Loading wounded from at 44th Evacuation Hospital into evacuation aircraft at St Laurent-sur-Mer airstrip inland from Omaha beach.
Following the d-day landings the casualities deemed fit enough to survive the evacuation flight were flown back to England or America.
Lee wrote: 'the crucial point in the medical services is the prompt diagnosis and redistribution rear-ward in stations such as this. The quality of transport allotted to the Medical Service alone saves scores of lives daily. [...] The next day, before I left, I saw a long queue of planes moving down the road, and litters were lifted directly into the wide open double doors of the planes. I recognised a few men I had seen at the evac hospital.'