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          Military Medical Company Patches History

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          Information extracted from the book
          "US ARMY PATCHES" ?br >by Barry Jason Stein
          Used by permission

          The term "Dust Off" appears on many of the medical-evacuation unit patches in the following section.  "Dust Off" is slang for an airborne evacuation by helicopter of casualties; it is also known by the term "Medevac."


          54th Med Co patch
          54th Med Co

            Worn from:  1994 (Unauthorized).


          68th Med Det patch
          68th Med Det

            Worn from:  1990 - March 1995.


          50th Med Co 101st Abn Div patch
          50th Med Co
          101st Abn Div
           

            Worn from:  1993 - Current. 


          159th Med Co patch
          159th Med Co

            Worn from:  1991.


          498th Med Co patch
          498th Med Co

            Worn from:  1988.


          3rd Bn 507th Air Ambulance patch
          3rd Bn
          507th Air Ambulance
           

            Worn from:  1990 (Unauthorized).


          236th Med Co patch
          236th Med Co
           

            Worn from:  1990 (Unauthorized).


          1133rd Med Co patch
          1133rd Med Co


            Worn from:  September 1990 - Current.

          An earlier version of this patch with the inscription "Montgomery,            Alabama" was worn from 1984 - 1990.


          Med Research Team Vietnam patch
          Med Research
          Team Vietnam

            Worn from:  1966 - 1970.

            Approved for local wear only.


          OH-58D Helicopter patch
          OH-58D Helicopter
           

           

          Worn from: 
          Unknown.


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