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September 10, 1955


JAMA. 1955;159(2):136. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960190042014

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Colonel Glattly Promoted to Brigadier General.—  On the eve (July 28) of becoming surgeon of the First Army, Col. Harold Glattly was promoted to brigadier general at a ceremony presided over by Major Gen. Silas B. Hays, the surgeon general. General Glattly will have his headquarters on Governors Island in New York City. For the past four years he has been chief of the personnel division in the surgeon general's office. General Glattly was a prisoner of the Japanese from April 9, 1942, to Sept. 6, 1945. He has been awarded, among others, the Bronze Star, the Asiatic-Pacific medal, the Legion of Merit, the Army Commendation Ribbon, and the Silver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster.


New Senior Medical Student Program Offered.—  Medical students commissioned as ensigns 1995, U. S. N. R., and about to enter their final year of medical school are eligible to apply for the new

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