Cadavers key to paramedics' rescue training
The six cadavers lay stretched out on tables, their faces obscured by bandages.
"Everybody's going to get a limb," said Lt. Col. Stephen Rush, an Air Force flight surgeon. "Arms are fair game."
With that, his audience of Air Force search-and-rescue specialists picked up their scalpels and got to work.
Rush, the doctor attached to the Air Force's 103rd Rescue Squadron in Westhampton...