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US Army

a term applied to surgical instruments designed by members of the United States Army.

US Army chisel
a heavyweight bone chisel with a bevel on one side of the cutting edge.
US Army osteotome
like a chisel (above), but with a bevel on both sides.
US Army retractor
handheld retractors, in pairs, flat metal with a right angle bend at both ends, both in the same direction. one long return, one short. Designed for short-term retraction of wound edges so as to view abdominal or thoracic contents.
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United States Army Medical Research Unit, Nairobi, Kenya; ([dagger]) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA; ([double dagger]) Kijabe African Inland Church Mission Hospital, Kijabe, Kenya; and ([section]) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
If you'd like more information on the United States Army Volunteer Service, or want to volunteer yourself, call Baumann at (661) 267-1425.
We have earned a solid reputation for our ability to support the operational tempo of the United States Army Reserve with integrity and added value.
Colonel Rowan (Retired) is the Deputy Assistant Commandant, United States Army Engineer School.
Pollett, United States Army, for appointment to the rank of lieutenant general and assignment as director, Defense Information Systems Agency/Commander, Joint Task Force - Global Network Operations/deputy commander, United States Strategic Command, Global Network Operations and Defense, Arlington, Va.
She enlisted in the United States Army in 2003 after graduating from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor's Degree in general studies with a focus in Health and Human Services.
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DTMS is the system used by the United States Army to manage unit training and mission readiness.
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The United States Army Corps of Engineers is making a difference now and positioning for the future.
The versatility of our United States Army Dental Assistants was once again displayed during Operation Arctic Care 2005 held in the frozen tundra of the Alaskan peninsula from March 19th to April 1st.
Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, United States Army, Washington, D.

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