Computer made/mounted on velcro 4.0 inch-100mm
911th AEROMEDICAL STAGING SQUADRON
Lineage. Constituted as 911 Tactical Dispensary on 28 Dec 1962. Organized in the Reserve on 17 Jan 1963. Redesignated as: 911 USAF Dispensary on 1 Jan 1967; 911 Tactical Dispensary on 1 Mar 1972; 911 Tactical Clinic on 1 Apr 1973; 911 Tactical Hospital on 1 Oct 1989; 911 Medical Squadron on 1 Nov 1990; 911 Aeromedical Staging Squadron on 1 Oct 1994.
Assignments. 911 Troop Carrier Group (later, 911 Military Airlift Group; 911 Tactical Airlilft Group; 911 Airlift Group, 911 Airlift Wing), 17 Jan 1963-.
Stations. Greater Pittsburgh Aprt (later, Greater Pittsburgh IAP Air Reserve Forces Facility; Greater Pittsburgh IAP-Air Reserve Station; Pittsburgh IAP ARS), PA, 17 Jan 1963-.
Operations. Provides medical care for wounded service members, while flying them to locations where they can receive further treatment.
Service Streamers. None.
Campaign Streamers. None.
Armed Forces Expeditionary Streamers. None.
Decorations. Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards: 1 Jan 1977-31 Dec 1978; 1 Aug 1987-31 Jul 1989; 1 Sep 1990-30 Jun 1991; [1 Jul 1991]-14 Sep 1992; 16 Sep 2006-15 Sep 2008.
Emblem. Approved on 3 Dec 1963.
CRITICAL CARE AIR TRANSPORT TEAM (CCATT)
The Critical Care Air Transport Team (CCATT) is a unique, highly specialized medical asset that can create and operate a portable intensive care unit (ICU) on board any available transport aircraft during flight. It is a limited, rapidly deployable resource and a primary component of the Air Force’s Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) System. The CCATT team is a three-person medical team consisting of a physician specializing in an area such as critical care, pulmonology, surgery, etc., along with a critical care nurse and a respiratory technician. The team is experienced in the care of critically ill or injured patients with multi- system trauma, shock, burns, respiratory failure, multiple organ failure and other life threatening complications. The complex, critical nature of the patient’s condition requires continuous stabilization, advanced care, life-saving invasive interventions during transport, and life or death decisions.