Montgomery Alexander Stuart Edit Profile
Doctor of Medicine University of Michigan, 1906, Detroit College Medicine and Surgery, 1907.
Medical officer Camp Elliott, Canal Zone, 1908-1909, Colon Hospital, Panama, 1909-1911, United States Navy Hosp, at Norfolk, Virginia, 1911-1912, at Las Animas, Colorado, 1912-1913, United States Legation Guard, Peking, China, 1913-1916, United States Navy transport Martha Washington, 1917-1918. 2d, Division, American Expeditionary Force, 1918. Executive officer, United States Navy Base Hospital, Northern 1, Brest, France, 1918-1919.
Medical officer United States Ship Mississippi, 1925-1927. In charge division of preventive medicine, Bureau Medicine and Surgery, Washington, District of Columbia. Instructor in hygiene, sanitation and preventive medicine, United States Navy Medical School, Washington, 1927-1930.
Director general National Public Health Service, Haiti, 1930-1931. Director American Scientific Mission to Haiti, 1931-1933. Hospital Corps School, Portsmouth, Virginia, 1933-1934.
In charge of Division of Physical Qualifications and Medical Records, Bureau Medicine and Surgery, Washington, District of Columbia, 1935-1939. Commanded Naval Medical Supply Depot, Brooklyn, New York, 1939-1941. District Medical Officer, Tenth Naval District, May 1941-January 1943.
Under orders to 3d Naval District, New York, New York. Captain Medical Corps, United States Navy.
Fellow American College Surgeons. Member American Medical Association Alpha Gamma. Clubs: Army and Navy, Army and Navy Country.
Formerly contributor to the United States Navy Medical Bull, Military Surgeon.
Married Nina Pauline Christian, January 28, 1908 (deceased). Children: Charles Watson (deceased), William Watson.