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The Army Industrial Hygiene Laboratory (AIHL) was founded in 1942 at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health under the direct jurisdiction of the Surgeon General of the United States Army.  It was charged with conducting occupational health surveys of Army-operated industrial plants, arsenals, and depots. In October 1945, AIHL was transferred to what is now Aberdeen Proving Ground - South.
Home Army Medical Bulletin, 1922-1949 The Army Industrial Hygiene Laboratory.
). Assistant Surgeon, Fort McDowell, Calif. , 1941-43; Surgeon, Forward Echelon, European Civil Affairs Division, and Executive Officer, European Civil Affairs Medical Group, Northwest Europe, 1943-45; Chief Public Adviser, Office of Military Government, U. S. Zone of Germany, Berlin, 1946-48; Chief, Occupational Health, Army Industrial Hygiene Laboratory.
THE ARMY Industrial Hygiene Laboratory applied 28,201 test patches to 2,036 volunteer human test subjects during the period March 1948 to April 1949 in the "prophetic" patch testing of various items of military supplies and equipment destined for contact with the skin of personnel of the armed forces. In addition to the standard, cellophane-backed, elastic adhesive patch, known as the Schwartz patch, two other devices, to be described, were tried experimentally for holding the test materials in contact with the skin, in an effort to make the conditions surrounding the testing of an item correspond more closely with conditions surrounding the use of that item.