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Appendix K

The United States Army Medical Service Corps

Medical Service Corps Specialties in 1972

Career Fields and Military Occupational Specialties (MOS)

Active Component, 30 June 1972

Title and MOS

Actual Strength

Administrative Specialties

Comptroller (2402, 2610, 2800)

149

Hospital Administration (3012)

76

Medical Aviation (1981, 1987, 2518, 4823)

359

Medical Technical Intelligence (9300)

6

Operations and Training (2162, 2520, 3506)

1,773

Personnel (2110, 2120, 2200, 2210, 2260, 2900, 5505)

358

Registrar (2431)

185

Supply (4010, 4490)

433

Non-Career Fields (0600, 2030, 2421, 9310)

6

Student Programs Charged to MSC (medical, dental, veterinary)

199

Medical Equipment Repair Specialist (202A) (Warrant Officers)

84

Scientific Specialties

Audiology (3360)

25

Entomology (3315)

83

Laboratory Science (3307, 3309, 3310, 3311, 3314, 3327)

286

Military Community Oral Health Manager (3380)

6

Nuclear Science (3308)

40

Optometry (3340)

284

Pharmacy (3318)

166

Podiatry (3360)

39

Psychology (2239, 3620, 8430)

139

Sanitary Engineering (3370, 7960)

188

Social Work (3606)

260

Total Medical Service Corps

5,144

Source: Surgeon General Report, 1972, p. 110, and 1974, p. 38 (for MOS groupings); Maj. Ray Bateman, SF, Distribution Division, Officer Personnel Management Directorate, PERSCOM, Rpt, subj., Medical Equipment Repair, 6 Feb 1995, DASG-MS.