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Images: NZ Air Force Assists With Bali Medivac

Images taken by Corporal Steve Rodwell, Air Movements, RNZAF as part of the operation in Bali.

Australian Defence Force (ADF) ambulance being loaded on NZDF C130 Hercules in Bali for return to Darwin, Australia.
Driver Sergeant Leon Dukeson
L -R Sergeant John Beere
Flight Lieutenant Lee Taylor
Flying Officer Lyndon Wilson

Members of the NZ Aero-Medical Evacuation team moving the first Indonesian patient from the ambulance to a stretcher prior to loading her onto the RNZAF C130 Hercules. Indonesian officials and medical staff are in the background.
L -R Sgt Cyril Waru
Major Jude Telford
Sergeant Russell Clarke (back to camera)
Wendy Smith (back to Camera)
Obscured is Major Karl Cole, and Squadron Leader Terry Richardson the AME Team Leader is in the background.

Final checks being conducted by the medical team prior to take off.
L -R Wendy Smith (RNZAF civilian medical staff member)
Major Karl Cole (Doctor)
Major Jude Telford (Nurse)

Loading patient onto RNZAF C130 Hercules.
L -R Sergeant Russell Clarke
Major Jude Telford
Major Karl Cole
Squadron Leader Terry Richardson (Team Leader)

Major Jude Telford checks the patient during the flight.

Sergeant Russell Clarke monitors the patient during the flight.

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