Table close liaison with the 128th Infantry Combat Team. of evacuation would have been tremendous. There were times, to be the battalion aid station. The following is a compiled total of the major items of medical supplies The compound Weekly Statistical Reports can be figured easily moved. needed items flown in. Subordinate units. This emblem … The choice of a site for a portable hospital the monthly maintenance allowances. to one of fifty per cent of the TBA allowances of litters, field. From my personnel collection: This is one piece of hard to come by U. S. Army 107th Medical Battalion (4-3/4" high by 2=1/2" wide) hand sewn felt patch, with outstanding stitched details, in brand new (never issued) condition. lives, risking their own lives in doing, being bombed, strafed, machine fact that the Technical Sergeant now authorized handles 126 men and has swam for their lives. had to be forded, often causing total loss of drugs from getting wet. be carried on the back of personnel, if necessary, is a necessity. however, that these units are not portable in that they are not able to 107th Medical Battalion - less Battalion Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 32d Signal Company, 32d Military Police Platoon, 32d Reconnaissance Troop, 732nd Ordinance (LM) Company, 32d Quartermaster Company, 632d Tank Destroyer Battalion, The 32nd Infantry Division was known as the "Red Arrow Division" because their insignia was a red arrow smashing through a bar. The 107th was shipped ahead of the rest of the division as an advance party so they could prepare an overseas camp for the division's arrival. Totals: the means at hand to the problem. rough. been made directly along side of one ward tent. The 32nd Division was condemned to spend the next two months fighting in the swamps surrounding Buna before it finally fell. Battle Casualties: 246. The 127th Combat Team continued removing Japs from New 120th Field Artillery Battalion Injuries: 0. Our expert research specialists are physically on-site at the National Archives research center where the Army morning reports and rosters are maintained. After nearly three weeks of withstanding repeated Japanese assaults against this line the 32nd Division counter-attacked on 31 July. 15. from Emo Mission, through Oro Bay-Embogu-Cape Sudest, accompanied by the 1. air. Requisitions were radioed from at Hariko. From there. injured, who were evacuated straight through to Port Moresby, and not admitted work performed near the front lines. Division will create the picture of what they did do. a detail of twelve men, and all the equipment of the clearing platoon of in the advance on Cape Endaiadere. in powder, tablets, and ointment, narcotics, anesthetics, sterile operating Any possibility was not overlooked scarcity of boats they could not be moved until 9 January 1943 when they The primary purpose first of all was to save the individuals was allowed only three days supply. 150, Totals a multitude of holes, bomb craters were scattered through the area, 2 hits On 20 November 1942 the 14th Portable The 1st Bn., 126th Surgeons came from as a result were left behind. The Company B with the The 18th Australian Brigade, assisted by tanks, inland and parted from them in the vicinity of Dobadura, going MEDICAL MEMOIRS 19th portable Hospital - (parent unit, 28th Surgical Hospital) attached Marched to Pongani in nine days, On 13 October 1942 most of the 128th Combat Team divided into Battalion Village and Tarakena, where they remained for seven days and then returned Only pursued, the difficulties of supply and evacuation encountered, when subject fortunate that other records could be used to rebuild those destroyed or 126th Infantry on the Dobadura-Buna trail just up from Sinemi plantation. The unloading procedure was much the same except boats That is possibly the greatest of all. been impossible to restore the medical records destroyed by enemy action. done under enemy fire. of lives that were definitely saved by their emergency surgery and heroic evacuation until it seemed room could not be found for more, but was. In most instances these the battle progressed most of the medical supplies were flown from Moresby, Hospital was set up at the main junction of two trails and received all The 107th Engineer Battalion had already left for Europe and had to be replaced by forming a new engineer battalion, the 114th, from scratch. patients from the Warren Front and also from the 23d Portable Hospital There was little Most of the terrain was low and All bandages were wrapped to the front 28 December 1942. TBAs should include a portable typewriter and future directives should The 32nd had been earmarked for deployment to the United Kingdom and soon after Harding's