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15 Flight Surgeon. These Physical Directors fill a special need in the work of " maintenance " in that they bring to this service the practical experience already derived from the handling of athletes in colleges or athletic clubs. In order to handle most successfully the third class, namely, nutritional problems, the services of the Nutrition Officer are required. must be a man well trained in the knowledge of food values in relation to the body and he, under direction of the Flight Surgeon, is charged with not only the problem of the proper feeding of the normal flier, but especially of the flier suffering transi- The Nutrition Officer —a tory digestive disturbance efficiency of the flier when type of defect that affects greatly the in the air.
The nature of the work of a scout, which is simply hunting out the enemy and attacking him, also necessitates descents from high altitudes at tremendous speed. Night bombing has been carried out at altitudes as low as 300 feet. Day bombing, in order not to reveal the objective of the flight and to guard against concentrated anti-aircraft fire, may call for flights at very high altitudes. The possible necessity of attaining 23 24 AIR SEEVTCE MEDICAL. siich altitudes presents a nice problem when we consider the weight bombs which must be carried, together with the protective equipment with which the plane must be loaded.
Fliers vary greatly in their ability to interpret correctly the significance of these impulses. Experience alone enables the aviator to familiarize himself with the meaning of these impulses; motion. who develop the greatest ability in this respect naturally fall into the scout-pursuit class. Those who, in spite of training, are still disturbed or bewildered by stunting should be reserved exclusively for straight flying, such as bombing and photography. Again, the peculiar demands of night flying, reducing, as it does, at times to the vanishing point, information coming from the eyes, require a type of flier who possesses the keenest ear sense for the detection of those movement.
A Choice of Flowers. Chaguo LA Maua: An Anthology of Swahili Love Poetry (African Writers Series, 93) by Jan Knappert