3 edition of Amendments to Army-Navy nurses act of 1947. found in the catalog.
Amendments to Army-Navy nurses act of 1947.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.
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|Pagination||iii, 31 p.|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||50060418|
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Amendments to Army-Navy nurses act of hearing before a subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eighty-first Congress, second session, on H.R.an act to amend the Army-Navy nurses act ofto provide for additional appointments, and for other purposes, February 6, Amendments to Army-Navy Nurses Act of hearings before the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services, Eighty-First Congress, second session, on Feb.
6, by United States. Congress. Senate. Committ Published by U.S. G.P.O. in : And sometimes they are meant to garner political support for a law by giving it a catchy name (as with the 'USA Patriot Act' or the 'Take Pride in America Act') or by invoking public outrage or sympathy (as with any number of laws named for victims of crimes).
History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. (83 rd): An Act to amend the Army-Navy Nurses Act of to authorize the appointment in the grade of first lieutenant of nurses and medical specialists in the Regular Army and Regular Air Force, and appointment with rank of lieutenant (junior grade) of nurses in the Regular Navy.
36 PUBLIC LAW [67 ST AT Public Law 37 CHAPTER 7 1 AN ACT [S. ] To amend the Army-Navy Nurses Act of to authorize the appointment in the grade of first lieutenant of nurses and medical specialists in the Regular Army and Regular Air Force, and appointment with rank of lieutenant (junior grade) of nurses in the Regular Navy.
THE ARMY-NAVYMEDICAL SERVICES CORPS ACT OF 3 lieutenant betweentheagesof21and 30years, ifhe isphysicallyand otherwise qualified.
The proviso in this section whichpermits ap-pointments from sources otherthan the Regular Army or itsactive Reserve, removes anybarfrom an enlisted man gettingacommission in this corps.
Theprovisofurther states thatifaperson enters the. visions of this Act and for the purposes specified in subsection (b) of the Army-Navy Nurses Act ofas amended, the period from the date of her discharge or relief from active service to the date of her appointment in the Regular Army under the provisions of this Act.
SEC. AN ACT To establish a permanent Nurse Corps of the Army and the Navy and to establish a Women's Medical Specialist Corps in the Army. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the "Army-Navy Nurses Act of ".
TITLE I. The war prompted the navy to assign relative rank to nurses on 1 July Inactual rank was established to last throughout the war plus six months. In Aprilthe Army‐Navy Nurses Act established the Nurse Corps as a permanent staff corps of the U.S.
Navy bringing permanent commissioned rank and equal pay. The Army-Navy Nurse Act of also provided permanent commissioned officer status for members of the Army Nurse Corps in the grades of second lieutenant through lieutenant colonel, and for the Chief of the Army Nurse Corps to serve in the temporary grade of colonel.
34 Public Law – 35 Public Law – 36 HR to Amend Army–Navy Nurse Act of 37 S – 10 1 Proposed – 2 Rank Army Nurse Corps – 3 Integration into Regular Army – 4 Public Law – 5 Public Law 36 – 6 11 1 Integration 16 April –16 April File Size: KB.
Its nurses had no permanent commissioned rank during that time. The Army-Navy Nurses Act took effect on 16 Aprilestablishing the Navy Nurse Corps as a staff corps, with officers holding permanent commissioned rank from Ensign to Commander.
The corps was to be led by a director holding the rank of Captain while in that : United States Navy. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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[13 th August, ] BE IT ENACTED BY. Lyon, a nurse anesthetist, joined 3, commissioned women in the Corps in an act that finally overcame the U.S. military objection to male nurses. This objection was overruled by an amendment to the Army-Navy Nurses Act of that went into effect in Augustthanks to Rep.
Frances Bolton of Ohio, a long-time nursing supporter. This is a chronological, but incomplete list of Acts passed by the Imperial Legislative Council between andthe Constituent Assembly of India between andThe Provisional Parliament between andand the Parliament of India since an act to make further and better provision for the registration, certification, control and training of nurses and for other matters relating to nurses and the practice of nursing.
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Grant Medical College Society in passed a Bombay. NURSE CORPS. The greatest reward for nearly every nurse is the joy of. serving others. But in the Navy Nurse Corps, when you work to improve the lives of others, you can vastly improve your own – both professionally and personally.
As a Navy Nurse, you will serve your country by helping not only those in the military who defend. An officer of the Army Nurse Corps, Regular Army, or the Army Medical Specialist Corps, Regular Army, on the active list on the effective date of this Act [Aug. 21, ] does not lose any years of service creditable to her on that date for promotion, computation of basic pay, or other purposes, by the enactment of this Act.Inthe Army-Navy Nurses Act established the Nurse Corps as a permanent Staff Corps of the Navy and the Army and authorized the permanent commissioned rank for nurses.
After World War II, women gained more recognition for their valuable contributions to the armed services.Army Reorganization Act (): A provision of the Army Reorganization Act grants military nurses the status of officers with “relative rank” from second lieutenant to major (but not full rights and privileges).
World War II (): More t Army nurses serve stateside and overseas during World War II. Sixty-seven Army nurses are captured by the Japanese in the Philippines in.