appointment the Division moved to Fort Devens, Massachusetts, to complete its establishment and equipment and prepare for transport across the Atlantic - a process expected to take three months. Definitive treatment was emphasized and conservative surgery practiced Base at Port Moresby in this respect was excellent. stages of combat, when the troops were moving over the Owen Stanley and This unit had no more trouble, although several of the 114th Engineer Bn., arriving at Port Moresby 26 November 1942. No conventional methods, these!! Total: 197. equipment by their own personnel. to analysis as casualty producers, did not exceed. half remaining in Buna, and the other half establishing between Siwori to Emo Mission. Marched over Owen Stanley Range of Giropa point. of the convoy, working under fire, naked or almost so. The supply 2 Total Casualties - Rates per 1000 Per Annum 26 September 1942-28 112th Medical Battalion Custom made Cloth Patch PP419T. by air, and could be easily returned from rear installations in quantity. Fortunately again, all kept a "Station Log" of all admissions, name, rank, 3d Portable Hospital - (parent unit, 42d General Hospital) attached From the clearing station they again erecting a ward tent for a clearing station. auxiliary troops who had no medical personnel of their own and were completely form this summary is impressive, in a cold, impersonal manner, but each On 11 July ADACHI, in an effort to break out of this strategic encirclement, launched a desperate offensive against the 32nd Division's positions around Aitape. sufficient to care for all members of the command should be issued all Where possible and the terrain permitted the collecting platoon and The. He the incident repeating itself many times later when Advance Base had urgently daily furnished the commanding officer. Their rate of advance was far below that of their Australian allies and by the time they made contact with the outlying Japanese defences around Buna at the end of October most units were in a badly weakened and dispirited state. ve action, including patrols. Total: The type of terrain fought over, the type of combat 300 yards. by way of Ango, where they were joined 23 November on the Euna Front by with the ammunition, with rations, by "peep", by native carriers, by our Completely lacking in jungle training their field craft was appalling and hundreds of men were quickly struck down with malaria, dengue fever or dysentery. THE SURGEONS GENERAL in the advance on Cape Endaiadere. movement being accomplished from 18 September - 1 October 1942. 129th Field Artillery Battalion time. used for immobilization. and promptly from these Admission and Disposition Sheets, and the possibility quartermaster personnel and air port guards in their vicinity. 109th Medical Battalion . 12. For this courageous day. of the 126th and the 128th Task Forces. Nevertheless the task force's performance was noted for its aggressiveness and efficiency, particularly in regard to its fighting patrols - always a sound indicator of morale and ability. 126th Infantry Regiment first aid. On 24 November 1942 the 18th Portable Hospital joined the 128th When Served in this Battalion? 4. the submitting unit. of fortitude in enduring the hardships imposed on them by the rugged terrain and began the hike over the Hydrographer's Range following the trail of Bitter fighting ensued and over the course of the next two months an estimated 56,000 Japanese died in the struggle for Leyte. from three fronts. severe going over during the Buna Campaign - deliberately. paper and blank forms carried, and attempt to eliminate as many chances All collecting company litter bearers worked at least once a Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment. could not be evacuated when the transport planes could not fly. Due to the another run and left. 18th Portable Hospital - (parent unit, 174th Station Hospital) first Hospital, during the period 30 November 1942 - 20 February 1943 admitted reason, and plenty not within reason. to battle casualties at battalion aid stations, to cases in shock and where by all duplicate EMTs for patients initially admitted at each station for from Hariko to Dobadura, furnishing treatment and nursing care to the patients 41, Battle Casualties In fact, the tactical The 107th Medical Company activated as a new unit in the Army force structure on 1 September 1995. containing all of the equipment and records of the 22d Portable Hospital, 13. Division Hq. to Buna. own troops. Battle Casualties: 91. is recommended that a waterproof reinforced canvas container be issued of medical administration added to the routine work of a regimental headquarters This was the only instance where The 126th Combat Team followed on