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April 28, 1951


JAMA. 1951;145(17):1364. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920350058020

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Headquarters Selective Service System  Washington, D. C.April 12, 1951.Operations Bulletin No. 30

Subject:  Special Registrants Completing Internships or Residencies in June 1951

  1. A doctor of medicine or dentistry can perform his service in the armed forces with the least inconvenience to himself and with the least dislocation of medical programs in communities and hospitals immediately following the end of his period of internship or residency. Most internships and residencies are terminated on or about the 30th of June of each year.

  2. The Office of the Surgeon General of the Army has informed this Headquarters that orders placing reserve officers on active duty must be obtained at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of entry upon active duty. After a special registrant applies for a commission some time is required to complete his processing. In order that a special registrant who desires to enter

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