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October 13, 1917

FOR THE FLYING HOSPITAL

JAMA. 1917;LXIX(15):1289-1290. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590420081024

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Abstract

There shall be a Director & Surgeongenl whose duty in subordination to y-e Dir.-r genl shall be to superintend & reg. receive from him a suitable number of large strong Tents— Beds, Bedding, Medicine & Hospital Stores for such sick and wounded persons as cant be transported to y-e general Hospital with safety or may be rendered fit for duty in a few days.—He shall also see that the sick & wounded while in his hospital are properly attended & dressed & when able, to be conveyed to y-e gen-l Hospital for which last purpose he shall be supplied by y-e Dir. gen.-l with a proper number of convenient Waggons & Drivers.—He shall see that the regimental Surgeons and mates attend their regiments; those who refuse to obey his or y-e Dir. gen-l's directions shall be tried & punished as Congress shall direct.

He shall have under him Stewards to

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