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ANNUAL REPORTS, WAR DEPARTMENT
FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1919



REPORT OF THE

SURGEON GENERAL

U. S. ARMY
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR

1919



IN TWO VOLUMES

VOL. II




WASHINGTCW

GON'ERN.MENT PRINTING OFFICE
1919



ANNUAL REPORTS, WAR DEPARTMENT

FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30. 1919



REPORT OF THE

SURGEON GENERAL

U. S. ARMY
TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR



1919



IN TWO VOLUMES

VOL. II




WASHINGTON

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

1919



TABLE OF CONTENTS, VOLUMES 1 AND 2.

(Vol. I=pp. 1-1014, i-cccxxxii. Vol. II=pp. i-xxxvi, 1015-2167.)



A. Letter of transmittal 37

B. Health of the Army 53

I. Army 53

1. Admissions 53

2. Deaths 54

3. Discharges for disability 55

4. Noneffective rate 5g

II. United States 58

1. Admissions 58

2. Deaths 58

3. Discharges for disability 63

4. Noneffective rate 64

III. Europe 67

1. General remarks 67

2. Admissions 67

3. Deaths 68

4. Discharges for disability 68

5. Noneffective rate 71

IV. Other countries 74

1. Admissions 74

a. Philippine Islands, American and native troops. ... 74

b. Hawaiian Islands, American and native troops 75

c. Panama, American troops 76

d. Porto Rican troops in Porto Rico and Panama 76

e. Transports, American troops 79

f. Russia, Siberia, and other countries, American

troops 86

2. Deaths 86

a. Philippine Islands, American and native troops 86

b. Hawaiian Islands, American and native troops 86

c. Panama, American troops 87

d. Porto Ricau troops in Porto Rico and Panama 87

e. Transports, American troops 87

f. Russia, Siberia, and other countries, American

troops 95

3. Daj's lost and noneffective rate 95

a. Philippine Islands, American and native troops 95

b. Hawaiian Islands, American and native troops 96

c . Panama, American troops 96

d. Porto Rican troops in Porto Rico and Panama 97

e. Transports, American troops 97

f. Russia, Siberia, and other countries, American

troops 97

4. Discharges for disability 106

a. Philippine Islands, American and native troops 106

b. Hawaiian Islands, American and native troops 106

c. Panama, American troops 107

d. Porto Rican troops in Porto Rico and Panama 107

e. Transports. American troops 108

f. Russia, Siberia, and other coimtries, American

troops 108

C. Strength of the Army 117

D. Large Camps in United States 119

I. Camp Beauregard 127

II. Camp Bowie 142

III. Camp Cody 156

III



IV TABLE OF CONTENTS.

