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Stretcher bearers are able to crawl while carrying stretcher with wounded thanks to their carrier slings.

Stretcher bearers are able to crawl while carrying stretcher with wounded thanks to their carrier slings.
Stretcher bearers are able to crawl while carrying stretcher with wounded thanks to their carrier slings.
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Stretcher bearers are able to crawl while carrying stretcher with wounded thanks to their carrier slings.
Stretcher bearers are able to crawl while carrying stretcher with wounded thanks to their carrier slings.
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Stretcher bearers are able to crawl while carrying stretcher with wounded thanks to their carrier slings. The hip sling stretcher. This new stretcher now being used by the Army enables a man to be carried by means of a hip sling, allowing the stretcher bearers complete freedom with their hands. It has been proved by this means a man can be carried a greater distance than by the old method and at a greater speed.
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