No responses yet, then, to yesterday's Teaser (yes, Steven, we know -- not "interesting enough," obviously). So we're going to keep you on tenterhooks for another few days, and meanwhile alert you to the sad demise of the MASH. Not, you'll be relieved (or disappointed?) to learn, the mash-up, where some bedroom DJ combines the Strokes' music and Christina Aguilera's vocals to create something that basically sounds like a bit of both but nonetheless is said to be new and exciting and intensely 21st-century. No, we mean the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, star of Robert Altman's 1970 movie M*A*S*H (itself based on Richard Hooker's novels) and the TV spinoff that ran from 1972 to 1983. The United States Army established MASH units in 1945 to perform surgery as close as possible to the front lines of a conflict. The last remaining unit (212th MASH) was decommissioned yesterday (February 16, 2006) after being deployed in Pakistan in support of the relief operations after the Kashmir earthquake of 2005. Comprehensive works on U.S. military medical services should be classed in 355.3450973, adding T1—09 Historical, geographic, persons treatment and then T2—73 United States to 355.345 Health services under 355.3 Organization and personnel of military forces. Works on military medical services deployed in a specific war go with other works on that war, adding notation 7 for medical services from the table under 940–990 History of modern world, or extraterrestrial worlds: so, for example, a work on military medical services deployed in the Korean War should be classed at 951.90427 under 951.9042 Korean War, 1950–1953. Works about M*A*S*H (the movie) go in 791.4372 Single films; works about M*A*S*H (the TV series) go in 791.4572 Single programs.