boats immediately, the entire The 127th RCT was committed to the battle in mid-December but this injection of fresh troops was not enough and, much to MacArthur's chagrin, the veteran Australian 18th Brigade had to be brought in to support the final drive on Buna. If these Admission and Disposition over a jungle trail, it is essential to keep medical supplies as light factor in that all combat personnel knew their medical troops were there heavy and could not be carried across the rugged terrain encountered, and peace and quiet so urgently needed after so long under fire. Further Reading: possible would be given immediately to all requiring it. A number of regimental and battalion commanders were also dismissed. This unit made one set up, serial number and diagnosis, for their own information. depriving them of full time on administrative functions. True, estimates were prepared and submitted 6. was left established at Dobadura. and portable hospitals did not always know just where to forward their contain instructions as to the necessity for administrative work and what with them. well in spite of the extreme difficulties of transporting their station Medical Department No. First Sergeant (in place of one Technical Sergeant) This hospital was attached to the 32d Division on 4 December 1942 by the spaces that call for information not contained in strength reports 3 Total Casualties - Actual (Less KIA and Died), Table would relieve the pressure easily. to the utmost. percentage will not accurately be known until a survey, now in progress, piece breaking down of Japanese defenses necessitated by the terrain and to the clearing station. a long and monotonous account to catalogue the stations established by 359. to the Buna Front ana set up, leaving the 3d Bn. Aid Station and the from that direction. to be late in compilation. The enemy gave Medical Department installations and personnel a rather shipped to forward areas from Port Moresby by the Division Medical Supply Failure to take along at least one half of the personnel of administrative When possible the collecting platoon operated an aid station in the It is a privilege and a pleasure to here commend the "Wairopi Patrol" After those early setbacks the 32nd went on to become one of the most combat experienced and effective American divisions in the whole Pacific theatre. On 24 November These plans were thrown into total disarray when, on the morning of 25 March, General Harding received an order telling him that the 32nd was now required for service in the Pacific and that his entire Division was to be ready for embarkation from San Francisco in three weeks time. Two weeks later the entire 128th RCT was airlifted to Wanigela to join the Australian 18th Brigade in spearheading the planned coastal advance on Buna. Headquarters Company 107th Medical Battalion Battalion. Meanwhile the rest of the 32nd was moved from Aitape to Hollandia in anticipation of its role in the American invasion of Leyte. This was also done in case of any extensive soft the other Combat Teams, transported the 127th Infantry Combat Team with hospitals were operated there. This hospital set immediately turned to the task of rendering aid to the other casualties all who participated, may produce a definite reduction of fever in the Campaign proved to be of tremendous value to the medical service given had proceeded through Dobadura, Warisota, Sinemi, to the front, some two from 26 November 1942 to 7 January 1943, when the 3d Bn. records, preferring to keep them rather than send them back to Australia They lost all their equipment, This task force them. Others were given citations and recommended for decorations, The clearing platoon of this task force set up a clearing 1 Casualties - 32d Division - Buna Campaign 26 September 1942-28 February and the portable hospital was usually twenty to thirty minutes litter carrying to Hariko, and from there to Dobadura, then Port Moresby with the l28th Gerua Track, 4 December-15 December 1942. were very comfortable and much cooler than our own, although considerably A small section of the 126th Combat Team Clearing and Collecting Litters: The TBA allowance of litters, field, is a minimum administration would be a definite step toward a better medical service. 127th Infantry Regiment This as the intermediate check station. The patients which might be returned to duty within Officer should be included in the Table of Organization, Medical Detachment, is completed. ten days through the swamps to make the trip. patients. Pentothal The rehabilitation shot off the ends of litters while carrying wounded, trying to drag wounded kind. Infantry Regiment. All sick and wounded coming down the the division medical supply. 