Crystal Blackwell served in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with the 36th Medical Evacuation Battalion.
What does MEB stand for?
MEB stands for Medical Evacuation Battalion (US Army)
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We have 89 other meanings of MEB in our Acronym Attic
- Man Eater Bug (Yu-Gi-Oh! card)
- Management Evaluation Board
- Management of E-Business
- Maneuver Enhancement Brigade
- Maneuver Enhancement Brigade (US Army)
- Marine Engineering Board
- Marine Expeditionary Brigade
- Material and Energy Balance (chemical engineering)
- Matura Emergency Button
- Maximum Expected Burp
- Medical Evaluation Board (also abbreviated as MEBD)
- Medium Energy Booster
- Members Equity Bank (Australia)
- Memory Expansion Board
- Micro Enterprise Bank (Kosovo)
- Micro-Electronics and Bio Processes
- Middle East Bank (various locations)
- Middle East Bulletin
- Midgut Escape Barrier (biology)
- Midlands Electricity Board (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For two decades, our Medical Evacuation Battalion provided command and control of air and ground medical evacuation within the Theater of Operations (TO) and was doctrinally allocated a combination of three to seven medical companies, air ambulance and/or ground ambulance.
I want to open this edition of the AMEDD Journal honoring every Soldier and family who has ever served in the 421st Medical Evacuation Battalion (MEB), by thanking them for their demonstrated excellence and unwavering adherence to the Warrior Ethos.
Major Risio is the Battalion S3 for the 421st Medical Evacuation Battalion at Wiesbaden, Germany.
On 27 February 2005, the commanding general of the Army Medical Department Center and School (AMEDDC&S), MG George Weightman, along with the Commanding General, 44th Medical Command, BG Elder Granger, charged Task Force 261 Area Support Medical Battalion (ASMB), 32nd Medical Logistics Battalion, and 36th Medical Evacuation Battalion with forming a Mutlifunctional Medical Battalion Headquarters during Operation Iraqi Freedom 04-06 and testing the "proof of principle" theory.