Evacuation may refer to:
* Emergency evacuation, the mass movement of persons from a dangerous place due to a disaster
* Patient evacuation, the procedure for moving a casualty from its initial location to an ambulance
* Casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), patient evacuation in combat situations
* Medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), evacuating a patient by plane or helicopter
* Evacuation (TV series), a children's show in the UK
* Evacuations of civilians in Britain during World War II
* Evacuation of East Prussia after World War II
* "Evacuation" (song), a song by Pearl Jam

Evacuation may also refer to:
* Forced migration, a coerced and often violent movement of persons away from their home region
* Defecation
* the physical process of creating a vacuum

See also

* List of World War II evacuations

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