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May 9, 1942


JAMA. 1942;119(2):194. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830190078013

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ARMY EXHIBIT AT ATLANTIC CITY  A feature of the annual session of the American Medical Association in Atlantic City, June 8-12, will be an exhibit of the work of the Medical Department of the Army. This will occupy spaces 1-2-9U, 1-10-11V and 1-2W in the Technical Exhibit. The illustrations shown herewith indicate a portion of the exhibit. The purpose of the exhibit presented by the Medical Department Equipment Laboratory, Carlisle Barracks, Pa., is to acquaint the medical profession at large with the various types of combat and field equipment employed in the Medical Department of the United States Army. The exhibit includes such equipment as the folding leg splint, steel litter, battalion medical equipment pack carrier, new type helmets and head gear, portable disinfectors, gas proof litter covers, aerial delivery units, battalion medical carts, cross country ambulance, wheeled litter carriers, flight service chest, gas casualty chest, ambulance

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