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Cobb Co. MedOps 10
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No: 7312   Contributor: TheFireman   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: Unknown   Country: United States of America
Cobb Co. MedOps 10

This is a Medical Operations unit. It's intention is to establich a medical sector at different types of incidents both Fire and Police. It responds to some hostage situations to provide medical coverage for the SWAT members and others involved. It runs out of Cobb Co. Sta. #10 in Powder Springs, Georgia USA
Picture added on 06 April 2008
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Ah ha, this vehicle such as MCTCs in Hong Kong

Added by Clarence on 08 May 2008.
Not only the HKFSD MCTCs but it is also equivalent the Tokyo FD Hyper Rescue Super Ambulance.

Added by Bomba Boy on 08 May 2008.
LDV/Feightliner


Added by on 22 February 2014.
Hyper Rescue Super Ambulace! You've gotta love some of these terminologies, and Tokyo's talent for hyperbole.

"Virgil, you need to offload the Hyper Rescue Super Ambulance from Thunderbird 2 and rendezvous with Scott at the disaster zone."

"F.A.B., Alan."

Added by Yelp Bullhorn on 03 April 2018.
Some things really do get completely lost in translation.

Try "EMS control unit based at a major incident rescue station", which is what it actually is, and in my view a much better translation of the original Japanese description...

But I try not to criticize other nationalities' use of English, unless I am better at it in their language. And that is never the case, especially in Japanese!

Added by Rob Johnson on 03 April 2018.
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