casualty simulation

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casualty simulation 

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casualty simulation


A self-explanatory term for the use of various materials–e.g., mortician’s wax, vaseline, greasepaint, etc., to achieve the look and feel of actual wounds for field simulations, training, demonstration, re-enactments of historic battles and so on.


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