More Old Photos

On this page one can see more photos of  Dodge WC-54's. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge the pictures.

Terrible, US medics loading a victim of the nazi terror into the ambulance.

I presume this photo is taken in the Ardennes just after the Battle of the Bulge. Seems the WC54 got stranded.

The loading of a wounded soldier into a plane for evacuation. Notice that the interior of the ambulance is Olive Drab.

WWII era Army ambulance with Red Cross emblem. 
Photo by  Debbie Eisert

Returning from Battle,New Guinea, 1944

U.S. Marine casualties returning from battle zones after being evacuated by landing ship, are shown being assisted into awaiting ambulances on January 8, 1944.

Courtesy of The National Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, photo # SC186801.

Source http://www.uihealthcare.com/depts/medmuseum/wallexhibits/ems/military.html

 

Another view of the loading of casualties onto a landing craft.

A nurse with a French WC 54 during the Algerian war.

 For more info see http://henri.maurel.free.fr/vonpau16.htm

WC54's beside a Red Cross train near the front in the northern Italy during WW2.
A  French soldier during the Algerian war. Notice the WC 54!

For more info see http://henri.maurel.free.fr/hmaurl16.htm

This broadcast vehicle used by Rias during the Berlin blocade 1948/1949 is probably a Dodge WC54.