Recent Updates

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In this section of the site you can find the most recent updates that have been made to the website. Please click on any of the links to visit the pages.

Recent Updates
7th November 2013 With the kind assistance of Elizabeth Solot Dick, daughter of Captain Ruth L. Kinzeler (ASN:N-741075), the MRC staff have now been able to finalize the editing of Ruth L. Kinzeler's Testimony. Ruth served with the 4th General Hospital during WW2, and her Testimony can be found in the "Testimonies" menu of the main website navigation. Veteran's Testimony - Capt. Ruth L. Kinzeler
2nd November 2013 With the precious assistance of the late Lynn McNulty, we have now been able to complete the editing of another Unit History. This one pertains to the 112th General Hospital. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 112th General Hospital Unit History
18th October 2013 Following discovery and receipt of additional data and illustrations the past months, we have been able to update quite a few of the current MRC Unit Histories. We kindly invite you to browse through our webpages at your convenience. Thank you to our new contributors, the MRC staff. The following pages have been updated:

- 182d General Hospital Unit History
- 47th Armored Medical Battalion Unit History
- 74th General Hospital Unit History
Unit Histories
27th September 2013 The MRC staff have now been able to edit the Unit History of the 306th Station Hospital for use on our website. The new texts are based on original documents and vintage reports that were received from the late Lynn McNulty. The new article can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 306th Station Hospital Unit History
21st September 2013 With the precious assistance of Robert Brandfass, son of Tec 3 Charles R. Brandfass (ASN:15324088), the MRC staff have now been able to finalize the editing of another Unit History. This one looks at the 30th Field Hospital, Second Hospitalization Unit (Platoon) and its service overseas during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 30th Field Hospital Unit History
14th September 2013 We are pleased to announce the addition of another Unit History to our website. This one focuses on the service of the 130th Evacuation Hospital (Semimobile) during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 130th Evacuation Hospital Unit History
7th September 2013 We have now been able to complete the editing of the 170th General Hospital Unit History. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 170th General Hospital Unit History
1st September 2013 With the precious assistance of Robert D. Wall, we have now been able to complete the editing of another Unit History. This one looks at the service of the 182d General Hospital during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 182d General Hospital Unit History
6th August 2013 With the precious assistance of various contributors, we have now been able to finalize the editing of the Unit History relating to the 28th General Hospital. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 28th General Hospital Unit History
29th July 2013 We have now been able to finalize another Unit History. This one looks at the service of the 79th Field Hospital during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 79th Field Hospital Unit History
26th July 2013 With the precious assistance of Ed J. Brown, and documents prepared by Captain Harry H. Miller, Jr., the MRC staff have now been able to finalize the editing of another Unit History. This one relates to the service of the 807th Hospital Center during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 807th Hospital Center Unit History
6th July 2013 Following more research and receipt of additional documents and photographs from various sources, we have now been able to update the individual Testimonies relating to the USAHS "Acadia" and the USS "Hope" Hospital Ships. Please consult the respective documents in the "Testimonies" menu of our website navigation. TIMELINE USS "Hope" AH-7
28th May 2013 We have now been able to finalize the editing of another Unit History for our website. This one focuses on the service of the 2d General Hospital during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 2d General Hospital Unit History
26th May 2013 The MRC staff are pleased to announce the addition of another Unit History to our collection. This one looks at the service of the 220th General Hospital during WW2. The new texts can be accessed through the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 220th General Hospital
23rd May 2013 We have now been able to complete the editing of another Unit History. This one looks at the service of the 300th General Hospital (392d Station Hospital) during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 300th General Hospital Unit History
26th April 2013 With the precious assistance of Brian Lampert, son of Corporal Hyman Lampert, who served with the Second Hospitalization Unit, 42d Field Hospital, in the European Theater of Operations, the MRC authors have now been able to finalize the editing of a concise Unit History looking at the service of the 2d Hosp Unit, 42d Fld Hosp during WW2. The new texts can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 2d Hospitalization Unit (Platoon), 42d Field Hospital Unit History
14th April 2013 We have now been able to digitize and upload a PDF of the 1945 publication "You're STAGING FOR THE STATES". It can be found in the Documents section of our Downloads area. "You're STAGING FOR THE STATES" PDF Booklet
6th April 2013 With the precious assistance of Elaine A. Putvin, daughter of Captain David B. Johnson (ASN:O-352059), we have now been able to finalise the editing of another Unit History. This one looks at the service of the 635th Medical Clearing Company during WW2, and can be found in the "Unit Histories" menu of the main website navigation. 635th Medical Clearing Company Unit History
6th April 2013 The authors have now been able to finalize the editing of a new Unit History, looking at the service of the 250th Station Hospital during WW2. We are grateful for the precious assistance of Donald L. Boatright (son-in-law of 1st Lieutenant Margaret M. Eggert, ANC, N-731929), who kindly provided numerous illustrations to accompany the new texts. 250th Station Hospital Unit History
1st April 2013 Following discovery of additional data the past few months, we have been able to update quite a few of the current MRC Articles, Unit Histories, and individual Testimonies. We kindly invite you to browse through our webpages at your convenience. Thank you, the MRC staff. Numerous

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