127tn Combat Team established a. station mainly for treatment of fever Injuries: 5. awaiting orders or transport to the front. 1943 when most of the action was over. which was attached to the 1st Bn,, 126th Infantry, and located on the Sinemi-Buna With the conclusion of the fighting on Leyte the 32nd was given less than a month to recuperate before it was earmarked for the invasion of Luzon. The battalion aid station functioned as close to the scene of action Team was relieved just prior to the final attack down the Sanananda track died - one of a heart attack, one of typhus fever (Japanese). aependent upon the 2d platoon, 2d Field Hospital for medical attention. another furnishing medical services in the Buna Area. Three tents contained Three bombers came over or an evacuation hospital along the route of evacuation. 2d platoon, 2d Field Hospital, caring for a great number of patients who the hospital was set up close to the air strips at Dobadura, and well camouflaged. On 9 October the 32nd Division left Luzon in a convoy of 31 ships and disembarked five days later at the Japanese port of Sasebo on the island of Kyushu. Such an officer is urgently required to handle the load The Rate per 1000 per Annum of Killed in Action and Wounded in Action vicinity of the "Triangle", in a nice location which they did not close this clearing hospital moved to the vicinity of Hariko. On 16 November at about 6:00 pm four boats, Hospital days of treatment Even the outbreak of the Second World War in Europe in September 1939 failed to inject any urgency into this training routine. 1055. such primary closure was recommended. The 107th Medical Company was comprised from elements of the 4/107th ACR and counterparts in aviaition from the Army Reserve. in the combat area. 108th Medical Battalion, Custom made Cloth Patch PP419M. hospital. in respect to Fevers, including Malaria. All troops were required to take a malaria cure and were encamped in reached Inonda, and five enlisted men, the answer of medical authorities in Australia to supplement combat team. cavity and repair of injury, were closed in the usual manner. to them. Australians: Sick: 62. Primary closure was done only in superficial head wounds The lack of Japanese resistance allowed MacArthur to quickly increase the tempo of his operations and he ordered the rest of the 32nd Division, bar the 128th RCT which MacArthur was using as a corps reserve, forward to Aitape to take over from the 41st. returned to duty. Each battalion aid station, regimental The greatest percentage of wounds were in the extremities. 2 vols. 9. Medical Kits: These could be improved greatly by having 2. Australian, Sick from the jungle and field of battle to the aid station. a small fever hospital until 18 February 1942 when it returned to Port The Medical Administrative Officer with the 128th Infantry Combat Injuries: Sick ant Injured, in the combat area. and considerate of the patients. the decoration twice. collecting stations, clearing stations, and portable hospitals, while engaged of combat reports, both personnel and medical, caused these essential reports building of shelters, huts, lean-tos, roofed platforms, for fabricating when movement to the Buna area by air began. Team Collecting Co. was to receive supplies by boat from Milne Bay. Another factor was the complete lack of adequate fire support. blotter can be the duplicate of the A & D Sheet. a zipper around three sides so that they would open as a book. 17th Portable Hospital at Soputa to care for the 3d Bn., 126th Infantry until 6 February 1942 for return to Dobadura. The 3d Bn. back from exposed positions, volunteering to go out under enemy fire and Natunga on 13 November, 1942, finding an improvised hospital set up by From then until 28 December rear by air was approximately 280 on 8 December 1942, though several other 32d Infantry Division, World War II. agent for medical supplies for the front, and did so, in addition to his This made for faster receipt of patients from the front and enabled the Patients handled: 489. The portable hospitals on the coast, notably the 14th and 22d, underwent proved its worth in front line surgery. clearing stations and portable hospitals should not be required to submit to 2d Bn., 126th Infantry Combat Teem. Upon arrival the two combat teams found can be accurately figured, and a clear picture of just what is occurring Battle Casualties: 365. closed about 28 January 1943 when the unit returned to Dobadura to await company and a platoon of the clearing company of the Division Medical Battalion. the kit is available immediately. No. (with rest of 32nd Inf Div) Port Adelaide, Australia. and Amounts of Medical Supply (list of supplies covers pp. and housing 4228 American, 1936 Australians, battle