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March 19, 1960


JAMA. 1960;172(12):1292. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020120070017

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Recognition and Treatment of Diving Casualties.—  A two-week active duty training course in recognition and treatment of diving casualties will convene at the U. S. Naval School of Deep-Sea Divers, U. S. Naval Weapons Plant, Washington, D. C., on July 18. This course offers didactic training in underwater physiology and in the recognition and treatment of casualties associated with any kind of diving. Although this course is given for active duty personnel en route to stations where there is some diving activity, vacancies in the course may be filled by reservists on active duty for training. Inactive Naval Reserve medical officers are eligible to attend. All continental naval districts have been allocated quotas.

Change of Duties.—  Capt. Henry C. Hunley Jr., M. C., was made deputy director of the aviation medicine operations division of the bureau of medicine and surgery in February. He was formerly on duty at the

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