What was Walt's ambulance for the Red Cross covered with?
Walt joined the Red Cross and was sent overseas, where he spent a year driving an ambulance and chauffeuring Red Cross officials. His ambulance was covered from stem to stem, not with stock camouflage, but with drawings and cartoons.
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Yes. Blue cross will cover up to $3,000.00 a year in ambulance cost.
His ambulance was covered with Disney cartoons.
Switzerland's flag it's colour was red background and white plus and it was the first socity who made red colour .
Why is the red cross required to be placed on any vehicle considered to be a ambulance by Geneva Convention?
It signals that the vehicle is officially an ambulance: if a marked vehicle suddenly begins partaking in combat then it is in breach of the Geneva Convention; if an unmarked v…ehicle is attacked but later claimed or discovered to be an ambulance, no fault can be placed on the attackers.
No, the American Red Cross doesn't have ambulances.
bcoz the standing line relates to doctors as they r standing and the sleeping line relates to the patients as they r sleeping...........
most insurance companies cover ambulance services. Contact BSBC of Michigan.
The Red Cross doesn't have ambulances. They do have vehicles used for Disaster and Blood Services that are usually white with red lettering and a red cross on it.
The purpose s to get attention, to make people no that there.
St Johns Ambulance is the most awesome uniform body ever created by mankind. Enough said. (Y)
In Red Cross and Red Crescent
The red cross is actually an international humanitarian agency promoting health. Its symbol is adopted by the ambulances and hospitals worldwide. The red crescent is used in M…uslim countries and was started by the Ottoman empire, back in 1906. The Red cross dates back to 1864. So, on the ambulance it simply means that it has to do with taking care of human health and suffering.
maybe but I THINK YES
Normal medical care usually doesn't cover the cost for ambulance. It is important to check with any local or national private insurance company if they cover ambulance fees or… not, as some people who opt for private insurance assume the ambulance is also covered, but later discover the opposite.