 Ambulance and WC-64 (KD) Ambulance are conventional all-wheel-drive vehicles, capable of operations over unimproved roads and cross-country at full payload. Automotively they are identical to the other ¾-ton 4x4 models of the T-214 series. The ambulance crew consists of the driver and the ambulance orderly. The field ambulances carry four litters and a supply of blankets and splints, and are capable of transporting eight sitting or four litter cases (patients). Purpose of the field ambulance is the evacuation of casualties from the frontlines to rearward areas through collecting and clearing stations to mobile hospitals, general hospitals, station hospitals or hospital centers depending on the medical condition and medical needs of the casualties.
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Illustrated with 101 black&white photos, 6 colour photos and 56 illustrations from the technical manual
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