D. Large Camps in United States — Continued. Page.

IV. Camp Custer 170

V. Camp Devens 184

VI . Camp Dix 198

VII. Camp Dodge 212

VIII. Camp Doniphan 226

IX. Camp Eustis 238

X. Camp Fremont 252

XI. Camp Funston 264

XII. Camp Gordon 278

XIII. Camp Grant 292

XIV. Camp Greene 306

XV. Camp Hancock 327

XVI. Camp Humphreys 340

XVII. Camp Jackson. .' 350

XVIII. Camp Johnston 364

XIX. Camp Kearny 374

XX. Camp Lee 386

XXI. Camp Lewis 400

XXII. Camp Logan 414

XXIII. Camp MacArthur 426

XXIV. Camp McClellan 440

XXV. Camp Meade 452

XXVI. Camp Mills 466

XXVII. Camp Pike 478

XXVIII. Camp Se\'ier 492

XXIX. Camp Shelby 504

XXX. Camp Sheridan 516

XXXI. Camp Sherman 530

XXXII. Camp Syracuse 544

XXXIII. Camp Taylor 551

XXXIV. Camp Trayis 564

CXXV. Camp Upton 578

XXXVI. Camp Wadsworth 592

XXXVII. Camp Wheeler 604

E. Infectious diseases 618

I. General remarks 618

II. Influenza, pneumonia, and respiratory discuses 618

1. Statistical discussion, tables and illustrations 618

2. Extracts from reports, influenza, pneumonia, and respira-

tory diseases 740

a. Camp Funston. division surgeon 740

b. Fort Riley, base hospital 742

c. Camp Bo^vie, division surgeon 742

d . Camp Bo\\'ie, base hospital 743

e. Camp Travis, division surgeon 743

f . Cam}) Travis, base hospital 743

g. Camp Sherman, rlivision surgeon 745

h. Camp Kearny, division surgeon 746

i. Cam]) Kearny, base hospital 746

j . Camp MacArthur, di vision surgeon 747

k. Camp Greene, division surgeon 747

1. Camp Greene, base hospital 748

m. Camp Humphreys, di\'ision surgeon 748

n. Camp Hmnphreys, base hospital 748

o. Camp Grant, division surgeon 749

p. Camp Grant, base hospital 749

q. Camp Eustis, division surgeon 755

r. Camp Eustis, base hospital 755

8. Camp McClellan, diWsion surgeon 755

t. Camp McClellan, base hospital 756

u. Camp WTieeler, division surgeon 756

y. Camp Wheeler, base hospital 756

w. Camp Lee, division surgeon 756

X. Camp Lee, base hospital 758

y . Camp Custer, division surgeon 758

z. Camp Upton, division surgeon 759



TABLE OF CONTENTS. V

Infectious diseases — Continued.

II. Influenza, pneumonia, and respiratory diseases — Continued.

2. Extracts from reports, influenza, pneumonia, and respira-
tory diseases — Continued. Page.

al. Camp Upton, base hospital 759

bl. Camp Meade, di^sion surgeon 760

el. Camp Meade, l^ase hospital 761

dl. Camp Logan, division surgeon 762

el. Camp Logan, base hospital 762

fl. Camp Gordon, di^dsion surgeon 762

gl. Camp Gordon, base hospital 763

hi. Camp Pike, di\'ision surgeon 1 763

il. Camp Pike, base hospital 764

jl. Camp Jackson, di\T.sion surgeon 765

kl. Camp Fremont, division surgeon 765

11. Camp Dix, di\'ision surgeon 765

ml. Camp Beauregard, di\T.sion surgeon 766

nl. Camp Johnston, division siirgeon 766

01. Camp Dodge, division surgeon 767

pi. Camp Hancock, di\dsion surgeon 767

ql. Camp Hancock, base hospital 768

rl. Camp Sheridan, base hospital 769

si. Camp Wadsworth, base hospital 770

tl. Camp Lewis, base hospital 770

ul. Camp Sevier, base hospital 771

vl. Camp Mills, base hospital 772

wl. Fort Sill, base hospital 772

xl. Camp Shelby, base hospital 772

yl. Camp Devens, base hospital 773

zl. Camp Taylor, base hospital 773

a2. Camp Merritt, base hospital 774

b2. General Hospital No. 2 776

c2. General Hospital No. 3 776

d2. General Hospital No. 4 776

e2. General Hospital No. 6 777

f2. General Hospital No. 7 777

g2. General Hospital No. 8 777

h2. General Hospital No. 9 777

i2. GeneralHospitalNo.il 777

j2. General Hospital No. 13 777

k2. General Hospital No. 15 778

12. General Hospital No. 16 778

m2. General Hospital No. 17 778

n2. General Hospital No. 25 779

02. General Hospital No. 27 780

p2. General Hospital No. 29 780

q2. General Hospital No. 26 781

r2. Armv and Navy General Hospital, Hot Springs,

Ark 781

s2. Base hospital. Fort Sam Houston, Tex 781

t2. Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. . 782

u2. Embarkation Hospital, Camp Stuart, Va 782

v2. Embarkation Hospital No. 1 782

w2. Debarkation Hospital No. 1 782

3. Extracts from reports, Pneumonia.

a. Camp Lee, di\ision surgeon 782

b. Pneumonia immunization 787

c. Camp Wheeler, base hospital 783

d. Camp Dodge, division surgeon 784

e. Camp Fremont, division surgeon 784

f . Camp Gordon, base hospital 785

g. Fort Sill, base hospital 785

h. Camp Upton, base hospital 785

i. Camp Hancock, base hospital 786

j. Camp Tra\ds, base hospital 786

k. Camp Custer, division surgeon 786

1. Camp Merritt, base hospital 786



Vni TABLE OF CONTENTS.

