Reader Submission – History of the Medical Oak Leaf and Acorn Corps Device

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I usually stick to career planning topics on this blog, but a reader submitted this interesting article. I had no idea where our corps device came from, and since I didn’t know I’m sure there are others out there who don’t know either. Enjoy reading if this topic intrigues you:

The History of the Navy Medical Corps Insignia

One thought on “Reader Submission – History of the Medical Oak Leaf and Acorn Corps Device

    Rich "Q" Quatrone, CAPT, MC, USN said:
    September 17, 2015 at 16:29

    Yes, CAPT (ret) Ken Lankin wrote this article when he was a medical school at USUHS and it was publiched during his Internship year. He served just over 20 years as both Family Medicine and Preventive Medicine, had several operational tours and retired out of NHC Annapolis. Great Doc!

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