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They are medical, physical, and what we may term nutritional. The medical needs constitute especially the problem of the Flight Surgeon. In order to supplement his work and take care of the physical needs of the flier, there have been secured for the Aviation Service the services of experienced college trainers. These men have been given a course of instruction covering the special aspects of physical training as it applies to the care of tbe flier, and have then as Physical Directors been sent out to each flying field to assist the — — — AIB SERVICE MEDICAL.
The Air Medical Service, however, does not end here. It is all very well to have chosen with great care those hand-picked men who constitute our Air Force and, thanks to the enormous number of applicants, to have adhered to the highest standards in their selection. It is all very well to have medical specialists classifying fliers and determining their peculiar fitness for special branches of aerial activity. This, however, by no means marks the limit of usefulness of the Air Medical Service. The one immediate need of the military aviator in all the services of the world is an organization for his upkeep and care in actual service.
The interest aroused within the medical profession by the work of the Physical Examining Units also resulted in bringing into the Air Medical Service a large number of specialists whose training in the examination of aviators fitted them later for a larger sphere of usefulness in the care of the flier. O O 02 P «! " "LOENING MONOPLANE. HISPANO SUISA fMOTOR. r. 4 23a-4 , CHAPTER ni. CLASSIFICATION. The who through good training has become perfect in his and who through proper care is physically fit, is not neces- flier, technique sarily fitted for all types of air activities.