U.S. Armed Forces air crew: incident illness and injury diagnosis during the 12 months prior to retirement, 2003-2012.

@article{Smallman2014USAF,
  title={U.S. Armed Forces air crew: incident illness and injury diagnosis during the 12 months prior to retirement, 2003-2012.},
  author={Darlene P Smallman and Zheng Ting Hu and Patricia Rohrbeck},
  journal={MSMR},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 5},
  pages={
          8-12
        }
}
U.S. Armed Services retirees are eligible for disability compensation for medical illness/injury incurred during their service. This analysis of recently retired U.S. active component air crew/aviation service members from all Services evaluated incident diagnoses among aviation retirees during the 12 months prior to retirement and assessed trends in first-time diagnoses by major diagnostic category and aviation component stratification. Most aviation retirees were in their 40s, Air Force, male… CONTINUE READING
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