The new £10m Camp Bastion field hospital opened in February this year.
There are 37 beds. These ones are in the recovery room.
The medical emergency rescue team arrive back from the battlefield with a casualty.
This Afghan police officer was injured by a suicide bomber while out on patrol.
They use this £500,000 CT scanner to find internal injuries within 20 seconds.
Squadron leader Andy Evans heads up the medical emergency rescue team.
The medical emergency response team work a 24-hour shift and all sleep in their office when they're on call.
Within minutes of getting an emergency call the team grab their equipment and run to the Chinook helicopter.
600 casualties come through the field hospital each month, some British, some Afghan locals and even some Taleban.