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Veterinary Service, U.S. Army

Veterinary Service, U.S. Army

hearings before the United States House Committee on Military Affairs, Sixty-Second Congress, second session, on Feb. 28, 1912

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army. -- Veterinary Corps -- Reorganization

  • About the Edition

    Considers (62) H.R. 16843

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination20 p
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18099275M

    The JBLM Veterinary Treatment Facility is professionally staffed by Army Veterinary Corps personnel with the primary mission of providing complete veterinary care for all government-owned animals. Staff members understand how important pets are to service members and their families, and with that in mind, they offer many types of routine care. Effective 31 March the Air Force Veterinary Corps was disestablished and the Army became the Executive Agent for all DoD veterinary services. The U.S. Army Veterinary Corps continues to significantly impact current operations. Veterinary unit commanders and their personnel are critical in effecting remarkably low food borne illness rates.

    Veterinary Service, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures, dated 30 December ; FM 4Dental , Service Support Operations, dated 31 July ; and FM . Effective 31 March the Air Force Veterinary Corps was disestablished and the Army became the Executive Agent for all DoD veterinary services. U.S. Army Veterinary Command. As the DoD Executive Agent for Veterinary Service, the Veterinary Command (VETCOM) provides veterinary service to the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines.

      Field Veterinary Service (64A) Service Type: Active Duty. Learn how Captain James Pratt went from running a small civilian animal practice to becoming a U.S. Army Captain and field veterinarian. See Profile. On June 3, the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps held a centennial celebration of the years of service of the Corps by dedicating a bronze statue at the U.S. Army Medical Department Museum at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.


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(b) Veterinary regulations U. Army (S. U.S. Army book. (c) Report blanks. (d) Case book or note book for recording sick admitted and under treatment. (e) Field Service Regulation. (f) Veterinarian?s wallet. When any veterinary necessity of the moment comes in conflict with a purely military necessity, the former must go to the wall.

At the beginning of the Spanish-American War, the Cavalry was authorized 14 veterinary surgeons (4 seniors and 6 juniors) for its Veterinary Service regiments (6).Artillery reentered U.S.

Army book evolution of the Army Veterinary Service where each battery of field artillery was authorized a veterinary sergeant; previously, inhorsed artillery had farriers and after was provided with artificers who very. This book is the first dedicated solely to military veterinary medicine. Its chapters outline the history and the diverse duties that make the practice of military veterinary medicine significantly different from the practice of civilian veterinary medicine, yet an integral part of Army medicine.

The US Army Veterinary Service is the undisputed world leader in the provision of military veterinary services, and has continued to grow with the demands of supporting an Army and nation at war in multiple theaters of operations over the last decade of conflict.

The Veterinary Service established two new courses during the year. One, a 3-week course in Veterinary Food Inspection Statistical Quality Control, was developed by the U.S.

Army Medical Service Meat and Dairy Hygiene School, Chicago, Ill. Excerpt from The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War, Volume II: Administration American Expeditionary Forces, Chapter XX, The Veterinary Service Excerpt from The United States Army in the World War,Reports of the Commander-in-Chief, Staff Sections and Services, Vol "History of Veterinary Corps, A.E.

the work of Army veterinary professionals since the establishment of the Army Public Health Command, which absorbed the resources and functions of the now closed Army Veterinary Command.

In his article, BG Poppe introduces the Veterinary Service, which, as the only US military veterinary asset, has both Army and Department of Defense missions.

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Army Medical Center of Excellence headquarters. It is intended for interested members of the public, news media and Army Medical Center of Excellence beneficiaries. Not only does it give you the step-by-step guide to the U.S. Army Veterinary Services standard of care, for Military Working Dogs (MWD), but it provides so may additional resources to look into that you could practically build a veterinary library and medication stock for your homestead with the resources provided, in this one s: 5.

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The Fort Riley Veterinary Treatment Facility (VTF) is professionally staffed by U.S. Army Veterinary Command Personnel. The VTF provides preventive medicine, vaccinations, sick call, and health certificates for both Interstate and International travel to animals by Active Duty and Retired DoD service members, and their dependents.

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ARMY VETERINARY MEDICINE ARMY VETERINARIAN JOBS & CAREERS. The animals under your care as an officer in the Army Veterinary Corps could be government servants. They might be the beloved pets of our Soldiers. They might be the laboratory animals that help us find a cure for a disease or illness.