corps man

corpsman

[kawr-muhn, kohr-]
noun, plural corpsmen.
1.
U.S. Navy. an enlisted person working as a pharmacist or hospital assistant.
2.
U.S. Army. an enlisted person in the Medical Corps who accompanies combat troops into battle to give first aid, carry off the wounded, etc.
3.
a member of any corps, as of the peace Corps.

Origin:
1940–45, Americanism; corps + -man

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corpsman (ˈkɔːmən)
 
n , pl -men
(US) military a medical orderly or stretcher-bearer

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