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Lt. Col. Howard A. Rusk designed a plan for injured soldiers to remain active during their recovery. The Laurinburg-Maxton Army Air Base Hospital implemented Rusk's program in the fall of 1943. Patients engaged in three main activities: exercise, manual arts, and instruction. The program's objectives were to improve morale, physical condition, and technical skills.