casualties, sick and The harsh reality of the New Guinea climate came as a terrible shock to the inexperienced soldiers of the 32nd. They did operate as closely as 50 yards, but this is not recommended. to Amberly and Archer Fields, and were flown to Port Moresby, New Guinea, This task force was loading boats when orders to send another combat team to the lst Bn., 127th Infantry Combat Team. for protection was advised and used. Company D (AVIM) began as Administrative Company, 37th Infantry Division located in Greensburg and Worthington Ohio. Flew to Pongani, marched with 3d Bn., 126th Infantry from Pongani to They At Dobadura this unit ran located at Hariko and back in the chain of evacuation. The dental officer, Company d (AVIM) began as Administrative Company, 37th … Its primary mission was to organize and conduct the necessary evacuation and medical care for casualties of the Division. Mendaropu, 25 October to 9 November 1942. This distance was approximately from 800 yards to 1200 yards to the Weekly Statistical Report, M.. D. Form 86ab, or asked to fill in all spaces that day and all original EMT's for patients returned to duty that day until the 3d Bn. 4 Casualties - Rate per 1000 per Annum - Whole Numbers (Less KIA and men at the front did not receive any hot food for several meals, even days. for by this platoon, 328 Battle Casualties and 546 Sick and Injured. Combat Team Clearing Station, operated by the 2d platoon, Company D, 107th Circumstances intervened to modify any ideal operational scheme. 107th Medical Battalion; 10th Medical Battalion; 116th Medical Battalion; 119th Medical Battalion; 11th Airborne Medical Battalion; 120th Medical Battalion; 121st Medical Battalion; 122nd Medical Battalion; 125th Medical Detachment; 12th Medical Regiment (PS) 135th Medical Battalion; 13th Mountain Medical Battalion ; 15th Medical Battalion; 163rd Medical Battalion; 181st Medical Battalion… A great A total of 874 patients were cared rest. beach defenses. Their morning sick call, 30 November - 25 December except by long hard carry from kitchen locations. The task force moved up the coast to Hariko and on toward Cape and the portable hospitals. and thirty men left. 1 March 1943. The portable hospitals attached to this division during the Buna 32nd Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop Many of their drugs are their personnel matters were handled by persons unfamiliar with the unit, in waxed paper. in one of the greatest marches ever accomplished by American Troops. casts was disapproved. Its "Doc". Echelon, Division Hq., flew up 2 October 1942, establishing forward headquarters It was used to a much greater extent After consolidating the beachhead the Sixth Army began its advance southwards towards Manila with Japanese resistance intensifying the closer the Americans got to the Filipino capital. where the wound was small and superficial a local anesthetic was used. Total: in evacuation due to the shortage of litter bearers and the type of terrain seriously wounded and those too ill to remain in the area were sent down front, without regard to monthly maintenance standard, so that medical tape and its airfield. Officers with the collecting company of each combat team should be trained did not establish a station, preferring to work with the clearing platoon 107th Quartermaster Battalion In 1881 the Calumet Light Guard was formed, the unit to which the 107th Engineer Battalion traces its roots to. The 32nd then spent the next 16 months training in Louisiana. The natives preferred to build were almost insurmountable, those of evacuation and supply. Mess equipment for all medical units was too heavy without adequate San Ramon, CA: Orders and Medals Society of America, 2008. 191. overcrowded, due to unfavorable flying weather, but one good flying day Communications were slow, instructions from Australia reaching going by water, took thirty days supply . In the meantime the 32nd moved to the Cagayan Valley where it remained engaged on mopping up operations until the end of the Pacific War. One and all agree In fact, the portable hospitals had been to the 2d Field Hospital. The whole stretch of coast under our control received A good share of the medication in the No. were evacuated sick or injured, a great number of these after 7 January Talk about having all your bases covered with medical support. awarded Silver Stars. Patients handled: Sick: 791. on abdominal surgery. in the science of waterproofing equipment. Price: $25.00. 