F. Special divisions, Surgeon General's Office — Continued.

VI. Hospital Division — Continued. Page.

2. Administration section 1152

a. Function 1152

b. Personnel 1153

c. Railwav tiansportation 1154

d. R6sum"^ 1156

e. Demolnlization of base hospital 1159

f . Demobilization of general hospitals 1159

3. Census section 1161

a. Distribution of overseas sick and wounded 1161

b. Transfer of patients from hospital to hospital 1162

c. Weekly hed report 1162

d. Compilation of daily telegrapliic bed reports 1162

e. ^Maintaining accurate record of patients arri^^.ng from

overseas and en route to various hospitals 1163

4. Statistical section 1168

a. Function 1168

b. Capacity of hospitals 1168

c. Turnover of patients 1168

d. Number of patients 1169

e. Reports 1169

5. Division of physical reconstruction 1171

a. Organization 1171

b . Section of education 1176

c. Section of physio- therapy 1177

d. Section of puiblicity 1178

6. Overseas mobile hospitals 1180

VII. Finance and Supplv Division 1184

VIII. The Veterinarv DiAdsion 1200

1. Personnel 1200

2. Service of the interior 1204

3. Service of the American Expeditionan,' Forces, France 1210

4. Service of the American Expeditionarj' Forces, Siberia 1213

5. Instruction and training 1213

6. Supplies 1216

7. Hospital construction 1216

8. Sanitation 1217

9. Communicable diseases 1220

10. Animal morbidity and mortality 1232

11. Incidence of special diseases at the larger camps 1239

12. Number of diseases reported 1248

IX. Army Medical School 1251

i. Orthopedic section 1251

2. Pathology section 1253

3. X-ray and photography 1254

4. Physical examinations 1255

5. ^Mimeographing 1255

6. Report on Wassermann tests 1256

7. Property department 1256

8. Civilian personnel 1256

9. Remarks and recommendation 1257

X. Library Surgeon General's Office 1257

XI. Providence Hospital 1258

XII. Port of embarkation, Hoboken, N. J 1258

XIII. Health and sanitary conditions of departments 1274

G . American Expeditionarj' Forces 1290

I. Chief surgeon's office and special activities 1290

1. Personnel division Medical Corps 1290

a. Organization 1290

b. Priority 1291

c. Promotions 1293

d. Difficulties 1297

2. Nursing department 1297



TABLE OF COISTTENTS. IX

American Expeditionary Forces — Continued.

I. Chief surgeon's office and special activities — Continued. Page.

3. Dental ser\'ice 1300

a. Organization 1300

b. Personnel 1301

c. Equipment and supplies 1302

d. Character of dental services rendered 1305

6. Summary of dental work 1305

f. Schools 1307

g. Army dental boards 1308

h. Casualties , 1308

4. Sanitation 1309

5. Division of laboratories and infectious diseases 1314

a. Section of laboratories, June-November, 1917 1314

a^. General plan of organization and develop-
ment 1314

b'. Personnel 131 5

c'. Equipment and supplies 1315

d'. The technical laboratory services 1315

b. Section of laboratories, November, 1917-November.

