TRAINING NAVY PERSONNEL AT THE ARMY CHEMICAL CENTER Jan 1950

Practical Instruction in Radiological Defense Jan 1950 Naval Training Bulletin
Note the Geiger counters and the unseen target of interest. The counter must be lined up perfectly to detect the object buried in the yard

TRAINING NAVY PERSONNEL AT THE ARMY CHEMICAL CENTER

Jan 1950 Naval Training Bulletin Published monthly by the Bureau of Naval Personnel
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DURING the academic year 1948-49, over 1,000 students attended the Chemical Corps School at Edgewood, Maryland, as representatives of the Naval Service. These students included Regular and Reserve officers of the Line, Medical Department, Civil Engineering Corps, Supply Corps, and Marine Corps, as well as many civilian employees of the shore establishment.

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