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COMMITTEE ON AVIATION MEDICINE INSPECTS FACILITIES
Members of the committee on aviation medicine of the National Research Council recently made a tour of aviation medical facilities of the United States, Canada and Cuba. The group included Drs. Eugene F. Du Bois, New York, chairman of the committee; Cecil K. Drinker, Boston; John F. Fulton, New Haven, Conn.; Eugene M. Landis, Charlottesville, Va. They were accompanied by Comdr. J. F. Poppen of the U. S. Navy and Capt. Lloyd Griffis, U. S. Army. The facilities visited included Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio; the Naval Base at San Diego, Calif.; Guantanamo, Cuba, and the University of Toronto in Canada.
CIVILIANS AND HOSTILE AIRCRAFT
Dr. Gustave E. Ledfors, captain, Medical Corps, the Army Industrial College, Washington, D. C., gave a public lecture in Rochester, N. Y., December 1, under the sponsorship of the Rochester Academy of Medicine, the Medical Society of the County of Monroe and the
MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS. JAMA. 1940;115(26):2286-2288. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810520048016