2 thoughts on “Speedy ‘Ambulance Ships’ a High Priority for Navy Medicine, Admiral Says

    nataliespritzer said:
    April 26, 2021 at 13:17

    There’s a couple of new articles in Mil Med on these. I have been on the Brunswick (T-EPF-6). They have a unique movement, and in sea states over two they move a lot due to their design and weight. It would take unique training to learn to operate efficiently on these platforms. I hope that leadership strongly considers this and also takes a ride on these themselves to know first-hand how they sail.

    Efficacy of Medical Operations and Layout Planning Onboard Nontraditional US Navy Vessels at High Seas (FREE)
    https://academic.oup.com/milmed/article/185/Supplement_1/590/5559251?login=true

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