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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Aerospace Medical Association Meeting.—
Retirement point credits may be earned by reserve medical corps officers who attend the 31st annual meeting of the Aerospace Medical Association at the Americana Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla., May 9 to 11. This authorization covers eligible physicians who are reserve medical corps officers of the United States Army, Navy, or Air Force on inactive status. At this meeting more than 250 leading aerospace bioscientists will present reports of their research work.
An Aeromedical Symposium will be held at the San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola, Fla., on June 7 to 9. Sponsored by the United States Army Board for Aviation Accident Research, the symposium is designed to orient staff surgeons and hospital commanders to areomedical factors in aircraft accidents. Vice-Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, U. S. N., chief of Naval Air Training at Pensacola Naval Air Station, is scheduled to welcome those attending
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