1918 1315

a^. General plan of organization and develop-
ment 1316

b^. Central medical department laboratory- 1317

(/. Base laboratories (sections of the Services of

Supply) 1319

d^. Base laboratories for hospital centers and
hospital laboratories for hospital units serv-
ing in centers 1320

e'. Base hospital laboratories for base hospitals

operating independently 1321

i\ Camp hospital laboratories 1321

g^. Evacuation hospital laboratories 1321

h^. ^Mobile hospital laboratories 1321

i\ Army laboratories 1322

i^. Divisional laboratories 1323

a^^. Organization 1323

h''. Personnel 1324

<y^. Equipment and supplies 1325

d^\ Technical laboratorj' service 1326

k'. Pathologic service 1327

a.-". Clinical patholog}- 1327

b'^. Anatomic pathology 1327

V. Bacteriologic service 1327

m'. Serologic service 1328

n^. Chemical service 1328

o'. Research service 1328

p'. ^fuseum and air service 1328

q^. Rat investigation 1329

c. Section of infectious diseases 1329

d. Food and nutrition section 1331

e. Water supplv section 1334

f . Summarj-. . .' 1335

fi. Hospitalization 1336

a. Location 1338

b. Buildings:

a ''. Existing French hospitals 1338

b ^ Suitable building by lease 1339

c '. Construction 1339

c. Hospital centers: 1340

a ''. French buildings 1341

b \ Constructed barrack hospitals 1341

d. Bed capacity 1341

e. Infirmaries 1341

f . Administration 1342

g. Miscellaneous 1342

7. Sick and wounded record division 1343



X TABLE OF CONTENTS.

