Veterinary Officer (3200) Enlisted Personnel
Directs and participates in treatment of sick and wounded animals and in combat, establishes, selects sites for, and supervises operation of veterinary aid station for reception and treatment of animal casualties. Diagnoses and treats sick and wounded animals; performs surgical operations; classifies animal casualties as salvageable or unsalvageable, destroying the latter in accordance with prescribed methods; inspects stables, corrals, and forage, and corrects unsanitary conditions; performs administrative functions such as supervising preparation of records and reports, requisitioning and maintaining veterinary supplies and equipment, and assisting in administration of veterinary unit. May conduct training courses for enlisted personnel in veterinary practice and animal hygiene. May inspect meat, meat foods, and dairy products. Should have 1 year civilian Veterinary practice. Must be graduate of accredited Veterinary College.