Hearings on H.R. 7642 to Amend Chapter 5, Title 37, United States Code, to Extend the Special Pay Provisions for Veterinarians and Optometrists Before the Subcommittee on Military Compensation of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session, Volumul 5

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Pagina 4 - Except for a member who was previously retained in a limited assignment duty status, such a member should not be referred to a physical evaluation board unless his physical defects raise substantial doubt that he is fit to continue to perform the duties of his office, rank, grade, or rating.
Pagina 50 - ... regional meetings during the spring, 1974, the above survey updates information first gained in 1971. Among States represented ot these meetings were: Arkansas, California, Delaware, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming. Mr. FORD. The point was made last year when we passed the special pay for physicians...
Pagina 2 - ... Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That chapter 5 of title 37, United States Code, is amended as follows : (1) Section 302a is amended by striking out "July 1, 1975" wherever it appears therein and Inserting In place thereof in each instance "October 1, 1977".
Pagina 17 - Go ahead, Mr. Mitchell. Mr. MITCHELL. As to the vacancies, how many slots or vacancies do we have, such as the dentists, optometrists, and veterinarians? Do you have any numbers on this at this time, Mr. McKenzie? Mr. MITCHELL. I think it would be helpful to have this for the record. Mr. McKENZiE. Yes. [The following information was received for the record :] The DoD authorized versus assigned strengths for physicians, dentists, veterinarians and optometrists are as follows: Authorized Assigned Difference...
Pagina 2 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House oj Representatives oj the United States...
Pagina 18 - Nation's practicing doctors of podiatric medicine. Though the subject of today's hearings is a most important and sensitive one for podiatric medicine, I plan to keep my remarks brief, but pointed, recognizing the busy schedule with which the subcommittee is faced.
Pagina 31 - I believe, generally, that these activities are limited to preventive medicine. I realize that I have not specifically outlined his day to you or what it is that he does during the day. I have an officer here with us who could outline his day. Mr. NICHOLS. Mr. Chairman, I hate to indulge on the committee's time, but I think that we ought to have this in the record. Mr. STRATTON. Yes; go ahead. Mr. NICHOLS. I think that a relatively...
Pagina 38 - There arc all kinds of benefits and retirement programs. Now, the point about having the veterinarians and the optometrists and the other medical services being actually part of the Army, is that if you need to go somewhere else or to some other part of the world, you can move these particular people. I am asking about the one-third or slightly less who are the veterinarians involved in research.
Pagina 36 - ... stopped. The quality was inspected. I think the destination of the meat was some military base. I wonder if that was initiated by the veterinary branch, having suspected that the meat was deficient? Do you know anything about that? Colonel JORGENSEN. I am not aware of the background of that, sir.
Pagina 16 - ... STRATTON. We would appreciate having this for the record. Mr. MCKENZIE. I will provide more detailed information. [The following information was received for the record :] We have checked with the military departments and have ascertained that a study of this type has not been accomplished. Mr.

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