Christmas Hill, July 1953

115 MASH Norm Dial in front of bunker, Xmas Hill, Korea July 19
Surgical Research Team member Norm Dial sits next to a foxhole near the battalion aid station at Christmas Hill, Korea, late July, 1953

See below for more photos of Christmas Hill, July 1953

Medical officers and corpsmen were placed in several battalion aid stations and in the front lines to study the problems of stress, dehydration, plasma expanders, and resuscitation at the most forward areas. In addition, the collaboration of divisional medical officers was obtained in originating work at this forward level.

-From Battle Casualties in Korea, Studies of the Surgical Research Team, Vol.1: Introduction-Historical Background and Development, Captain John M. Howard, MC, USAR, Director, Surgical Research Team in Korea

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