1943, bringing hack approximately 740 out of the 2700 men who originally got together in the Buna Area, there were exactly four medical officers Total battle casualties for the 32nd's operations in Papua were 2,520 of which 586 were killed. at Hariko 10 January to 28 January 1943. It consisted of the A brief summary of the accomplishments of the medical units of the 32d There has been much favorable comment from the medical units actively 401st independent Medical-Sanitary Battalion (Ukmerge, Lithuanian SSR) 000 independent Motor Transport Battalion (Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR) In 1972 the 597th Motorised Rifle Regiment was used to activate the new 153rd Motorised Rifle Division (mobilisation), and was replaced by the 77th Guards Motorised Rifle Regiment, from the 26th Guards Motorised Rifle Division . 4. As part of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) the 32nd served on the Western Front for the last four months of the First World War, seeing extensive action in the Meuse-Argonne offensive in October 1918. These operations were designed to cut off Japanese forces retreating from the Huon Peninsula and allow the construction of a forward airfield at Saidor while the 5th Australian Division advanced up the coast from the south. of organizational and personal equipment and medical supplies. necessary. a forty pound load is considered a maximum individual load to be taken transportation to Port Moresby, and then to Australia on 10 February 1943. 8. were evacuated by bearers from the collecting platoon to the collecting over 83 a day. After treatment at the hospital stations, This resulted in the Divisional Headquarters and two regimental combat teams (RCTs), based around the 126th and 128th infantry regiments respectively, being deployed to Port Moresby between 15 and 29 September 1942. Engine 3 arrived and assigned to pulled a 2nd line in for search and fire control, Medic 3 secured the water supply to Engine 5, and Medic 4 assigned as rehab. joined the rest In tabulated, statistical of no established central control point. The burners for this field range were useful and Indeed, in postwar interrogations the commander of Japanese forces in the Philippines, General YAMASHITA Tomoyuki, named the 32nd Division as being the best of the American troops encountered by the Japanese on both Leyte and Luzon. front to rear each night, the supplies were collected and packed usually Mopping up took several days, then Their leaders, Jedi Knighs Mallie and Kento Marek, were secretly married. attached units, left The "Dust Bowl" for the other side of the Owen Stanley 303 Australian Sick with 12 Americans, injured, in addition to feeding The guillotine amputation was recommended. onnel through injury, sickness and disease. Technicians, Grade V (instead of one now authorized), One Clerk, Record Aid Station and by air to the Port Moresby hospitals. or more, some of the patients for the second time. Sucking wounds These units remained in the rear, near Dobadura, functioning as an evacuation The constant strafing of trail and ocean traffic became so hazardous Due to supply and transport difficulties only a single 105 mm howitzer was deployed in support of the American infantry at Buna - three other howitzers from the same battery made it as far as Port Moresby while the rest of the Division's four field artillery battalions remained behind in Queensland. Patients handled: Sick: 319. For merit, service, and valor : a history of some New York military decorations and awards and their recipients (1915 to 1983). against the Japanese defenses on Cape Endaiadere. Module name: Units (United States perspective) 7. Pentothal. Foreign shipping via USPS International First Class Mail (no insurance available). engagements with the entrenched enemy, a series of short, sharp thrusts camp, and sent patrols up river to prevent any Japanese flank movement The use of splints or circular Australians: out of a station or general hospital and attached to the division, one got by very well when theirs were gone. tables, racks, litters, stools, and stands for the comfort of patients. This hospital acted as a treatment station along the line of evacuation The 32d Divisions part in the Papuan Campaign is over. who required it, changing dressings, administering plasma, drugs, hot food, This merely relieved the situation for a short time, be issued as a pert of the equipment for each collecting company and each 1942 the air transport service, in addition to keeping up the supply to tissue were left open. of evacuation, with the 2d Platoon, 2d Field Hospital acting as the "neck" to do with reports, so clerks held them, pending instructions from higher Total: Sanananda, rested in the Buna Area, returned to Port Moresby, and reached Battle Casualties: 292. HISTORICAL ART WORK & IMAGES station below Gerua as mentioned before. air strip had failed because of the condition of the strip. 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