Evacuation may refer to:

  • Casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), patient evacuation in combat situations
  • Casualty movement, the procedure for moving a casualty from its initial location to an ambulance
  • Emergency evacuation, removal of persons from a dangerous place due to a disaster or impending war
  • Medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), evacuating a patient by plane or helicopter

Read more about Evacuation:  Specific Evacuations, Entertainment, Other

Other articles related to "evacuation":

Long Tieng - Evacuation
... Brigadier General Heinie Aderholt to begin planning an evacuation ... There were few resources for an evacuation ... The evacuation ended with the departure of Major General Vang Pao and Jerry Daniels ...
Langford, Norfolk - History - Evacuation
... Since the evacuation, the village and its parish remain within the Ministry of Defence's Thetford infantry training area ...
Sayre Fire - Evacuation and Shelters
... hours of November 15, 2008, officials ordered the mandatory evacuation of residents north of the 210 Freeway in the Sylmar area ... The evacuation area was expanded to cover more than 10,000 people, living in the far north end of the San Fernando Valley from Sylmar in the east to Granada Hills in the west ... Evacuation centers and shelters were established at Sylmar High School, San Fernando High School, Chatsworth High School and Kennedy High School ...
Lyda Ann Thomas - Hurricane Ike
... Thomas said that although she did not expect to be ordering an evacuation, she asked for a voluntary evacuation of the western part of the island ... order and she suggested voluntary evacuation for the rest of the island ... Thomas ordered the full evacuation 930 AM on September 11, in a news conference with Galveston County Judge Jim Yarbrough ...
Evacuation - Other
... Evacuation may also refer to Defecation and or urination, especially involuntarily after death ...