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Physical examination of the first million draft recruits: methods and results.

by Albert Gallatin Love

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. -- World War, 1914-1918

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: War department. Office of the surgeon-general.

    StatementComp. under direction of the surgeon general M. W. Ireland, by Albert G. Love, and Charles B. Davenport.
    Series[United States] Surgeon-general"s office. Bulletin,, no. 11. March, 1919
    ContributionsDavenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-1944, joint comp.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR11 .U57 no. 11
    The Physical Object
    Pagination521 p. incl. illus., tables, diagrs., charts.
    Number of Pages521
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6621265M
    LC Control Number19026651
    OCLC/WorldCa5258737

    The original purpose of this book was to serve as a basis for training personnel of the United States Civil Service Commission and of the United States War Department who were to be directly engaged in the preparation of written or performance tests of achievement . This article examines the U.S. Army's Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) program from a scientific, ethical, and pragmatic viewpoint. CSF is one of the largest single applications of psychological research in history, intended to develop "resilience" in every U.S. Army soldier. I highlight several areas where the available information about the program either suggests the likelihood of.

    In September , an "Inter-departmental Committee on Physical Deterioration" chaired by Almeric W. FitzRoy was appointed by the government "to make a preliminary enquiry into the allegations concerning the deterioration of certain classes of the population as shown by the large percentage of rejections for physical causes of recruits for the Army", and gave its Report to both houses of. Hazing (), initiation ceremonies (British English), bastardisation (Australian English), ragging (), or deposition, refers to the practice of rituals, challenges, and other activities involving harassment, abuse or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a group including a new fraternity, sorority, team, or club.. Hazing is seen in many different types of social groups.

    \3 "Trainee Discharge Program Study," (Army Training and Doctrine Command, Dec. 26, ); Trends in Attrition of High-Quality Military Recruits (RFMP, Aug. ); and "Developing. Physical examination might demonstrate focal neurological abnormalities, and in the absence of treatment, disease progression results in seizures, stupor, and coma. Retinochoroiditis, pneumonia, and evidence of other multifocal organ system involvement can be observed after dissemination of infection but are rare manifestations in this patient.


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Physical examination of the first million draft recruits: methods and results. [Albert G Love; Charles Benedict Davenport; M W Ireland; United States. Surgeon-General's Office.;].

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Physical examination of the first million draft recruits: methods and results. Comp. under direction of the surgeon general M. Ireland, by Albert G. Of or relating to characteriology. Albert Gallatin Love, Merritte Weber Ireland, Physical Examination of the First Million Draft Recruits: Methods and Results, p.

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Ireland by Albert G. Love and Charles B. Davenport. Negro Year Book: An Annual Encyclopedia of the Negro, Tuskegee, AL: Negro Year Book Pub, pp. Albert G., & Davenport, Charles B. Physical Examination of the First Million Draft Recruits: Methods and Results. Wash, DC: GPO, p.

Report on experimental training of black recruits. No place or unit given. Selection from Albert G. Love and Charles B. Davenport, Physical Examination of the First Million Draft Recruits: Methods and Results, U.S. War Department, Office of the Surgeon General (Washington, DC, ), and from Emma Duke, Infant Mortality: Results of a Field Study in Johnstown, Pa., United States Children’s Bureau Pub.

9 (Washington, DC, ), both in Robert Bremner, ed Author: Kendrick A. Clements. the Late War of the Rebellion, of Over a Million Recruits, Drafted Men, Substitutes, and Enrolled Men. Vol. Washington, DC: U.S.

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Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, ———. Defects Found in Drafted -ington, D.C: Government Printing Office, Mackin, Elton E. Suddenly We Didn’t Want to Die: Memoirs of a World War Cited by:   Love, Albert G.

and Charles B. Davenport () Physical Examination of the First Million Draft Recruits: Methods and Results. US War Department, Office of the Surgeon General, Bulletin No. 11 (March ). Washington: GPO. Google ScholarCited by: 7. Chapter III. General morbid states of the nervous system (continued).

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() Hysterical Ocular Functional Disorders. In: Functional Ophthalmic Disorders. Springer, : Robert Enzenauer, William Morris, Thomas O’Donnell, Jill Montrey.

Body Composition and Physical Performance: Medico-Actuarial Mortality Investigation. Davenport and Love analyze physical examination data of million World War I draftees () and anthropometry ofdemobilizing soldiers.

Physical Examination of the First Million Draft Recruits: Methods and Results. Bulletin no. War. Located in book Physical Examination Draft Recruit.

(Printed for the use of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs, 66th Cong. 1st Sess., Wash.). By A.G. Love and C.B.D. A Strain of Multiple births. Journal Heredity, Physical Examination of the.

Thus, when the draft began in Novemberthe process of induction included psychiatric assistance, if needed, as part of the physical examination.

At this time, medical examination of draft registrants consisted of a double screening process. Medical examiners of. According to Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, ), almost 21 percent of children ages 9 to 17 in the United States have a diagnosable mental or addictive disorder associated with at least minimum impairment.

The prevalence rate is 11 percent when significant functional impairment is required as part of the diagnostic criteria. Results: From August to October a total of out of (91%) recruits completed the first two administrations and were included in the analysis. Three hundred forty-eight out of In the classroom, recruits engage in hours of instruction on legal principles, use of force, physical training and tactics, communications, and cultural awareness.

[] All operational commands conduct regular roll call in-service training for hours a week using. – The first permanent English settlement in North America is established by the Virginia Company at Jamestown in what is now the state of Virginia.

- The Mayflower arrives at Cape Cod, bringing the "Pilgrims" who establish the Plymouth Colony. Many of the Pilgrims are Puritans who had fled religious persecution in England. Their religious views come to dominate education in the New.

Statistics, Medical and Anthropological, of the Provost-Marshal-General's Bureau, Derived from Records of the Examination for Military Service in the Armies of the United States During the Late War of the Rebellion, of Over a Million Recruits, Drafted Men, Substitutes, and Enrolled Men.

Vol. 1. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing by: Competition was keen for the new appointments, and of applications from pharmacists in Januaryonly 12 were commissioned, having survived two days of difficult written examinations, a physical examination, and interviews. 79 By January the department had appointed eighteen pharmacists.

That number, plus the forty-nine officers.Both methods required more time than we had at our disposal, for we were warned that at about this time of the year the camps would be ready to receive, arm, and equip the first draft.

It was very apparent that under no new and untried system co, men be examined in such a short time.