Parmeter, Barry, LT

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Current/Last Rank
Lieutenant
Current/Last Primary NEC
410X-Chaplain Corps Officer
Current/Last Rating/NEC Group
Line Officer
Primary Unit
1971-1971, Naval Hospital Bethesda, MD
Service Years
1968 - 1972
Lieutenant
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  1971-1971, Naval Hospital Bethesda, MD

Lieutenant

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Rank
Lieutenant

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Location
Bethesda

Country/State
Illinois
 
 
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 Naval Hospital Bethesda, MD Details

Naval Hospital Bethesda, MD
In 1938, the United States Congress appropriated funds for the acquisition of land for the construction of a new Naval medical center, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt selected the present site in Bethesda, Maryland, on July 5, 1938. Ground was broken by John McShain Builders for the Naval Medical Center on June 29, 1939 by Rear Admiral Percival S. Rossiter, MC, USN, (Ret.). President Roosevelt laid the cornerstone of the Tower on Armistice Day, November 11, 1940. The original Medical Center was composed of the Naval Hospital, designed to hold 1,200 beds, and the Naval Medical School, the Naval Dental School (now the National Naval Dental Center) and the Naval Medical Research Institute. In 1945, at the end of World War II, temporary buildings were added to accommodate up to 2,464 wounded American sailors and marines. The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center ('WRNMMC), formerly known as the National Naval Medical Center and colloquially referred to as the Bethesda Naval Hospital Bethesda, Walter Reed, or Navy Med, is a tri-service military medical center located in the community of Bethesda, Maryland, near the headquarters of the National Institutes of Health. It is one of the most prominent U.S. military medical centers in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and the United States, having served numerous U.S. presidents since the 20th century. In 2011, the Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC), named after yellow fever researcher Walter Reed, was combined with the National Naval Medical Center to form the tri-service Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Type
Garrison - Base Station

Existing/Disbanded
Redesignated

Parent Unit
Naval Hospital (NAVHOSP)/Navy Regional Medical Center (NRMC)/Naval Medical Center (NAVMEDCEN)/Naval

Strength
Hospital

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Naval Hospital Bethesda, MD

Brennan, Bev, CMC, (1970-2000) Hospitalman
Lepisto, John, PO3, (1968-1972) Hospitalman
Speer, Elmer, LT, (1970-1974) OFF 290X Lieutenant Junior Grade
Breeding, Patricia, CDR, (1969-1991) OFF 290X Ensign
Broadhurst, Ron, CDR, (1963-1988) OFF 230X Ensign
Beadle-Gooding, Wrenn, PO1, (1969-1990) HM HM-0000 Petty Officer First Class
Buccini, Anthony, PO2, (1969-1971) HM HM-8483 Petty Officer Second Class
Basinger, David, PO3 HM HM-0000 Petty Officer Third Class
Basinger, David, PO3 HM HM-0000 Petty Officer Third Class
Dillon, Richard, PO1, (1968-1984) HM HM-0000 Petty Officer Third Class
Knapp, Gary, PO3, (1971-1974) HM HM-0000 Petty Officer Third Class
Murphy, Michael, PO3, (1969-1971) 00 8263 Petty Officer Third Class
Throckmorton, Stephen, PO3, (1969-1971) HM HM-8417 Petty Officer Third Class
Bowen, Dale, PO1, (1967-1987) HM Hospitalman
Cobb, Jesse, PO2, (1969-1973) HN HN-0000 Hospitalman
Leibowitz, Murray, HN, (1970-1976) HM HM-8541 Hospitalman
Schlott, Raymond, HN, (1968-1973) HN HN-0000 Hospitalman
Sturdevant, Lyle, PO3, (1969-1973) HM HM-0000 Hospitalman Apprentice

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