Charles L. Eveland
Colonel Charles L. Eveland was commissioned as an Infantry Officer upon graduation from OCS Class #535 on 21 February 1946. His first duty assignment was as Assistant Regimental Surgeon (detailed MSC) for 14th Infantry Regiment, 71st Infantry Division, Germany. | His subsequent duty assignments include: Assistant Regimental Surgeon, 18th Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, Germany; Company Commander, C Company, 3d Medical Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, Korea; Adjutant, U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Dix, N.J.; Adjutant, U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Knox, KY; Chief of Finance Management, 549th Hospital Center, Heidelberg, Germany; Chief Int Review, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Chief, Management Branch, HCA Div, MFSS, Texas; and Director/Professor, Army-Baylor Graduate Program, Texas. | Colonel Eveland has graduated from the Medical Field Service Advanced Course and Army-Baylor Health Service Administration. He holds a PH.D. from the University of Michigan, a MHA from Baylor University and a BA from the University of Maryland. | His military awards and decorations include: Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Korean Service Medal w/4 Battle Stars, World War II Victory Medal, World War II Army of Occupation (Germany and Japan), United Nations Service Medal, Republic of Korea Distinguished Unit Citation, National Defense Service Medal w/1 Oak Leaf Cluster and Meritorious Unit Citation. | At the time of his induction Colonel Eveland was Director/Professor, Center for Health Services Administration, Arizona State University, Arizona.