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35 Almost immediately after the attack, Colonel Cooper put the Manila Hospital Center into operation. Composed of Sternberg General Hospital plus eight annexes in colleges, universities, dormitories, barracks, and the Jai Alai Building, the center formed the focal point of medical activity. Total planned bed capacity exceeded 4,600. But in the opening days Sternberg admitted most of the attack victims, beginning in the early morning hours of 9 December. As raids increased in severity during the following days, wounded poured in from Iba Field, Clark Field, Fort Stotsenburg, Nichols Field, Cavite Naval Base, Manila, and later from the Luzon fronts.

All in HUMEDS, RG 112, NARA. See also Interv, Mary Ellen Condon-Rall with Percy J. Carroll, 26 Sep 80, CMH; Philip A. Kalisch and Beatrice J. Kalisch, “Nurses Under Fire: The World War II Experiences of Nurses on Bataan and Corregidor,” Nursing Research 25, no. 6 (Nov–Dec 76): 411. The Japanese government was notified of the ship’s mission through Swiss channels. See Msg, Forster, Philippine Red Cross, to Chairman, American Red Cross, 28 Dec 41, and other Mactan materials, THU Note Cards, Historians files, HUMEDS, RG 112, NARA.

20 MEDICAL SERVICE IN THE WAR AGAINST JAPAN COL. WIBB E. COOPER, MC COL. HAROLD W. GLATTLEY, MC (Rank as of 7 April 1942) Regiment, a unit formed of Philippine Scouts under Maj. Harold W. Glattley, MC. A midwesterner and graduate of the University of Iowa’s School of Medicine, Glattley served for fourteen years at Army hospitals in the United States and overseas before taking up his position with the Philippine Scouts. 23 This small force of Philippine natives and American officers participated in the maneuvers of the Philippine Division; trained cadres for newly created medical detachments and provided them key noncommissioned officers; and taught the militiamen of the Philippine Army the rudiments of field medicine, medical supply, and hospitalization.

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