The Hollis Medal is named for Rear Adm. Mark D. Hollis, USPHS. 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.
Please contact your chain of command for information about the Uniformed Service Awards nomination process. SAME provides a formal ceremony for recipients.
Past Hollis Medal Recipients:
2016 Lt. Cdr. Ryan Clapp, P.E., USPHS2015 Lt. Cdr. Roger Hargrove, P.E., USPHS
2014 Cdr. Brian Breuer, P.E., USPHS
2013 Lt. Cdr. Weson Kenney, USPHS
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