G. American Expeditionary Forces — Continued.

I. Chief surgeon's office and special activities— Continued. Page.

8. Medical and hospital supplies 1346

a. Supply depots 1347

b. Purchases in Europe 1347

c. Personnel 1348

9. Finance and accounting division 1348

a. Purpose 1348

b. Preparatory work 1348

c. Personnel 1349

d. Outline and scope of organization 1349

e. Results accomplished 1351

f. General resume 1353

g. Disposal of records 1354

10. Disbursing officer and technical representatives, Medical

Department, United States Army, American Expe-
ditionary Forces, London 1355

a. Early history of medical purchases in England 1355

b. Organization of office 1356

r. Methods of purchase of medical supplies 1356

d. General classes of supplies purchased 1357

e. Approximate money value of purchases 1357

11. Medical Department transportation 1358

a. Trains 1358

b. Barges 1360

0. Ambulances 1360

12. Veterinary Corps, American Expeditionary Forces 1362

13. Special developments, American Expeditionary Forces. . . . 1367

a. Professional services 1367

b. Mobile hospitals 1369

c. Hospital centers 1370

14. Professional ser\dces 1370

a. Activitiesof the senior consultant for tuberculosis.. . 1370

b. Acti\'ities of cardio- vascular section 1373

c. Acti\'ities of neuro-psychiatric ser^^.ce 1379

a'. Organization 1379

b'. Clinical summary 1380

a''. Psychoses (war psychoses) 1381

b''. Psychoneuroses 1382

c" . Epilepsy (the amnesias) 1383

^" . Constitutional psychopathic states. 1384

0." . Mental deficiency 1384

i" . Organic nervous diseases 1385

d. Medical research laboratories, Air serAdlce, Ameri-

can Expeditionary Forces 1387

1 5. Medical director of T'hemical Warfare Ser\dce 1394

a. Organization 1394

b. Duties of di^'ision gas officers 1397

c. Portable tunnels for neutralizing of mustard gas cases 1398

d. Motorized degassing stations 1399

e. ^ledical gas warfare board 1399

I (i. IJathing and delousing 1399

a. Organization 1399

b. Personnel 1400

c. Organization of bathing and delousing di\'isions 1401

d. Different styles of disinfestors 1403

a ' . Serbian barrels 1404

b ' . Canadian hot-air disinfestors 1404

c '. Portable hot-aii- disinfestors 1404

e. Bathing apparatus 1404

f . Portable bathing and delousing units in the billeting

areas 1405

g. The Camp Ancona delousing plant 1406

h. Bathing of troops at base ports 1406

i. Description of bathing and delousing plants 1407

j . Hot-air disinfecting chambers 1407

k. Gasoline heating for disinfecting chambers 1408

1 . Plan of operation 1408



TABLE OF CONTENTS. XI

G. American Expeditionary Forces — Continued.

I. Chief surgeon's office and special activities — Continued.

16. Bathing and delousing — Continued. Page.

m. Bathroom 1409

n. ^Medical examination room 1409

II. United States Army Ambulance Service with the French Army. . 1409

1. The Sanitary Service of the U. S. sections 1409

2. The efficiency of training 1410

.3. Field ser\-ice and Red Cross organizations 1411

4. Type of serAdce 1412

5. French evacuation and American , 1412

6. Di\dsion litter bearers 1413

7. The G. B. D.i in action 1413

8. British Army evacuation 1414

9. The United States Army Ambulance Ser\-ice in the battle of

the Argonne 1414

10. Recommendations for the Ambulance Ser^'ice of the Ameri-

can Expeditionary Forces 1419

11. Demobilization 1423

III. General medical inspection in the American Expeditionary Forces. 1425

IV. The sanitation of a field army 1426

1. Organization 1426

2. Outline of plan for area sanitation 1428

a. Sanitary sections 1428

b. Sanitary squads 1429

c. Relations of the Army sanitary office to the sanitary

inspectors of dixisions 1430

d. Laboratory and epidemiological ser\dce 1433

e. Problem of replacement di^isions 1435

V. Casualties, medical officers, American Expeditionary Forces 1435

VI. Circular, Chief Surgeon's Office 1439

1. Memorandum to commanding officer, Ser\'ice of Supply,

May 29 1919 1439

VII. Activities of the General Staff 1442

1. General Staff superAOsion, Medical Department 1443

2. Hospitalization 1448

a. Constructive program 1450

b. Evolution of plans, etc 1454

c. Development of hospital centers 1455

d. American Red Cross military hospitals 1457

6. Field hospitals 1464

f . Mobile hospitals 1465

g. Evacuation hospitals 1465

h. Concentration areas 1467

i. Convalescent depots 1468

j. General review of mobile hospitalization and evacua-
tion 1469

3. Medical re\dew, second battle of the Marne 1473

4. Medical review, Champagne defensive 1475

5. Medical review, St. Mihiel-Argonne-Meuse offensives and

others 1476

a. Medical review for American division with French

north of Chaisons-sur-Marne, October, 1918 1477

b. Medical review. Second Corps 1477

c. Medical review, Belgian front 1478

d. Medical review, Italian front 1478

e. Medical review, Russia 1479

6. Miscellaneous topics 1479

a. Medical representations at regulation stations 1479

b. Hospital trains 1480

c. Evacuation of battle casualties from front line 1481

2/ . Fixed or trench warfare 1481

b^. Open or mobile warfare 1482

d. United States Army ambulance service 1484

1 Grouping of the litter bearers of the division.



XII TABLE OF CONTENTS.

