Combat Hospital was a Canadian-produced medical drama that focused on the multinational medical personnel operating out of the military hospital at the Kandahar Air Field in Afghanistan. Set in 2006, the series aired for one season on Global Television in Canada and ABC in the United States.
The following weapons were used in the television series Combat Hospital:
The Inglis Hi-Power is the standard sidearm for all Canadian Forces soldiers/officers in Kandahar and are often seen in their leg holsters. Hospital commander Colonel Xavier Marks (Elias Koteas) and Major Rebecca Gordon (Michelle Borth) are the notable CF officers who use them in Kandahar.
Col. Marks draws his Inglis Hi-Power in "Welcome to Kandahar". The reduced muzzle diameter of the weapon's blank-firing adaptation is clearly evident in this shot.
Marks takes aim at the snake, and prepares to wreak havoc on his subordinate's hearing as well.
Gordon fires her Hi-Power after spotting the camel spider in "It's My Party".
The Hi-Power is returned to Gordon near the end of the episode.
Col. Marks uses Dr. Simon Ross's illicit liquor bottles for target practice in "Wrong Place at the Right Time".
Gordon holds the Hi-Power after wounding the attacker in "Do No Harm".
The Beretta 92FS is seen with Afghan National Police Major Hasti Samizay (Anne Bedian) as her sidearm.
Current American-made Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
Samizay with her sidearm out in "Do No Harm".
Beretta 92FS "Non Gun"
A gunman in a burqa who attacks the women's clinic in "Do No Harm" uses a Beretta 92FS Non Gun.
The gunman fires the Beretta Non Gun in "Do No Harm".
The gunman aiming the weapon at Suzy.
A shot of the non gun aimed at Samizay.
Heckler & Koch MP5KA4
A CIA agent in "Do No Harm" holds a MP5KA4 with a red dot sight while escorting an asset to the hospital.
Heckler & Koch MP5KA4 (3 round burst added) with 15-round magazine - 9x19mm
A CIA agent holds a MP5KA4 on escort duty in "Do No Harm".
Colt Canada C7A2 (Airsoft Replica)
Colt Canada C7A2 rifles with foregrips are used by Canadian soldiers throughout the series, including Regimental Sergeant Major Graham Kelly (Gord Rand). Closer inspection reveals the rifles to be Classic Army airsoft replicas, modified with the addition of M4-style collapsible stocks and Elcan sights to resemble the C7A2.
Colt Canada C7A2 with ELCAN scope and polymer magazine 5.56x45mm
RSM Kelly enters the operating room with a C7A2 after Col. Marks shoots the snake in "Welcome to Kandahar".
Major Gordon (left) with her C7A2 in a makeshift females-only clinic in "Enemy Within" while in Kandahar.
A female Canadian Army soldier on guard duty inside the clinic.
A Canadian Army MP enters the shower room after hearing Rebecca's shot in "It's My Party".
A C7A2 is slung over Combat Medical Technician Ariel Garamond's (Christina Cox
) back in "Inner Luck". The bright Armalite markings that are seen on Classic Army replicas can be seen.
The assault rifle slung on the MP's back in "Shifting Sands".
A CA MP is knocked over by a mortar explosion. The ELCAN sight appears to be mounted backwards.
A medic treats wounded aid workers in "Brothers in Arms".
Colt Canada C8A3
Col. Marks is also seen with a Colt Canada C8A3 carbine when he's not needed in the operating rooms. Some CA soldiers use them depending on circumstances.
Colt Canada C8A3 carbine 5.56x45mm with ELCAN scope and polymer magazine. Also known as the "C8FTHB" (Flat-Top Heavy Barrel)
Closeup of the C8A3 slung on Col. Mark's back at the end of "Enemy Within".
Marks on his bike inside Kandahar Airfield with his C8A3 in "It's My Party".
MPs hunt down for a suspected insurgent in "Shifting Sands".
Gordon secures the C8A3 with her after exiting the G-Wagon in "Reason to Believe".
In this shot, you can see the ELCAN scope and foregrip attached.
Colt Canada C7A1
A Canadian Army MP searching for an escaped Taliban insurgent has a Colt Canada C7A1 in "Shifting Sands". Some CA soldiers use them depending on circumstances.
Colt Canada C7A1 with ELCAN scope and polymer magazine 5.56x45mm
A C7A1 is slung over the back of a MP in "Shifting Sands".
A female Canadian soldier accompanies Gordon out of the G-Wagon in "Reason to Believe".
