Its chief advantage was that hospital cars could be sent along unauthorized routes (those not normally used by ... The higher cost which railroads charged for such movements was considered by the Surgeon Generala#39;s Office to be fully justified by the ends achieved. ... solved by the procurement of Army hospital kitchen cars and the installation of buffet-kitchens in other hospital cars. ... (3) Ltr, SG to SvCs, 2 Dec 44, sub: Use of Buffer Cars in Connection with Mvmt of Pnts by Rail.
|Title||:||The Medical Department|
|Author||:||Clarence M. Smith|
|Publisher||:||Government Printing Office - 1966|