Lamb Myhr was the flight surgeon
of the 50th Troop Carrier Squadron (TCS) in North Africa, Sicily, England, and France.
The best solution is to have a conversation with your flight surgeon
in which your individual health is considered in the context of mission requirements and stressors.
When asked what it's like to be a flight surgeon
, Schmid said, "It's like taking care of Lewis and Clark.
On July 22, an announcement was made that the squadron selected--in addition to the newly minted executive officer--three F/A-18 demonstration pilots, an events coordination officer, two C-130 demonstration pilots, a flight surgeon
, and a supply officer to join the 2015 team.
I am neither an ophthalmologist nor an optometrist, but as a pilot for 42 years, an aviation medical examiner for 30 years, a former Air Force flight surgeon
, and the owner of a pair of 64-year-old eyes, I've given the matter some study.
The following morning I went to see the flight surgeon
An APHA member, Imm was a former emergency room physician and flight surgeon
in the U.
Rank Typical Positions Held 0-3 captain for Army and Staff officer (clinician working in Air Force, lieutenant in a hospital or clinic), small clinic Navy, Coast Guard/Public or department chief, operational Health Service (PHS) assignments to include--battalion or brigade surgeon, flight surgeon
, dive medical officer.
A flight surgeon
is a physician trained in aviation medicine with an emphasis on aeromedical policies and procedures, as well as the stresses of flight and altitude physiology.
A 38-year-old male active duty US Marine Corps F/A-18 instructor pilot with 2693 total flight hours, of which 2134 were in the F/A-18 (fighter/attack aircraft), was referred by his flight surgeon
to one of the naval hospital's on-station doctors of chiropractic for treatment of intermittent neck pain.
Cockerham, who is chief of ophthalmology, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, and a clinical associate professor, Stanford University School of Medicine, served as a flight surgeon
for the U.
Through the Eyes of a Tiger is Hoyland's fascinating account of his year as a flight surgeon
in the early days of the Vietnam War.