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Subject: HEAT AND SANITATION PREVENTIVE MEDICINE                         

Box  ID: BX001044

Document Number:         66

Folder Title: DISCOM DAILY STAFF JOURNALS 25 THRU 28 MAR 91  SEVERAL MEMOS AND MESSAGES                       

Folder Seq #:         11

Unit: 1ST ID      

Parent Organzation: VII  CORPS  





   .AETSSU                                            27 March 1991



   MEMORANDUM FOR ALL COMMANDERS
   SUBJECT: Heat and Sanitation Preventive Medicine,                   C6
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   1  We are into changing seasons.   Heat is up and we need to get       s
   the attention and involvement of our chain of commmand in
   Preventive medicine measures.                                      @-3
   @. Recently, VIT Corps Preventive Medicine personnel visited    er:
   Several units throughout the Corps.  Several problems areas were    Oj?,e
   noted that may negatively impact on the health of our soldiers.      3,    o/-@
      I want, as a minimum to place increased emphasis on the      D I VAI;'r)l
   'ollo-.qincj areas:                                             191 fd 0/4
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          a.  Prop2r handling and storage of perishable food items,l-,7 Pr
   Particularly those requiring re4riceration, as well as overall     eAl
   @-.-An,itation measures.

          b.  Heat injury prevention and the forced drinking of water
   (see attached info paper).

          C. Prohibition of personal or unit pets, mrscots, or
   wild/domesticated animals.

   4. Unit @ield sanitation teams are a valuable local asset and
   should be utilized to ensure that proper sanitary'measur@ are
   emoloyed. Additicnally, division and corps preventive mecricine
   units are available for assistance. 'No Corps Surgeon's Office
   has Rlso orovided Preventive medicine fact sheets via electronic
   mail, including a recent message on coping with the heat.



                                      Original Signed
                                        FREDERICK M. FRANKS, JR.
                                     Lieutenant General, U.S. Army
                                  Commanding

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