The M4A1 Carbine is seen in the hands of American soldiers throughout the series, most notably in the hands of U.S. Air Force Pararescue Jumpers
Terrel Ford (Dwain Murphy) and Talwar Mehra (Karan Oberoi).
Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
A US Army soldier restrains an ANA soldier after he attempts to attack a Taliban prisoner in "Welcome to Kandahar".
USAF PJs Mehra and Ford dash towards a medevac chopper in "Enemy Within".
CIA SAD operator Snake Eater (Adam Beach
) leaves the base hospital inside Kandahar Airfield.
Mehra, Ford and two US Army soldiers evacuate a casualty from a battlefield in "Wrong Place at the Right Time".
USAF Pararescuemen with their M4A1s in stock footage in "Reckless".
A Steyr AUG rifle, standing in for the F88 Austeyr, is carried by Australian Army Major Grace Pedersen (Deborah Kara Unger) when she leaves the base to visit the women's clinic in Kandahar. Australian soliders stationed in Kandahar Airfield use it from time to time.
Steyr AUG - Austrian Army Version - 5.56x45mm
Major Pedersen (right) with her AUG in a makeshift females-only clinic in "Enemy Within" while in Kandahar.
Decent shot of Pedersen's AUG.
Pedersen greets Afghan women prior to entering the clinic in "Inner Truth".
An Australian soldier in the background with the AUG in "Shifting Sands".
The AUG gripped by Pedersen in "Reason to Believe".
Heckler & Koch G36K
Soldiers from the German contingent in Kandahar are armed with Heckler & Koch G36K rifles.
Heckler & Koch G36K with ZF 3x4° dual optical sight - 5.56x45mm
A G36K with Major Beverly Havenhurst (Rayisa Kondracki) in "Enemy Within". Note that her G36K has the export-style optic instead of the ZF 3x4° dual optical sight used on G36 variants issued to the Bundeswehr.
German soldiers patrol Kandahar Airfield with G36Ks in "Shifting Sands".
Various Afghan National Army soldiers are seen with AK-47s.
Authentic AK-47 built from US Receiver - 7.62x39mm
ANA soldiers with AK-47s wait outside the hospital in "Shifting Sands".
The AKS-47 is seen with ANA and ANP forces.
Gordon greets an Afghan soldier in "Shifting Sands".
An ANP officer holds an AKS-47 while responding to the gunman's attack in "Do No Harm".
The M61 Vulcan is seen with American F-16/F-15s stationed at Kandahar Airfield.
GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20x102mm
Two USAF F-16s seen in "Welcome to Kandahar". For some reason, this appears to be stock footage of Thunderbirds, the USAF's air demonstration squadron. Thunderbird 6 (Opposing Solo) is clearly seen.
A USAF F-15 takes off in "Enemy Within". The SJ tail code indicates that it's from the 336th Fighter Squadron.
A USAF F-16 lands on the runway in Kandahar Airfield in "Do No Harm".
A Browning M2HB is seen with military vehicles.
An ANA technical seen in "Enemy Within".
The ANA technical leaving Kandahar Airfield.
Stock footage of a M1A1 Abrams being offloaded in "On the Brink".
M240 machine guns are seen in "On the Brink" via stock footage.
M240C machine gun 7.62x51mm NATO
M240D machine gun 7.62x51mm NATO
Stock footage of a M1A1 Abrams being offloaded in "On the Brink".
The GAU-21 is seen with a medevac chopper in "It's My Party".
FN GAU-21 Aircraft Machine Gun - .50 BMG
An armed medevac chopper is seen via stock footage in "It's My Party".
M230 Chain Gun
The M230 Chain Gun is seen with an AH-64 Apache in "Inner Luck".
Hughes/Alliant Techsystems M230 chain gun - 30x113mm B.
A US Army AH-64 Apache flies over Kandahar Airfield in "Inner Luck".
General Dynamics GAU-17/A
The General Dynamics GAU-17/A is seen mounted on US Army UH-60 Blackhawks.
General Dynamics GAU-17/A, US Air Force version of the M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The Blackhawk with a mounted GAU-17/A in "Do No Harm".
General Dynamics GAU-8/A
The General Dynamics GAU-8/A shows up with USAF A-10s sometimes in the show.
General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger complete with feed system and 1,174 round drum - 30x173mm.
A USAF A-10 flying over Kandahar Airfield in "Brothers in Arms". It's hard to see it since it's in the sky via background.
The FN Minimi is seen with American/Canadian troops as their standard LMG, the latter to take the place of an actual C9 LMG.
FN Minimi Standard - 5.56x45mm NATO
A female soldier with the C9 in "Inner Luck".
A US soldier has a FN Minimi on guard duty.