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Examination for Army Medical Corps
The War Department announces an examination December 5-9, both dates inclusive, for the purpose of qualifying candidates for appointment as first lieutenants in the Medical Corps, Regular Army, to fill vacancies occurring during the fiscal year 1939. The examination is open to all male graduates of acceptable medical schools who have completed a year's internship in an approved hospital and who will be not more than 32 years old at the time it is possible to tender a commission. The examination will be conducted by boards of officers in various parts of the United States and will consist of a physical examination, a written examination in professional subjects and a determination of the candidate's adaptability for military service. Licentiates of the National Board of Medical Examiners may be exempted from the written professional examination. Information and application blanks may be obtained from the Adjutant General,
Government Services. JAMA. 1938;111(11):1027. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790370047017
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