Posted on Aug 14, 2015
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Physicians trained as Aerospace Medicine Specialists (also known as RAMs), represent a mission critical speciality in all branches of Military Medicine, trained within every area of Preventive and Occupational Medicine including: Homeland Security, CBRNE/Public Health Emergency Response, Toxicology, Civil Aviation, Space, Environmental, Industrial and Hyperbaric Medicine.
Potential members can learn more about becoming a RAM and the American Society of Aerospace Medicine Specialists (ASAMS) by contacting us or by viewing our website at http://www.asams.org/
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Capt Daniel Goodman
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Sorry, typo, I'd meant 9124F under the bioenviron!mental engineers (BEEs) under the Biomedical Science Corps (BSC)....
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Capt Daniel Goodman
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http://www.euclid.int/online-doctorate-international-public-health/

I just sent this in generally, I'd been looking at it as well as at other online PhD programs, if only for the intelleftial stimulus, I've also looked at AMSUS and read its journal for a long time, as well as relevant IEEE and AIAA journals also....
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Maj Gmo Fight Surgeon 48 Gx
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Col Blocker,

Not sure if the RAM is in my future, but I'm still a huge advocate for Aerospace Medicine! Just transferred from AD to the ANG a few months ago and accomplished my AME training this weekend. Keep me posted for any opportunities or help needed in the field!!
Also, any feedback on my website or interest in collaborating is greatly appreciated: http://goflightmedicine.com
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Rocky, thanks for the reply. It's a great community! Where are you currently serving and what's your experience? I only see generic info on your profile so far.
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Maj Gmo Fight Surgeon 48 Gx
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I'll have to update my profile. I'm new to RP. I did 6 years AD as GMO flight doc. TY at Travis AFB, then 1 year in Korea with 25 FS (A-10's) and 3.5 years at Aviano as SME in the 510 FS (F-16's). Now in the UT ANG and back to GME for Emergency Med. Best of both worlds!
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