General Truck Body's PEVs a hit with Army

November 2008
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The article reports on the utilization of three Patient Evacuation Vehicles (PEV) to transport injured U.S. soldiers from Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. It highlights the features of the General Body-designed PEV, which has large rooms that enable to transform the vehicles into mobile intensive care units. Several testimonies about the PEV from members of the U.S. Army including Major General Carla G. Hawley-Bowland and Major Terri Holloway-Petty are noted. Details about the PEV are enumerated.


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