G. American Expeditionary Forces — Continued.

VII. Activities of the General Staff — Continued.

6. Miscellaneous topics — Continued. FAge.

e. Liai'^on of the American Expeditionarj^ Force med-

ical service with that of the Allies 1486

f . Profes-sional services 1487

g. Relations with the French 1488

7. Automatic supply 1490

a. Buildins; a supply reserve 1490

b. Purchase of supplies in Europe 1491

c. Tonnage allotments 1492

d. Distribution 1493

e. Establishment of medical supply depots 1493

f . Establishment of medical dumps 1494

g. System of medical supply replenishments 1495

ii. "Controlled stores " policy 1497

i. Equalization of stock 1497

j . Shortage of ambulances 1497

k. Fooling system 1498

1. Demobilization plans 1498

m. Light railways 1499

n. Summary 1500

0. Suggestions 1501

VIII. Medical activities of American Expeditionary Force in zone of

the armies 1508

1. Chief Surgeon's reports of armies 1508

a. First Army 1508

b . Second Army 1525

2. Division Surgeons' reports 1547

a. Third Division 1547

b. Fifth Divi^on 1564

c. Sixth Di\-i=>ion 1566

d. Seventh Division 1569

e. Twentv-sixth Division '. 1576

f . Twenty-ninth Divi^on 1589

g. Thirtv-second Divi^on 1592

ii. Thirty-third Division 1597

i. Thirtv-fifth Division 1602

j. Thirtv-sixth Di\n^ion 1613

k. Thirtv-ninth Division 1630

1. Forty-first Di\-i4on 1630

m. Seventy-seventh Di\-ision 1635

n. Seventv-ninth Division 1645

0. Eightieth Di\-ision .' 1650

p. Eighty-first Division 1655

q . Eighty-second Division 1657

r. Eighty-eighth Division 1660

s. Ninetieth Division 1665

t. Xinety-first Division . 1666

3. Chief surgeons of advance section, services of supply 1674

IX. Hospital reports ^ 1677

1. Evacuation hospitals _. 1677

a. Evacuation Hospital No. 1 1677

b. Evacuation Hospital No. 3 1678

c. Evacuation Hospital No. 4 1691

d. Evacuation Hospital No. 6 1694

e. Evacuation Hospital No. 8 1699

f. Evacuation Hospital No. 9 1703

g. Evacuation Hospital No. 10 1706

ii. Evacuation Hospital No. 11 1708

i. Evacuation Hospital No. 12 1713

j. Evacuation Hospital No. 13 1719

k. Evacuation Hospital No. 14 1719

1. Evacuation Hospital No. 15 1720

m. Evacuation Hospital No. 16 1721

n. Evacuation Hospital No. 18 1722

o. Evacuation Hospital No. 20 1724



TABLE OF CONTENTS. Xni

O. American Expeditionary Forces — Continued.
IX. Hospital reports — Continued.

1. Evacuational hospitals — Continued. Page.

p. Evacuation Hospital No. 21 1724

q. Evacuation Hospital No. 22 1726

r. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 23 1727

8. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 24 1728

t. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 25 1730

u. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 26 1730

v. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 27 1731

w. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 29 1732

X. Evacuation Hosi^ital Xo. 30 } 1733

y . Evacuation Hospital Xo. 33 1734

z. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 35 1735

al. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 36 1738

bl. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 37 1739

cl. Evacuation Hospital Xo. 49 1740

2. Hospital trains 1742

a. Train No. 53 1742

b. Train No. 54 1743

c. Train Xo. 58 1744

d. Train No. 59 1745

e. Train No. 60 1745

f. Train No. 61 1746

g. Train No. 62 1747

h. Train No. 63 1748

i. Train No. 66 1750

;. Train No. 70 1751

3. Medical Department, United States Army, district of Paris. 1751

4. Hospital centers 1755

a. Hospital center, Yittell 1755

b. Hospital center, Bzaoilles-sur-Meuse 1801

c. Hospital center, Langres 1805

d. Hospital center, Allerey , Saone et Loire 1808

e. Justice hospital group 1836

f. Mesves hospital center 1838

g. Hospital center, Limoges 1847

h. Mars hospital center 1849

i. Hospital center, Perigueux 1850

j. Hospital center, Pau Basses-Py ranees 1851

k. Hospital center, Nantes 1851

1. Hospital center, Riviera 1853

m. Hospital center, Beaxi Desert 1855

n. Hospital center Rimaucourt 1859

0. Hospital center, Vichy 1863

q . Concentration area. Join ville 1870

r. Gas hospital, justice hospital group 1872

5. Base hospitals 1876

a Provisional Rase Hospital No. 1 1876

b. Base Hospital No. 3 1876

c. Base Hospital No. 5 1878

d. Base Hospital No. 6 1880

p.. Base Hospital No. 7 1883

f. Base Hospital No. 8 1883

g. ProN-isional Base Hospital No. 8 1884

h. Base Hospital No. 9 1886

i. BaseHospitalNo.il 1887

j. Base Hospital No. 13 1890

k. Base Hospital No. 20 1890

1. Base Hospital No. 22 1892

m. Ba&e Hospital No. 24 1894

n. Base Hospital No. 28 1895

0. Base Hospital No. 29 1896

p. Base Hospital No. 30 1896

q. Base Hospital No. 31 1901

r. Base Hospital No. 33 1911

e. Base Hospital No. 34 1914

t. Base Hospital No. 35 1920



i

XIV TA^LE OF CONTENTS.

