a war physician who became a doctor to an American President.
Capt. Ross Jung enlisted July 23, 1942 in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. He had graduated from the University of Toronto in 1937. He went to England in 1943 and served in North Africa later that year. After the war, Major Ross Jung joined the US Army Medical Corps in Shanghai. He was on detached assignment with the Central Intelligence Agency as a physician in classified duties. Released to the CIA in 1953, Ross served overseas with the agency until 1959. He practiced in Washington, DC until his death in 1976.