Well as mentioned 2 days ago here are the WW1 British medical team. Just 3 figures and starting from the left. A Dr, and two medics or simple stretcher bearers that's up to you to decide.
The Dr could pass as any senior officer. I say senior officer as he is opening a gold cigarette case. It always strikes me as odd just how many Dr's and Nurse's smoke in England. They of all people should know and be aware of the dangers. Still it is their life and if that's what they want who am I to complain. But I will anyway. So this figure along with the others in the medical team are unarmed and should in theory not draw any fire from either side. We all know that the reality might be different at times, but generally this was adhered to.
In the Centre is a more general medical orderly. While you may think of him as a Doctor I tend to think he is slightly more experienced than just a stretcher bearer. He carries a blanket to cover a body or corpse with should the need arise.
On the right we have the afore mentioned stretcher bearer. As it takes two, or more people to move a loaded stretcher he will no doubt team up with the medical orderly to move a body. All three of these should make a team but I suspect the Dr would be safely away from the very front in a field hospital or aid station.
Again all three figures are for Matt and his growing WW1 collection. And I have some more German Cavalry on the paint table to come along soon. But I hope to have a break and get a figure of my own done over this Bank holiday Weekend.
Just before I sign of until Sunday I would mention there was an earthquake here last night. Not a big one and no-one got hurt as far as I am aware. But It did make the local and national news, and yes I did sleep through it!
Have fun, take care and all the best from Kent!