Seagoville reserve unit tends wounded in German hospital
More than 185 Army reservists from the Seagoville unit of the 94th General Hospital
are helping treat the wounded at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. The majority
of war wounded are being taken to Landstuhl, the largest military hospital in Europe.
The 94th contains more than 800 medical professionals based in Seagoville; North
Little Rock, Ark.; and Bossier City, La. The hospital was mobilized March 10 and moved
to its active-duty site, San Antonio's Fort Sam Houston, on March 12, 1991
The reservists left San Antonio for Germany on March 18.
They have joined the hospital staff at Landstuhl and are handling regular
patients as well as those wounded in the war. Landstuhl treated the first
casualties of the war.