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BRITISH AIRBORNE MEDICAL JEEPS
Above: A typical British Airborne medical jeep, circa 1944.
Above: The same vehicle from the back, with stretcher frames up and "A" frame folded.
Above: British Airborne medical jeep, from 6th A/B Brigade, Normandy 1944.
Above: A British medical jeep is loaded into a Horsa Glider.
The following photos show a 1942 Willys Jeep owned by a member of 16 PFA Living History Group, rigged out as a British Airborne medical jeep, with the insignia of 181 Airlanding Field Ambulance
Above: Details of how the front of the stretchers fit on brackets on the seats.
Above: Details of the rear stretcher carrier.
Above: Details of the stretcher handle rests.