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46 P. H. Hostetter (1999) Doctor and Soldier in the South Pacific (Versailles, MO: B-W Graphics), “armloads” p. 14 and pp. 6–30. 47 Hostetter, Doctor and Soldier, pp. 14, 15; Questionnaire, “usual” McDonald, and Miller and Price. 48 Questionnaire, Price. 49 Hostetter, Doctor and Soldier, pp. 15. , pp. 16. 51 FM 7–30, (1 June 1944) “Service Company and Medical Detachment (Supply and Evacuation) Infantry Regiment” (Washington, D. : Government Printing Office). 52 Hostetter, Doctor and Soldier, pp.
39 Taylor, Mullins, and Parks, Medical Training, pp. 7–13. , pp. 97–100; UAR, “Camp Barkeley 1942–1945,” RG 112, NARA. 41 Questionnaire, Aschoff; UAR, “Camp Barkeley 1942–1945,” “Camp Robinson, 1943,” “Camp Lee/ Pickett, 1942–1943,” and “Camp Grant 1943,” RG 112, NARA; Taylor, Mullins, and Parks, Medical Training, pp. 110–114. In addition to the Barkeley school, the Army organized additional Prep Schools attached to the MAC-OCS program: one opened in November 1941 at Camp Lee and two others opened in early 1942 at Camps Grant and Robinson.
The two battle-tried men “laughed like mad” and immediately bonded to their new medic and he to them. 48 The air around Winson screamed with incoming artillery and mortar fire as he made his way across a sugar beet field to help his first wounded comrade. ” He crawled so close to the ground that he “could have been mistaken for a mole” and the sugar beets’ foliage, no more than ten inches high, seemed to him a screen effectively shielding him from any harm. Relying on the real or imagined protection of the plant growth, he reached the casualty.