Thanks for that, I will look at it. I heard a lecture from one of the big British muckity mucks, said the whole event put established doctrine on its head, just given the enormity of the ocean and distance to the islands.An interesting study on the Falklands War. The report notes that some casualties had to wait 10 hours before casevac.
Falklands War: an analysis of UK combat injuries and survival (PDF Download Available)
Yep. This is the direction all the major exercises are taking now. It's "hybrid warfare" where we're fighting proxy forces to get to the point where we're fighting a near peer adversary. Fight to establish ground, jump TOC, fight to establish ground, jump TOC, repeat.My takeaway was the part about in the next war we might have to fight to get to the fight.
That's the crux of the issue in the article: that may not be happening, and we'll have to sit on the wounded on the line for a more extended period of time.No different than other solutions when the normal hospital is hundreds of miles away, if not further... fit the sucker in a conex and move it closer to the action.