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ARMY MEDICAL OFFICERS REQUEST ROTATION OF ASSIGNMENTS IN SERVICE
The following communication received from five medical officers of the United States Army in Europe, including a major and four captains, is published so that it may receive consideration by the medical profession and by the officers in the Office of the Surgeon General. Contrary to our usual custom, the letter is printed without signature, since the officers specifically request that their signatures be not included. Certainly the point raised merits consideration.—Ed.
To the Editor:—
We are army medical officers on active duty for varying lengths of time ranging from thirty-two months to forty-eight months at a fighter station in England since November 1943 and are now about to go to Germany in the Army of Occupation. When we shall be relieved is a matter of speculation. Frankly, we've been thinking lately about the lack
MEDICINE AND THE WAR. JAMA. 1945;128(11):815–816. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860280041013
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