Accession Number : ADA194541

Title :   Oral History Brigadier General (Retired) Connie L. Slewitzke.

Descriptive Note : Study project,

Corporate Author : ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA

Personal Author(s) : Greenlee, Beverly A

PDF Url : ADA194541

Report Date : 28 Mar 1988

Pagination or Media Count : 24

Abstract : This paper is an analysis partly based on interviews with Brigadier General, Retired (BG Ret) Connie L. Slewitzke, former Chief, Army Nurse Corps; COlonel John M. Hudock, Assistant Chief Army Nurse Corps, and studies from the Office of the Surgeon General. The issues discussed include the Army Medical Officer to AirLand Battle (HSSALB) Study. The AMOSS I study discusses important issues such as promotion timing, field grade structure at the 05 and 06 levels, lateral entry officers and AOC substitutability in the Nurse Corps. The HSSALB study discusses the changes that were proposed in providing support far forward to the AirLand Battle. The conclusions of the paper were that promotion timing is improving, field grade structure is being more appropriately aligned for the Nurse Corps, lateral entry officers are needed and all Nurse Corps AOC are substitutable in wartime. The concepts studied in the HSSALB study are not currently active.

Descriptors :   *HISTORY, *NURSES, *OFFICER PERSONNEL, *PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, ARMY PERSONNEL, CORPS LEVEL ORGANIZATIONS, INTERVIEWING, MEDICAL SERVICES, GRADE STRUCTURE(PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT), MILITARY REQUIREMENTS, PROMOTION(ADVANCEMENT)

Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
      Military Forces and Organizations

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE