The 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.
Past Hollis Medal Recipients
Preview of the 2015 JETC
Slate of SAME National Officers