Israel eyes UAV for medevac
The Israel Defense Forces medical corps is looking at procuring an innovative unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that will evacuate critical casualties directly from the battlefield to the hospital. This would get more wounded to the hospital within the “golden hour,” the critical time in which a medical evacuation has the best chance of saving a wounded soldier’s life. One of the candidates for the program is the AirMule, a vertical takeoff and landing UAV developed by Urban Aeronautics ...
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