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Definition of the noun aid station

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  1. (military) a station located near a combat area for giving first aid to the wounded


Aid station: An aid station is a temporary facility established to provide supplies to endurance event participants or medical first aid and provisions during major events, disaster response situations, or military operations.

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Google previewArmy Dictionary and Desk Reference (2010)

by Tim Zurick USAR

aid station A treatment facility where limited care and evacuation of sick and wounded are accomplished under the supervision of a medical officer (MED) aiguillette ...

Google previewThe Route 66 Encyclopedia (2012)

by Jim Hinckley

is a gas station, café, and five tourist cabins, with a First Aid Station.” As of 2010, the population was 245, and there was ...

Google previewEthnic and Racial Minorities in the U.S. Military: An Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2013)

by Alexander M. Bielakowski Ph.D.

The battalion aid station was set up in a tent only 50 yards from the front line, and as the battalion began to be overwhelmed, the Japanese quickly attacked the aid station. Within minutes of the assault, seven Japanese soldiers had attacked ...

Google previewDepartment of Defense dictionary of military and associated terms (Online)

aid station. 3. An assigned or prescribed position in a naval formation or cruising disposition; or an assigned area ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Sports Management and Marketing (2011)

by Linda E. Swayne, Mark Dodds

Using the ING New York City Marathon as a benchmark, an aid station starts at mile marker three and continues every mile until mile 25. The aid station volunteer assists with crowd control, setup, breakdown, cleanup, and distributing water ...

Google previewAnnotated Dictionary of Construction Safety and Health (1999)

by Charles D. Reese, James Vernon Eidson

The first aid station. • The emergency lock (if required). • The special decompression chamber (if required.) A record must be kept of employees who work under compressed air. This record must be kept for each eight-hour shift and is to be ...

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Small photo of Aid station with S.O.S. signalSmall photo of Boulder, Colorado, USA - July 24, 2016: Women's winner Maria Pobleta takes a cup of water at a run aid station during Tri Boulder.Small photo of AID STATION IN MIAMI BEACHSmall photo of AID STATION IN MIAMI BEACHSmall photo of Medical tent entrance with a hand-made medical sign and an American Flag. Could be a runners aid station, as indicated by the shoes outside of the entrance.Small photo of LEADVILLE, COLORADO USA - AUGUST 19, 2017: Caroline Veltri outbound from the Twin Lakes aid station during the Leadville Trail 100 Ultra, Leadville, Colorado, USA.Small photo of LEADVILLE, COLORADO USA - AUGUST 19, 2017: Luis Guerrero outbound from the Twin Lakes aid station during the Leadville Trail 100 Ultra, Leadville, Colorado, USA. More...

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