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APF medical service team conducts battlefield rescue drill

(China Military Online)

09:36, May 10, 2012

In early May, a medical service team of the 7th Detachment under the Xijiang Corps Headquarters of the Chinese People’s Armed Police Force (APF) conducted a battlefield rescue skill drill on the subjects such as biochemical rescue and treatment, artificial respiration and chest compression, in a bid to all-roundly promote its ability of carrying out diversified tasks.The photo shows the medical service team members assemble to await for orders. (Photo by Xia Cunxi)
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