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1 Field Ambulance

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Active  1946–present
Branch  Canadian Army
Role  Role 1 medical service
Country  Canada
Type  Military medicine
Part of  1 Health Services Group

1 Field Ambulance (French: 1re Ambulance de campagne) is a medical unit with the Canadian Forces situated in Edmonton, Alberta. 1 Field Ambulance sent a contingent to Kandahar Province in Afghanistan in the fall of 2009.

Notable members

  • Master Corporal Paul Franklin
  • Corporal Andrew James Eykelenboom, killed in a suicide attack near Spin Boldak (August 11, 2006).
  • Private Colin William Wilmot, suffered fatal wounds when an explosive device detonated while he was on a foot patrol in the early morning of July 6, 2008.
  • References

    1 Field Ambulance Wikipedia


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