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STANHOPE BAYNE-JONES, M.D. (Deceased)

Brigadier General, USA (Ret.). Deputy Chief, Preventive Medicine Service, and Administrator, Army Epidemiological Board, Office of The Surgeon General, U.S. Army; Director, United States of America Typhus Commission, War Department, 1942-46.

WILLIAM D. CHURCH

Captain, MSC. Military Historian.

EDWARD J. DEHNÉ, M.D., M.P.H., D.P.H.

Chief Medical Consultant, Nevada Department of Human Resources, Carson City, Nev. Colonel, MC, USA (Ret.). Assistant Surgeon, Fort McDowell, Calif., 1941-43; Surgeon, Forward Echelon, European Civil Affairs Division, and Executive Officer, European Civil Affairs Medical Group, Northwest Europe, 1943-45; Chief Public Adviser, Office of Military Government, U.S. Zone of Germany, Berlin, 1946-48; Chief, Occupational Health, Army Industrial Hygiene Laboratory, Army Chemical Center, Maryland, 1948-50; Chief, Preventive Medicine, Third U.S. Army, 1950; Chief, Preventive Medicine, Caribbean Command, C.Z., 1951-54.

CHARLES J. FARINACCI, M.D.

Professor of Pathology, The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Tex.; Civilian Consultant in Pathology to The Surgeon General, U.S. Air Force, Wilford Hall Medical Center, San Antonio, Tex., 1960--. Colonel, MC, USA (Ret.). Chief, Public Health Division, Allied Military Government, British Eighth Army in Italy, 1943-45; Chief, Public Health Division, U.S. Forces in Austria (Allied Commission for Austria), and Chief U.S. Military Representative to the Public Health Branch of the Allied Commission for Austria, 1945-47.

RAYMOND E. FINOCCHIARO

Writer, News-Journal, Wilmington, Del. Captain, MSC, USAR. 

IRA VAUGHAN HISCOCK, M.P.H., Sc.D., M.D. (Hon.)

Professor of Public Health, Emeritus, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Colonel, SnC, AUS (Ret.). Chief of Public Health, Civil Affairs Division, War Department, Liaison Officer with the Surgeons General, Army and Navy, and United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1942-45.

GEORGE E. LEONE, M.D., M.P.H.

Professor of Clinical Public Health Practice, School of Medicine, State University of New York, Stony Brook, N.Y. Colonel, MC, USA (Ret.). Chief Surgeon, U.S. Army Forces, South Atlantic, 1942-45.

EUGENE T. LYONS

Lieutenant Colonel, MSC, AUS (Ret.).

DARRELL G. MCPHERSON

Adjutant, Reynolds Army Hospital, U.S. Army Medical Department Activity, Fort Sill, Okla. Major, MSC, AUS.


KIRK T. MOSLEY, M.D.

Resident Adviser to the General Directorate of Population Planning, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Government of Turkey; and Research Associate, Department of Population Dynamics, The Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, Md. Lieutenant Colonel, MC, AUS. Assistant Theater Surgeon and Theater Epidemiologist, Headquarters, U.S. Army Forces, China-Burma-India, 1944; Theater Epidemiologist, Headquarters, Services of Supply, India-Burma Theater, 1944-45; Public Health Officer, Headquarters, U.S. Forces, China Theater, 1945.

CRAWFORD F. SAMS, M.D.

Brigadier General, USA (Ret.). Chief Surgeon, U.S. Army Forces in the Middle East, 1941-43; Chief, Public Health and Welfare, General Headquarters, Supreme Command for the Allied Powers, 1945-51; Chief, Public Health and Welfare, General Headquarters, United Nations Command, 1950-51.

RICHARD T. SHACKELFORD, M.D.

Associate Professor of Surgery, Emeritus, The Johns Hopkins University Medical School, Baltimore, Md. Colonel, MC, AUS. Chief of Surgical Service, 18th General Hospital (The Johns Hopkins Affiliated Unit), New Zealand, Fiji, Bougainville, 1942-44; Chief of Surgical Service, 170th Evacuation Hospital, Italy, 1944-45; Allied Control Commissions for Hungary and Romania and Consultant to United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in Hungary, 1945-46.

MORRISON C. STAYER, M.D. (Deceased)

Major General, AUS (Ret.). Surgeon, Caribbean Defense Command, 1941-44; Deputy Surgeon, Allied Force Headquarters, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and Chief Surgeon, Mediterranean Theater of Operations, 1944-45; Chief, Public Health and Welfare Branch, Internal Affairs and Communications Division, Office of Military Government of Germany (U.S.), 1945-46.

THOMAS B. TURNER, M.D., Sc.D.

Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Dean Emeritus of the Medical Faculty, The Johns Hopkins University, Archivist for The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Physician, Associate Staff, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Colonel, MC, AUS. In the Surgeon General's Office: Chief, Venereal Disease Control Branch, and Director, Civil Public Health Division, 1944; Assistant Chief, Preventive Medicine Division, and Director, Civil Public Health and Nutrition Division, 1945.

PAULINE B. VIVETTE

Staff Historian, Historians Branch, The Historical Unit, U.S. Army Medical Department, and Federal Women's Program Coordinator, Fort Detrick, Frederick, Md.

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