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September 9, 1961

Government Services

JAMA. 1961;177(10):718. doi:10.1001/jama.1961.03040360054013

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Personal.—  Lieut. Col. Allen F. Kingman, Jr., has returned to Brooke Army Medical Center to again become the chief of the neurosurgery service in Brooke General Hospital. He held that position from 1955 to 1958, when he went to Hawaii as chief of neurosurgery at Tripler General Hospital.


Captain Wilbur Honored.—  Captain Carl E. Wilbur was given the Harry G. Moseley Award for his many contributions to aviation safety while assigned in the Aviation Medicine Division, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, and for his active participation in investigation of commercial aircraft accidents during his current assignment in the Office of the Civil Air Surgeon, Federal Aviation Agency.

Personal.—  Capt. Donald R. Childs, M.C., formerly director of the publications division and editor of the U.S. Navy Medical Newsletter, assumed duties as a medical member of the Physical Review Council in the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.


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