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Army Medical Aspects of Harsh Environments

Army Medical Aspects of Harsh Environments

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Heat & Cold and soldiers. With a historic overview: Ancient, Napoleonic times up to WWI and WWII, Korea and the Falklands. Published by the Office of The Surgeon General
Department of the Army, United States of America, 2001
Heat & Cold and soldiers. With a historic overview: Ancient, Napoleonic times up to WWI and WWII, Korea and the Falklands. Published by the Office of The Surgeon General
Department of the Army, United States of America, 2001

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Published by: airfix1999 on Jun 08, 2010
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MEDICAL ASPECTS
OF
HARSH ENVIRONMENTSVolume 1
 
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The Coat of Arms1818Medical Department of the Army
A 1976 etching by Vassil Ekimov of anoriginal color print that appeared in
The Military Surgeon
 , Vol XLI, No 2, 1917
 
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The first line of medical defense in wartime is the combatmedic. Although in ancient times medics carried the caduceusinto battle to signify the neutral, humanitarian nature of their tasks, they have never been immune to the perils of war. They have made the highest sacrifices to save the livesof others, and their dedication to the wounded soldier isthe foundation of military medical care.

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