Hollis Medal

Hollis_MedalThe Hollis Medal is named for Rear Adm. Mark D. Hollis, U.S. Public Health Service. The award is presented for outstanding contributions to military engineering by a U.S. Public Health Service officer. This medal was first awarded 2000.

Criteria: Most outstanding contribution to military engineering through achievement in design, construction, administration, research, or development.

Eligibility: A U.S. Public Health Service officer level O4 or above whether active, inactive or retired. Also a USPHS civilian employee, active or retired, of equivalent grade.


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Past Hollis Medal Recipients


  • 2012 Lt. Cdr. Michael Termont, P.E., USPHS
  • 2011 Lt. Cdr. Shad M. Schoppert, P.E., USPHS
  • 2010 Lt. Cdr. Samuel Russell, P.E.
  • 2009 Lt. Cdr. Kris Neset, USPHS
  • 2008 Lt. Cdr. John David Mazorra, P.E., USPHS
  • 2007 Lt. Cdr. Norman T. Hepner, P.E., USPHS
  • 2006 Cdr. David W. Ausdemore, P.E., CIH, USPHS
  • 2005 Cdr. Bradley K. Harris, P.E., USPHS
  • 2004 Cmdr. Anthony T. Zimmer, Ph.D., P.E., C.I.H., USPHS
  • 2003 Capt. Gregory Stevens, USPHS
  • 2002 Lt. Cmdr. Nathan C. Tatum, P.E., USPHS
  • 2001 Cmdr. Michael S. Coene, USPHS
  • 2000 Capt. Rao Y. Surampalli, Ph.D., P.E., DEE, USPHS
  • 2000 Capt. Sven E. Rodenbeck, Sc.D., P.E., DEE, USPHS
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