Chief Hospital Corpsman: A Course with Test Material and a Series of Instruction Tests

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Bureau of Naval Personnel, 1955 - 123 pages

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Page 59 - If the death penalty is pronounced on a prisoner of war, the sentence shall not be executed before the expiration of a period of at least six months from the date when the Protecting Power receives, at an indicated address, the detailed communication provided for in Article 107.
Page 59 - ... of a sentence may be detained until the end of their imprisonment. Belligerents shall communicate to each other the lists of those who may not be repatriated for the reasons given in the preceding paragraph. 2. DISCIPLINARY PUNISHMENTS ARTICLE 54 Arrest is the most severe disciplinary punishment which may be imposed on a prisoner of war.
Page 104 - In each of the above situations, the individual's military record should form the basis for the action taken. (b) General Discharge. Issuance of a General Discharge is conditioned upon: (1) Military record not sufficiently meritorious to warrant an Honorable Discharge. (2) Eligibility for discharge...
Page 59 - ... offense shall be sent as soon as possible to the representative of the protecting Power, for transmission to the Power in whose armies the prisoner served. The sentence shall not be executed before the expiration of a period of at least three months after this communication.
Page 28 - When the specific gravity of the specimen first examined is under 1.010, further observation of the applicant and repeated complete urinary examinations are indicated.
Page 58 - Power may utilize the labour of prisoners of war who are physically fit, taking into account their age, sex, rank and physical aptitude, and with a view particularly to maintaining them in a good state of physical and mental health. Non-commissioned officers who are prisoners of war shall only be required to do supervisory work. Those not so required may ask for other suitable work which shall, so far as possible, be found for them.
Page 59 - Belligerents are bound to send back to their own country, regardless of rank or number, seriously sick and seriously injured prisoners of war, after having brought them to a condition where they can be transported. Agreements between belligerents shall accordingly settle as soon as possible the cases of invalidity or of sickness, entailing direct repatriation, as well as the cases entailing possible hospitalization in a neutral country.
Page 60 - Act shall, while proceeding to their place of duty, while serving thereat, and while returning therefrom, be transported and subsisted at the cost and charge of the United States...
Page 58 - Power, to any military or civil medical unit qualified to treat them. ARTICLE 15 Medical inspections of prisoners of war shall be arranged at least once a month.
Page 102 - Uniforms and clothing. (a) The instructions relating to uniform clothing of personnel being discharged are contained in Individual Clothing Regulations. (b) A person discharged with a dishonorable, bad conduct or undesirable discharge or for reason of unsuitability or security shall have all uniform coats, overcoats, raincoats, liners, trousers, utility uniforms, caps and hats in his possession, together with all grade and branch of service insignia, service stripes, and brass or bronze buttons pertaining...

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