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Virtual Naval Hospital: A digital library of military medicine and navy medicine and humanitarian medicine and disaster medicine

Virtual Naval Hospital: A digital library of military medicine and navy medicine and humanitarian medicine and disaster medicine

San Diego Naval hospital on lockdown #Cronaca #iNewsPhoto

Lockdown ends at San Diego Navy hospital; no shooter found

San Diego Naval hospital on lockdown #Cronaca #iNewsPhoto

Youth Sports presents the Irish Soccer Camps - Jul 28-Aug 1, 2014 9am-2pm  |  O'Neill Soccer Field (Formerly Naval Hospital). Ages: 4 - 12 | Cost: $149

Youth Sports presents the Irish Soccer Camps - Jul 28-Aug 1, 2014 9am-2pm | O'Neill Soccer Field (Formerly Naval Hospital). Ages: 4 - 12 | Cost: $149

US Naval Hospital Oak Harbor WA Patch

US Naval Hospital Oak Harbor WA Patch

U.S. Naval Hospital Subic Bay P.I. patch - SUPPORT TO THE FLEET

U.S. Naval Hospital Subic Bay P.I. patch - SUPPORT TO THE FLEET

Naval Hospital Bremerton Washington Patch

Naval Hospital Bremerton Washington Patch

Naval Hospital - Beaufort, South Carolina (Note the anchor shape of the building.)

Naval Hospital - Beaufort, South Carolina (Note the anchor shape of the building.)

Ensign George H. Gay at Pearl Harbor Naval Hospital with a nurse and a copy of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin newspaper featuring accounts of the battle. He was the only survivor of the June 4, 1942 Torpedo Squadron Eight (VT-8) TBD torpedo plane attack on the Japanese carrier force. Gay’s book Sole Survivor indicates that the date of this photograph is probably June 7, 1942, following an operation to repair his injured left hand and a meeting with Adm. Chester W. Nimitz. National Archives photo

Ensign George H. Gay at Pearl Harbor Naval Hospital with a nurse and a copy of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin newspaper featuring accounts of the battle. He was the only survivor of the June 4, 1942 Torpedo Squadron Eight (VT-8) TBD torpedo plane attack on the Japanese carrier force. Gay’s book Sole Survivor indicates that the date of this photograph is probably June 7, 1942, following an operation to repair his injured left hand and a meeting with Adm. Chester W. Nimitz. National Archives photo

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