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August 25, 1945


JAMA. 1945;128(17):1234-1237. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860340040014

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CIVILIAN SPONSORED ARMY TECHNICAL UNITS TO BE CONTINUED  In a recent announcement by the War Department, it was stated that army technical units sponsored and manned by civilian institutions and organizations will not be disbanded after the war. The War Department granted authority early in the war to numerous civilian institutions and organizations to sponsor military units which required personnel with a high degree of professional or specialized training. In general, this authority was confined to the fields of medicine, motor and rail transportation, motion pictures, motor maintenance and communications.Following is a list of the medical units now serving in the Army of the United States which will go on a reserve status when the Army is demobilized after the war:2d Evacuation Hospital—St. Luke's Hospital, New York.7th Evacuation Hospital—New York Post-Graduate Hospital, New York.9th Evacuation Hospital—the Roosevelt Hospital, New York.12th

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