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NICOL, Claude Scott (1914 - 1984), Hon. Physician, Genitourinary Medicine Department, St Thomas’ Hospital, London; Hon. Consultant to the Army; late Adviser in Genitourinary Medicine to Department of Health and Social Security

LAMBERT, James Drummond (1835 - 1905), Director-General, Army Veterinary Department, 1891–97; Governor of the Royal Veterinary College

CAPON, Philip John Lauriston (1902 - 1964), Major-General late RAMC; Director of Army Health, Department of the Adjutant-General to the Forces, War Office, 1956–62

BURNETT, (Edward) Napier (1872 - 1923), Consulting Surgeon; Chairman Economical Committee Army Medical Department, War Office; Director of Hospital Service, British Red Cross Society; a Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of Jerusalem

GOLD, Stephen Charles (born 1915), Consulting Physician to: the Skin Department, St George’s Hospital; St John’s Hospital for Diseases of the Skin; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers; Former Hon. Consultant in Dermatology: to the Army; to Royal Hospital, Chelsea

McKENZIE, (Robert) Tait (1867 - 1938), Research Professor of Physical Education since 1931, Professor Physical Education and Director of the Department, 1904–31, Emeritus Professor, 1937, University of Pennsylvania; (temp.) Major Royal Army Medical Corps, 1915

WILSON, Graham (Selby) (1895 - 1987), late Captain Royal Army Medical Corps (Special Reserve); Hon. Lecturer, Department of Bacteriology and Immunology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 1964–70; Director of the Public Health Laboratory Service, 1941–63; KHP, 1944–46

HILL, Leonard Erskine (1866 - 1952), late Director of Research, St John Clinic and Institute of Physical Medicine; late Director Department of Applied Physiology, National Institute of Medical Research, Mount Vernon, Hampstead; late President, Association Sanitary Inspectors; Member of the Navy Medical Advisory Board; late Member of Army Medical Advisory Board

STEWART, Harold Charles (1906 - 2001), FRSE; Head of Pharmacology Department, St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, 1950–74; Professor of Pharmacology in the University of London 1965–74, then Emeritus Professor (Reader, 1949–64); Consultant in Pharmacology to: St Mary’s Hospital, 1946; Ministry of Defence (Army), since 1961

Smith, Rodney (1914 - 1998), Hon. Consulting Surgeon: St George’s Hospital, London, 1978, Wimbledon Hospital; Examiner in Surgery, University of London; External Examiner in Surgery, Universities of Cambridge, Birmingham and Hong Kong; former Advisor in Surgery to Department of Health and Social Security; Hon. Consultant in Surgery to the Army, 1972, Emeritus Consultant, 1980

RIDDOCH, George (1888 - 1947), late Brigadier, Consultant in Neurology to the Army; Hon. Consultant Adviser, EMS (Peripheral Nerve and Spinal Injuries); Hon. Consultant in Neurology, Ministry of Pensions; Physician, London Hospital, and Director, Department of Neurology and Psychiatry; Physician, National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Queen Square; Consulting Neurologist, Claybury Mental Hospital

REID, John (James Andrew) (1925 - 1994), Consultant Adviser on International Health, Department of Health (formerly of Health and Social Security), 1986–94; Hon. Consultant in Community Medicine to the Army, 1971–90; Chairman, Review Board for Overseas Qualified Practitioners, 1990–94 (Deputy Chairman, 1986–90)

POLSON, Thomas Andrew (1865 - 1946), Chairman of Butlin’s Ltd, Duffield Iron Corporation, Ltd, James Walker, Goldsmith and Silversmith, Ltd; Pye Ltd and Rolls Razor Ltd; Director of Cairnton Trust and Finance Co. Ltd; MP (Ind) Dover, 1921–22; late Chief Inspector of Clothing, Royal Army Clothing Department (despatches); formerly Major Commanding A Squadron, City of London Yeomanry, Rough Riders; qualified Q Army List; commanded depôt of the regiment; lent to Air Ministry as personal assistant to late Lord Rothermere (First Secretary of State), and represented the Ministry on Army Agricultural Committee; served on Expenditure of Stores and Supplies Committee; Hon. Treasurer Anti-Waste League; Chairman and Chief Organizer United Empire Party

SCOTT, Sebastian Gilbert (1879 - 1941), Hon. Radiologist to British Red Cross Clinic for Treatment of Rheumatism, Peto Place and Charterhouse Rheumatism Clinic; Director of Nuffield Wide Field X-ray Research; Consulting Radiologist to the London Hospital and Queen Alexandra’s Military Hospital; Member of Army X-ray Advisory Committee; late Radiologist to LCC Mental Hospitals; late President Royal Society of Medicine, Section of Electrotherapeutics; late Director of the Radiological Department at the London Hospital

MacKENNA, Robert Merttins Bird (1903 - 1984), Hon. Colonel RAMC, 1954; Dermatologist, King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers, 1946–72, now Consulting Dermatologist; Hon. Consultant in Dermatology to the British Army, 1946–64; Councillor Royal College of Physicians, 1956–59; President: Dermatological Section, Royal Society of Medicine, 1966–67; British Association of Dermatology, 1966–67; Physician in charge of the Department for Diseases of the Skin, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 1946–68, now Hon. Consultant in Dermatology; Hon. Member, British Association of Dermatologists, 1976

THOMSON, William (1843 - 1909), Hon. Surgeon to the King in Ireland; Surgeon to Richmond Surgical Hospital, Dublin; HM Inspector of Anatomy, Ireland; Ex-President Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland; Member Senate, Royal University of Ireland; retired Direct Representative for Ireland on General Medical Council; retired Surgeon to HE the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland; retired Surgeon to Queen Victoria in Ireland; retired Examiner, Army Medical Department


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The executive branch of the U.S. Army, including all the field headquarters, troops and forces, reserve organizations, bases, installations, and their activities and functions under the command or supervision of the secretary of the Army.


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