93rd Evacuation Hospital
Ready Now

Lineage and Honors

Constituted July 1923 in the Organized Reserves as the 61st Surgical Hospital.

Withdrawn January 1, 1938 from the Organized Reserves and allotted to the Regular Army.

Activated June 1, 1941 at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland.

Reorganized and redesignated August 20, 1942 as the 93rd Evacuation Hospital.

Redesignated January 8, 1943 as the 93rd Evacuation Hospital, Semimobile.

Inactivated December 12, 1945 at the New York Port of Embarkation.

Redesignated November 23, 1954 as the 93rd Evacuation Hospital.

Activated January 17, 1955 at Fort Riley Kansas.

Deactivated July 17, 1994 at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

Campaign Participation Credit
Sicily Defense Defense of Saudi Arabia
Naples-Foggia (with arrowhead) Counteroffensive Liberation & Defense of Kuwait
Anzio (with arrowhead) Counteroffensive, Phase II
Rome-Arno Counteroffensive, Phase III
Southern France (with arrowhead) Tet Counteroffensive
Rhineland Counteroffensive, Phase IV
Ardennes-Alsace Counteroffensive, Phase V
Central Europe Counteroffensive, Phase VI
Tet 69/Counteroffensive
Summer-Fall 1969
Winter-Spring 1970
Sanctuary Counteroffensive
Counteroffensive, Phase VII

Awards & Citations
Type of Award Streamer Emroidered During The Period Of
Meritorious Unit Commendation EUROPEAN THEATER 15 Aug 44 - 30 Apr 45
Meritorious Unit Commendation (1OLC) VIETNAM, 1966-1967 1 Jan 66 - 31 Oct 67
Meritorious Unit Commendation (2OLC) VIETNAM, 1969 1 May 69 - 30 Nov 69
Meritorious Unit Commendation (3OLC) VIETNAM, 1970 (period dates unknown)
RVN Civil Actions Honor Medal, First Class VIETNAM  69-70 1 Oct 69 - 15 Dec 70

Note: If your browser is not JAVA enabled, use the menu at the bottom of this page!

Navigation Menu 

Main Page ] History ] Lineage & Honors ] Unit Crest ] Commanders ]
In Memorium ] Photographs ] WW2 Photographs ]
Poetry & Writings ] Members In Touch ] Links ]

Sign Our Guestbook Guestbook by GuestWorld View Our Guestbook

Note: The "unofficial" 93rd Vietnam Shield, used at the top of this page, was enhanced by Leon Baldwin, a good friend!
Leon also provided the background used on these pages!