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May 10, 1952


JAMA. 1952;149(2):182. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.02930190084021

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Senior Students Selected for Interns.—  Appointment of 146 senior medical students for the military intern program of the Army Medical Service has been announced by the Surgeon General. The program, scheduled to get under way July 1, provides that medical students on graduation can be commissioned as first lieutenants in the Medical Corps Reserve and serve their internships in Army hospitals. The students will be assigned to the 10 Army teaching hospitals in the United States and to Tripler Army Hospital in Hawaii. Ninety-eight of those selected, including the three women in the group, have previously served in the armed forces. In applying, each student was allowed to indicate three hospitals, in order of preference, in which he desired to receive his internship.


Aviation Medical Examiners.—  The largest class of aviation medical examiners trained at the Air Force School of Aviation Medicine Randolph Field, Texas, since World

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