115th Combat Support Hospital


115th Combat Support Hospital

Infobox Military Unit
unit_name=115th Combat Support Hospital
country=United States of America
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type=Combat Support Hospital
branch=Regular Army
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garrison=Fort Polk, LA
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nickname= Warrior Medics
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battles=World War I
World War II
Desert Storm
Iraq War
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identification_symbol_label=Distinctive Unit Insignia
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Lineage

*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
*Reconstituted 9 November 1936 in the Regular Army and consolidated with the 15th Evacuation Hospital (constituted 1 October 1933 in the Regular Army) and consolidated unit designated as the 15th Evacuation Hospital
*Activated 1 June 1941 at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland
*Reorganized and redesignated 20 October 1943 as the 15th Evacuation Hospital, Semimobile
*Inactivated 8 September 1945 in Italy
*Redesignated 24 August 1949 as the 15th Evacuation Hospital and activated in Germany
*Reorganized and redesignated 10 November 1951 as the 15th Evacuation Hospital, Semimobile
*Reorganized and redesignated 1 October 1953 as the 15th Evacuation Hospital
*Reorganized and redesignated 21 December 1973 as the 15th Combat Support Hospital
*Reorganized and redesignated 16 March 1984 as the 15th Evacuation Hospital
*Reorganized and redesignated 16 October 1994 as the 115th Field Hospital

Campaign participation credit

*World War I
**Meuse-Argonne

*World War II
**Tunisia
**Sicily
**Naples-Foggia
**Anzio
**Rome-Arno
**North Apennines
**Po Valley

*Southwest Asia
**Defense of Saudi Arabia
**Liberation and Defense of Kuwait

Decorations

*Meritorious Unit Commendation (Army) for EUROPEAN THEATER

References

*http://www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/hosp/0115fldhosp.htm
*http://www.jrtc-polk.army.mil/115th_BDE/index.html


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