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Okla. EMS agency debuts camo ambulance in honor of troops

To commemorate Flag Day, EMSA unveiled their “Support the Troops” ambulance, which features pixelated camouflage and various military emblems


By EMS1 Staff

TULSA, Okla. — An EMS agency unveiled their new camouflage ambulance in honor of Flag Day.

KTUL reported that EMSA debuted their “Support the Troops” ambulance, which features pixelated camouflage and various military emblems and other decals that represent the men and women of the Armed Forces.

The agency also raised a special flag in acknowledgement of the holiday.

“The American flag we raised today flew over the site of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City the day after the bombing in 1995,” EMSA said in a Facebook post.  “It is a special flag, and this evening will be returned to its protective case and a new flag will be used going forward.”

“Today was EMSA's small gesture to thank those serving in the military and their families, as well as veterans, for their sacrifice and service,” the agency added.

 

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