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July 3, 1948


JAMA. 1948;137(10):890-892. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890440066014

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RESERVE OFFICERS INVITED TO ACTIVE DUTY  In extending an invitation to Medical Department reserve officers to enter on tours of extended active duty, the Surgeon General announced that current requirements total 1,411 officers, who may be called during the month of June. These requirements, he said, are subject to increase in future months with Army expansion. More than half of the total officers required to fulfil the Medical Department quota will be nurses, of whom 320 are needed. The remainder are divided as follows: Dental Corps, 19; Medical Corps, 203; Veterinary Corps, 29; Medical Service Corps, 265, and Women's Medical Service Corps, 75. Virtually all officers to be recalled will be lieutenants and captains.

MEDICAL MEETING IN KOREA  At the monthly medical meeting of officers stationed in Korea at the 71st Station Hospital, May 19, a symposium

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