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March 17, 1956


JAMA. 1956;160(11):989. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960460067016

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Inspection Tour of Aviation School.—  Assistant Secretary of Defense Dr. Frank B. Berry, in private life professor of clinical surgery at Columbia University, New York, arrived at Randolph Air Force Base in Texas Feb. 8 for a two-day inspection tour of the School of Aviation Medicine. With Dr. Berry was Major Gen. Dan C. Ogle, surgeon general of the Air Force, and more than a dozen physicians who serve as advisors to the Defense Department.In the party were Drs. Stanhope Bayne-Jones, director of research in the Army Surgeon General's Office, and Howard Karsner, research advisor to the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery; Melvin A. Casberg, Dr. Berry's predecessor in the defense post; Thomas P. Fox, D.D.S., Philadelphia; Oscar P. Hampton, St. Louis; Anthony J. J. Rourke, professor of hospital administration, Leland Stanford University; James L. Tullis of Harvard Medical School; Dwight L. Wilbur, professor of clinical

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