Medicine in Bomber Command

A Medical Officer’s office in a Nissen hut, note the very cramped space and the stethoscope on the papers on the desk.

The wartime RAF had very extensive medical services. Most were located in the hospitals and rehabilitation centres, and in the research establishments which investigated all aspects of aviation medicine, including psychology.

A quick overview of medical services on the bomber stations



Categories: Medical Services, RAF BOMBER COMMAND

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