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Hospital Train 57 :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to the

Details: Base Hospital 27, located at Angers, France, received the first official order dated July 14, 1917, to supply Army nurses for this service. Until this time, the Medical Corps attached to hospital trains were caring for the wounded.

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228th Combat Support Hospital :: The Patriot Files

Details: Redesignated 31 May 1943 as the 30th Portable Surgical Hospital Activated 7 June 1943 at Camp Bowie, Texas Inactivated 31 October 1945 in Japan Redesignated 16 October 1993 as the 30th Surgical Hospital Redesignated 1 August 1996 as the 228th Combat Support Hospital, withdrawn from the Regular Army, and allotted to the Army Reserve

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41st Combat Support Hospital :: The Patriot Files

Details: Redesignated 31 May 1943 as the 41st Portable Surgical Hospital Activated 7 June 1943 at Camp White, Oregon Inactivated 31 October 1945 in the Philippine Islands Redesignated 28 November 1967 as the 41st Surgical Hospital Activated 25 January 1968 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas Reorganized and redesignated 26 June 1972 as the 41st Combat Support

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328th General Hospital :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated

Details: 328th General Hospital. (231 total words in this text) (3061 Reads) Organized in April 1917 as the American Red Cross hospital unit at Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, California. Reorganized and redesignated 14 March 1918 as Base Hospital No. 35 and mobilized at Los Angeles, California. Demobilized 6 May 1919 at Camp Kearney, California.

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Neubruecke Kaserne :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to

Details: The hospital provided medical services from 1954 until the 1970's when it was deactivated and placed on "turn-key" status. The 55-building complex housed various Army, Air Force, and NATO units until September 1994, when the majority of the complex was turned over to the German Government.

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The 45th Surgical Hospital Tay Ninh Vietnam

Details: AWARDS to the 45th Surgical Hospital Department of the Army Pamphlet 672-3 Decorations, Awards, and Honors Unit Citation and Campaign Participation Credit Register Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 29 January 1988 45th Surgical Hospital Meritorious Unit Commendation-4 Oct 66-31 May 69, DAGO 39,70; 1 Jun 69-15 Aug 70, DAGO 51, 71

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List of Medical Units In Vietnam

Details: 12th Evacuation Hospital (Semi-Mobile, associated with 25th Infantry Division) Ch Chi 9 September 1966 - 15 December 1970 326th Medical Battalion (Divisional, 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile)) 22 October 1967 - 23 December 1971 U.S. Army Hospital, Saigon 31 May 1972 - 14 March 1973

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Details: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to the preservation of military history. H. J. Lynch, 6 May 1915: we fixed bayonets and with a maddening shout, we charge. I will endeavor to give you a fuller account of our experiences whilst landing. I dare say long ere this reaches you, you will have read all about it in the papers, but here is the part I saw

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115th Field Hospital :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to

Details: 115th Field Hospital (223 total words in this text) (3052 Reads) Constituted 28 December 1917 in the Regular Army as Evacuation Hospital No. 15 Organized 21 March 1918 at Fort Riley, Kansas Demobilized 28 June 1919 at Camp Lewis, Washington

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47th Field Hospital :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to

Details: 47th Field Hospital. (95 total words in this text) (3235 Reads) Constituted 23 February 1943 in the Army of the United States as the 47th Field Hospital. Activated 10 September 1943 at Camp Ellis, Illinois. Inactivated 15 November 1945 in Germany. Allotted 6 January 1955 to the Regular Army. Activated 15 March 1955 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

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50th General Hospital :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to

Details: Organized in October 1917 in the National Army at Seattle, Washington, as Base Hospital No. 50. Demobilized 5 May 1919 at Camp Lewis, Washington. Reconstituted 19 October 1936 in the Organized Reserves; concurrently consolidated with the 50th General Hospital (constituted in July 1923 in the Organized Reserves) and consolidated unit designated

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Unit Histories :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to the

Details: 115th Field Hospital (3053 Reads) 1172d Transportation Detachment (1633 Reads) 11th Airborne Division, "The Angels" (2852 Reads) 11th Airlift Squadron (3324 Reads) 11th Armored Cavalry (2314 Reads) 11th Armored Division, "Thunderbolt" (4378 Reads) 11th Bomb Squadron (2310 Reads) 11th Chemical Company (4099 Reads) 11th Reconnaissance Squadron

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399th Combat Support Hospital :: The Patriot Files

Details: 399th Combat Support Hospital (173 total words in this text) (4042 Reads) [1] Constituted 25 February 1943 in the Army of the United States as the 105th Evacuation Hospital, Semimobile Activated 1 April 1943 at Camp Cooke, California Inactivated 21 November 1945 at Camp Myles Standish, Massachusetts

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399th Combat Support Hospital :: The Patriot Files

Details: 399th Combat Support Hospital (173 total words in this text) (4047 Reads) Constituted 25 February 1943 in the Army of the United States as the 105th Evacuation Hospital, Semimobile Activated 1 April 1943 at Camp Cooke, California Inactivated 21 November 1945 at Camp Myles Standish, Massachusetts

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The VA will close HOSPITAL at Murfreesboro [Archive]

Details: The VA will close the main HOSPITAL building called 1A the Emergency-room , the Dental office the physical Rehabilitation building 9 , building 8 mental health and the nursing home at Murfreesboro VA campus. The nursing home physical Rehabilitation people have been moved out of the nursing home building 116 into the gym today.

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Private Amos E. Hardy :: The Patriot Files :: Dedicated to

Details: Next morning I was put into a Hospital Steamer and sent to Beverly N.J. to the Hospital at that place. From there as soon as I recovered I was Furloughed Home and at the present time I am in the Hospital at Bangor, Me. My term expired and I am a citizen once more. Such is the true History of Private Amos E. Hardy’s Military Experience

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