RAAF AIR AMBULANCE AND
MEDICAL AIR EVACUATION UNITS 1940 - 1946

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RAAF Air Ambulance and
Medical Air Evacuation Units
1940 - 1946

by John Lever

During WW2, the RAAF formed two Air Ambulance Units, No. 1 and No. 2 Air Ambulance Units (A.A.U.) and two Medical Air Evacuation Transport Units (M.A.E.T.U.). Those Units carried thousands of Australian and Allied battle casual

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ties and many civilians, often in the presence of hostile air and ground forces, or in poor and difficult weather conditions.

After the end of WW2, some of these Units continued their valuable work by repatriating thousands of former POW's back to Australia. This book acknowledges the great work done and the contribution made by RAAF members of these Units to the war effort.

You can obtain your copy of this excellent book
by sending $28:00 ($AUS) including postage to:-

John Lever,
Post Office, Koorlong,
VIC 3501, Australia

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that you found out about his book on
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