Manual for the Medical Department, United States Army

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911
 

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Page 3 - WAR DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, Washington, DC, February 10, 1916. This Manual is published for the information and government of the Regular Army and Organized Militia of the United States. By order of the Secretary of War: HL SCOTT, Major General, Chief of Staff. The regulations in this Manual are only a part of the general body of regulations •with which the medical officer must acquaint himself. For regulations general in nature, or which affect other branches of the service,...
Page 3 - ... Regulations of the War Department Governing the Organized Militia, to the Regulations for the United States Military Academy, to the Small Arms Firing Regulations, to the Manual of Interior Guard Duty, to the Regulations for the Uniform of the United States Army, to the Rules of Land Warfare, etc. Regulations for the Examination of Officers for Promotion, Post Exchange Regulations, Rules for the Examination of Recruits, Regulations Regarding the Examination and Appointment of Persons in Civil...
Page 3 - ... properly so called. In addition special reference is necessary, for precise information on the subjects with which they deal, to the manuals for the other staff departments, to the Drill Regulations and Service Manual for Sanitary Troops, to the Field Service Regulations, to the Tables of Organization, to the Manual for Courts-Martial, to the Army Transport Service Regulations, to the Manual of Pack Transportation, to. the Regulations of the War Department Governing the Organized Militia, to...
Page 3 - Infantry, is approved and is published for the information and government of the Regular Army and the Organized Militia of the United States.
Page 3 - ... of course, Is extended only to those men whose offenses are purely military and whose conduct has, in your opinion, warranted the assumption that they will make good soldiers and who have expressed a desire to earn an honorable discharge and thereby atone for any previous misconduct. " By direction of the Secretary of War. " LEONARD WOOD, "Major General, Chief of Staff.

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