67th Medical Group (United States)

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67th Medical Group
Active 1942-08-20 --1945-11-20
1954-10-20 --1972-01-20
1993-10-01--Present
Country United States
Allegiance Regular Army
Branch U.S. Army
Type Medical Group
Engagements World War II
Vietnam War
Battle honours Meritorious Unit Commendation (Army) {Vietnam War}

The 67th Medical Group was constituted 1942-07-13 in the Army of the United States as the 67th Medical Regiment.

Lineage[edit]

  • Constituted 1942-07-13 in the Army of the United States as the 67th Medical Regiment
  • Activated 1942-08-20 at Camp Barkeley, Texas.
  • Regiment reorganized from an Organic Regiment to a Separate Group on 1943-09-15 with elements reorganized and redesignated as follows:
  1. Headquarters, Headquarters and Service Company as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 67th Medical Group.
  2. Company A as the 443rd Collecting Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  3. Company B, as the 444th Collecting Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  4. Company C as the 445th Collecting Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  5. Company E, as the 446th Collecting Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  6. Company F as the 447th Collecting Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  7. Company G as the 448th Collecting Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  8. Company D as the 615th Clearing Company - hereafter separate lineage.
  9. Company H as the 616th Clearing Company - hereafter separate lineage.

Honors[edit]

Campaign participation credit[edit]

  1. Normandy;
  2. Northern France;
  3. Rhineland;
  4. Ardennes-Alsace;
  5. Central Europe
  1. Counteroffensive, Phase III;
  2. Tet Counteroffensive;
  3. Counteroffensive, Phase IV;
  4. Counteroffensive, Phase V;
  5. Counteroffensive, Phase VI;
  6. Tet 69/Counteroffensive;
  7. Summer-Fall 1969;
  8. Winter-Spring 1970;
  9. Sanctuary Counteroffensive;
  10. Counteroffensive, Phase VII;
  11. Consolidation I;
  12. Consolidation II

Decorations[edit]

  1. VIETNAM 1968-1969
  2. VIETNAM 1969-1970