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Physical Examination of selective service registrants.

United States. Selective Service System.

Physical Examination of selective service registrants.

by United States. Selective Service System.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Draft -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Library has vol. 2 only.

    SeriesUnited States. Selective Service System. Special monograph -- no. 15, Special monograph (United States. Selective Service System) -- no. 15..
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16337403M

    Notice of Physical Examination; Draft Registration Cards. Gjenvik (Norwegian Immigrant) Secor; Newville (New Version) Registration Certificates. Gjenvik ; Secor ; Selective Service System. Drawing the First Number; Bulletin of Information for Persons Registered. Through Dr. Sullivan's influence, a plan for the psychiatric examination of draftees was incorporated in Selective Service System's Medical Circular No. 1, issued on 7 November , containing "A Minimum Psychiatric Examination of Registrants," which was designed to aid medical examiners (nonpsychiatrists) of the 6, draft boards in the.

    The Selective Service System (SSS) is an independent agency of the United States government that maintains information on those potentially subject to military conscription (i.e. the draft).All male U.S. citizens and male immigrant non-citizens, who are between the ages of 18 and 25 are required by law to have registered within 30 days of their 18th birthdays, and must notify Selective Service Agency executive: Donald M. Benton, Director. one out of every two selective service registrants called for preinduction examination. is now found. unqualified. v the rate of. failure varies widely among different states and areas of the nation. in the selective. service examinations, tiie state with. the highest. proportion of persons. failing the mental examination. had a rate

    The information has been taken from a sample of 45, reports of physical examination and induction, D. S. S. Form , received at National Headquarters of the Selective Service System. They represent physical examinations of 42, white and 3, Negro registrants made at local boards and induction stations during December and January. The Selective Service System exists because of the Military Selective Service Act - the draft law. That law has been on the books continuously since and is in effect right now. It authorizes the Selective Service System to exist, and authorizes the President to order draft registration, when and as he pleases, of men between the ages of.


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Physical examination of selective service registrants. [United States. Selective Service System.]. These three volumes deal with the record of physical examinations in connection with Selective Service registrants.

Volume I contains the text and two appendixes. Volume II is an appendix devoted to the various memoranda and articles governing the procedure of the physical examination of draftees. Volume III is an appendix containing the statistical tables. Physical examinations of Selective Service registrants in the final months of the war: an analysis of national and state data.

United States. Selective Service System, Military Personnel, Physical Examination, World War II, United States. Physical Examination of Selective Service Registrants In some instances this has been accomplished with astounding simplicity and clarity, in other instances, present available evidence would lead some to disagree rather violently with a few of the author's : Gaylord W.

Anderson. Physical Examination of Selective Service Registrants. By Gaylord W. Anderson. Topics: Book Review. OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: PubMed Central. Suggested articles. To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please Author: Gaylord W.

Anderson. The Selective Service System’s structure consists of the National Headquarters, Data Management Center, and three Region Headquarters, with full-time employees authorized.

Also part of Selective Service is a field structure of military Reservists and civilian volunteer board members. What Happens If You Don’t Register for Selective Service If you are required to register and you don’t, you will not be eligible for federal student aid, federal job training, or a federal job.

You may be prosecuted and face a fine of up to $, and/or jail time of up to five years. Registration for Men Selective Service registration is required by law as the first part of a fair and equitable system that, if authorized by the President and Congress, would rapidly provide personnel to the Department of Defense while at the same time providing for an Alternative Service Program for conscientious objectors.

A new selective service act was passed in that required all men between 18 and 26 to register and that made men from 19 to 26 liable for induction for 21 months' service, which would be followed by 5 years of reserve duty.

When the Korean War broke out, the law was replaced () by the Universal Military Training and Service Act. Gaylord W. Anderson “Physical Examination of Selective Service Registrants”, American Journal of Public Hea no.

6 (June 1, ): pp. DOI: /AJPHb Recommend this Journal to your : Gaylord W. Anderson. The docket books are lists of registrants in the first registration, giving, for each man, his order and serial numbers, date on which questionnaire was mailed to him, date and result of physical examination, date on which registrant was sent to mobilization camp.

June 5, This was included in the second registration.) The third registration was held on Septemfor men age 18 through The information included on each registration differs somewhat, but the general information shown includes order and serial numbers (assigned by the Selective Service System), full name, date and place ofFile Size: KB.

Selective Service Regulations: Prescribed by the President Under the Authority Vested in Him by the Terms of the Selective Service Law (Act of Congress Approved ) (Classic Reprint) [General, United States Office of the Pro] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Selective Service Regulations: Prescribed by the President Under the Authority Vested in Him by the Author: United States Office of the Pro General. United States for the purpose of making a systematic physical examination of the registrants.

It is important also that police officials of every grade and class should be informed of their duty under the Selective Service Law and Regulations, to search for persons who do not respond promptly and to serve the summons of Local and District Boards.

Physical examinations of Selective Service registrants in the final months of the war: an analysis of national and state data Author: Clifford H Greve ; Mardelle L Clark ; United States. Some of the more important facts derived from Selective Service experience in the physical examination of men with cardiovascular defects may be summarized as follows: 1.

Cardiovascular defects are among the leading causes for rejection of Selective Service registrants. Among men in the rejected classes, they are the fourth group in order of importance, exceeded only by mental disease, mental Author: Richard H.

Eanes, Kenneth H. McGill, Mardelle L. Clark. Someselective service registrants, sent by the local boards to AFES?s, were given a preinduction examination during the fiscal year?to determine their fitness for military service (table 8).

This number exceeds by far the number of registrants processed for preinduction in the preceding () fiscal year, though the number called for induction was lower in than in (table 9). VHA Office of Academic Affiliations (10X1) Federal law requires that most males living in the US between the ages of 18 and 26 register with the Selective Service System.

This includes individuals who are US citizens, non-US citizens and dual must review documentation that there has been a physical examination performed in the last year.

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7 FAM AUTHORITIES (CT:CON; ) a. The Selective Service System operates with permanent authorization under the Military Selective Service Act, 50 U.S.C. App. ; 50 U.S.C.

App ; 32 CFR - ; and Presidential Proclamation of July 2,as amended by Presidential Proclamation of FebruFederal Register: Febru (Volume .Applicant's Statement for Selective Service Registration Status If you are a male born after Decemand are at least 18 years of age, civil service employment law (5 U.S.C.

) requires that you must be registered with the Selective Service System, unless you meet certain exemptions under Selective Service law.1. Author(s): United States.

Selective Service System. Title(s): Physical examination of selective service registrants. Country of Publication: United States.