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November 24, 1934

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JAMA. 1934;103(21):1631. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750470053018

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Abstract

Surgeon General Cruises with Fleet  Rear Admiral Perceval S. Rossiter, surgeon general of the U. S. Navy, sailed from Norfolk on the U. S. S. Langley, October 12, to join the fleet at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. According to the Military Surgeon, this is the first time a surgeon general of the navy has made an extended cruise with the fleet and observed medical department activities afloat at close range. Surgeon General Rossiter's trip included a cruise on the flagship of Admiral Joseph M. Reeves during exercises in West Indian waters and the Caribbean. He transferred to the hospital ship, the U. S. S. Relief, in the Canal Zone, on which he completed the voyage to the West Coast. He will inspect all naval medical departments on the West Coast before he returns to Washington, D. C., about the first of the year.

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