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September 19, 1942

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JAMA. 1942;120(3):208. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830380040016
Abstract

LIEUT. COL. SAM F. SEELEY DETACHED FROM PROCUREMENT AND ASSIGNMENT SERVICE  Under Medicine and the War in this issue of The Journal appears an announcement of the detachment of Lieut. Col. Sam F. Seeley from the position of executive officer of the Procurement and Assignment Service and his transfer to active duty with the Army Medical Department. Since its establishment in October 1941 Lieut. Col. Sam F. Seeley has held the position as executive officer of this agency, a position which demanded pioneer work, since a similar agency had not previously existed in our governmental system. In this position he made many friends by his invariable cordiality and geniality. He traveled throughout the country speaking to innumerable organizations of physicians, dentists and veterinarians and earned for this agency their respect and cooperation. All who were associated with Lieutenant Colonel Seeley in this work wish him the utmost success in the

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