M-3 Medical Aid Bag

 

 

Photos were provided by Jean-Luc Delauve Web Master of Gia Vuc A-camp Website

The M-3 bag was carried by the medic when he went to initially treat wounded soldiers.  The larger M-5 Medical Aid Bag was left behind until the wounded was brought back to a secured area.  My M-3 bag contained compressed bandages, gauze rolls, petroleum jelly coated gauze pads, triangular bandages, ammonia inhalants, small splints, and a tourniquet.

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