National Geographic : 1941 Jul
Around the Clock with Your Soldier Boy "All the Ills That Flesh Is Heir to" Are Exposed When Army Doctors Examine Recruits "Only once in a long, long time do we find a boy who's glad his defects keep him out of the Army," said a physician. "Most of those rejected are depressed and disappointed." Wearing name tags and carrying their own physical examination charts, boys face the doctors at Camp Blanding, Florida. Staff Photographer J. Baylor Rol)rts "Rest Your Weight on It So I Can See How Much Your Big Dog Spreads Out" "And no cracks about my tattoo! You ought to see the guy with a cockfight on his chest, and a pack of hounds chasing a fox down his back." Fitting soldier shoes at Camp Blanding.