Aerospace Medical Association (ASMA)
Association de médecine aéronautique et spatiale (AMAS)
Asociación Médica Aerospacial
1929-10-07 Washington DC USA
7 Oct 1929, Washington DC (USA), by Dr Louis H Bauer, physician, humanitarian, and statesman, as Aero Medical Association of the United States. With internationalization in Aug 1947, became Aero Medical Association. Present name adopted 27 Jan 1959.
Advance the science and art of aviation medicine, space medicine and environmental medicine, by stimulating investigation and study; establish and maintain cooperation between medical and other sciences concerned with aeronautical and astronautical development and progress; promote, protect and maintain safety in aviation and space activities.
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