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5. The dedication of the Medical Department Equipment Laboratory, Museum of Field Equipment at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania

7. Wartime health and education: interim report from the Subcommittee on Wartime Health and Education to the Committee on Education and Labor pursuant to S. Res. 74; a resolution authorizing an investigation of the educational and physical fitness of the civilian population as related to national defense, January 1945

10. Army Nurse Corps: hearings before the Committee on Military Affairs, House of Representatives, Seventy-eighth Congress, second session on H.R. 3718, a bill to grant military rank to certain members of the Army Nurse Corps, H.R. 3761, ... H.R. 4445

14. Efficiency of standard Army water purification equipment and of diatomite filters in removing cysts of Endamoeba histolytica from water: for official action

24. The prevention of respiratory tract bacterial infections by sulfadiazine prophylaxis in the United States Navy

33. Medical compend for commanding officers of naval vessels to which no member of the Medical department of the United States navy is attached: to accompany medicine box

36. Handbook of respiratory data in aviation

38. Supplemental report on project no. 14 -- methods of protection against flash burns: subject: time-temperature relationships which produce hot air burns of human skin

42. Air evacuation of sick and wounded by the Pacific Wing: Army Air Forces, Air Transport Command : January 5, 1943-June 30, 1944

56. Report of the Commission of Physicians to Examine the Requirements for Admission to the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps: message from the President of the United States transmitting the report of the Commission of Physicians to Examine the Requirements for Admission to the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps

67. A prospectus for the Medical history of the Second World War: now being compiled by members of the medical profession of the United States of America from sources within the area of the interior and from foreign territories occupied by United States Forces

80. Guide for the provision of health services: [functions of the United States Public Health Service and the War Manpower Commission]

82. News release

83. News notes

89. Bibliography on postwar readjustment for service men and women: basic list

90. Bibliography on postwar readjustment for service men and women: basic list (Bibliography)

91. Bibliography on postwar readjustment for service men and women: basic list (Supplement 1)

92. Bibliography on postwar readjustment for service men and women: basic list (Supplement 2)

94. Project no. 1 -- Cold weather operations. Report on sub-project no. 1-1 -- Test of the adequacy and range of use of winter clothing. Sub-project no. 1-18 -- Study of the methods for selection of men for cold weather operations

96. Project no. 1 -- Cold weather operations. Report on sub-project no. 1-10, Analysis of position of armored force personnel in respect to winter protection with recommendations for use and/or design of suitable equipment and food

98. Project no. 2 -- Operations at high temperatures. Second partial report on: sub-project 2-22, Determination of the amount of heat transmitted to the fighting compartment of tanks under field conditions

99. Project no. 2 -- Operations at high temperatures. Report on sub-project no. 2-11, Influence of high temperatures upon the efficiency of personnel : sub-project no. 2-13, Effect of training upon the efficiency of performance at high temperatures : sub-project no. 2-17, Study of the physiologic effects of high temperatures : subject: the upper limits of environmental heat and humidity tolerated by acclimatized, normal, young men working in hot environments