Apparently dating to the Korean War era, this fascinating film describes how aircraft were used to rapidly evacuate wounded soldiers from remote bases to stateside facilities so that they can receive hospital care quickly. The setting of the film is the St. Alban’s Naval Hospital, aka Naval Hospital Brooklyn, in Long Island, New York. The film features General Wilfred Hall, responsible for Air Evacauation as part of the Military Air Transportation Service (MATS), speaking about how the airplane can bring the patient to the doctor in the modern era. 2 million men were transferred by air through 1943, saving many lives and dollars. The film shows how the MATS can rush patients to various hospitals by air, including a flight from Frankfurt to the USA aboard a C-97 Stratofreighter military transport. The film also shows evacuation of American wounded from Korea around the 11 minute mark.