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Capt. Charles F. Gell, M. C., U. S. N., special assistant for medical and allied sciences at the office of naval research, voluntarily transferred to the Navy's retired list on May 1, 1960, after 39 years of naval service. At retirement ceremonies held at the office of naval research on April 29, Adm. Rawson Bennett presented Dr. Gell with a certificate of exceptional service, taking note of his "outstanding researches in the field of Naval Aviation Medicine, which have contributed significantly to the advance of aeronautical science." The certificate was awarded by the bureau of medicine and surgery.
Portrait of Admiral McIntire.—
An oil portrait of the late Vice-Adm. Ross T. McIntire, personal physician to President Franklin D. Roosevelt and chief of the bureau of medicine and surgery of the Navy, was given to the Medical Museum of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology by the Department of
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1960;173(10):1153. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020280093024
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