G. American Expeditionary Forces — Continued.
IX. Hospital reports — Continued.

5. Base hospitals — Continued. Page.

u. Base Hospital No. 37 1924

V. Base Hospital No. 38 1926

w. Base Ho.spital No. 40 1936

X. Base Hospital No. 41 1937

y. Base Hospital No. 42 1942

z. Base Hospital No. 43 1943

al. Base Hospital No. 44 1946

bl. Base Hospital No. 46 1948

cl. Base Hospital No. 47 1953

dl. Base Hospital No. 48 1955

el. Base Hospital No. 50 1956

fl. Base Hospital No. 51 1957

gl. Base Hospital No. 52 1960

hi. Base Hospital No. 53 1961

11. Base Hospital No. 54 1964

jl. Base Hospital No. 55 1966

kl. Base Hospital No. 58 1967

11. Base Hospital No. 59 1968

ml. Base Hospital No. 60 1970

nl. Base Hospital No. 61 1972

01. Base Hospital No. 62 1974

pi. Base Hospital No. 63 1975

ql. Base Hospital No. 64 1976

rl. Base Hospital No. 65 1979

si. Base Hospital No. 67 1981

tl. Base Hospital No. 68 1982

ul. Base Hospital No. 69 1983

vl. Base Hospital No. 71 1984

wl . Base Hospital No. 77 1985

xl. Base Hospital No. 78 1986

vl. Base Hospital No. 80 1987

zl. Base Hospital No. 81 1989

a2. Base Hospital No. 82 1990

b2. Base Hospital No. 83 1991

c2. Base Hospital No. 84 1992

d2. Base Hospital No. 86 1993

e2. Base Hospital No, 87 1994

f2. Base Hospital No. 88 1996

g2. Base Hospital No. 90 1997

h2. Base Hospital No. 91 1998

12. Base Hospital No. 92 1999

j2. Base Hospital No. 94 1999

k2. Base Hospital No. 95 2001

12. Base Hospital No. 96 2001

m2. Base Hospital No. 98 2002

n2. Biise Hospital No. 100 2003

02. Base Hospital No. 101 2004

p2. Base Hospital No. 104 2005

q2. Base Hospital No. 105 2006

r2. Base Hospital No. 106 2007

s2. Base Hospital No 107 2009

t2. Base Hospital No. 108 2010

u2. Base Hospital No. 110 2012

v2. Base Hospital No. Ill 2012

w2. Base Hospital No. 113 2012

x2. Base Hospital No. 114 2013

y2. Bate Hospital No. 116 2013

z2. Base Hospital No. 118 2014

a3. Base Hospital No. 119 2015

b3. Base Hospital No. 120 2015

c3. Base Hospital No. 1 21 2016

d3. Base Hospital No. 123 2016

e3. Base Hospital No. 131 2017

f3. Base Hospital No. 136 2019



TABLE OF CONTENTS. XV

G. American Expeditionary Forces— Continued.
IX. Hospital reports — Continued.

5. Base hospitals — Continued. P^g^-

<r^. Base Hospital No. 204 2020

h3. Base Hospital No. 208 2021

i3. Base Hospital No. 210 2022

i3. Base Hospital No. 218 2022

kS. Base Hospital No. 236 2023

13. Base Hospital No. 238 2023

6. American Red Cross Military Hospitals 2024

a. Hospital No. 1 ^ 2024

b. Hospital No. 2 2025

c. Hospital No. 4 2029

d. Hospital No. 5 2029

e. Hospital No. 6 2031

f . Hospital No. 9 2031

g. Hospital No. 21 2032

h. American Red Cross Hospital, Padova, Italy 2032

7. Base sections 2033



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