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783 Medical Group
783 Geneeskundige Groep (783 Gnkgp)

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Unit Location Peace Strength War Strength
Staff and Staff Company
783 Medical Group [a]
52/22/39 (113)
   
747 Field Hospital Battalion [b] [c]
Staff and Support Detachment
747 Field Hospital Battalion
6/8/22/2 (38)
B Company 8/12/54 (74)
C Company 8/12/54 (74)
   22/32/130/2 (186)
 
748 Field Hospital Battalion [b]
Staff and Support Detachment
748 Field Hospital Battalion
6/8/22/2 (38)
A Company 8/12/54 (74)
B Company 8/12/54 (74)
C Company 8/12/54 (74)
  30/44/184/2 (260)
   
752 General Hospital [b] [d]
Staff Detachment
752 General Hospital
10/9/14/8 (41)
Personnel Administration Company 1/4/7 (12)
Patient Administration Company 2/11/13 (26)
Medical Services Division 127/259/607 (993)
General Services Division 8/17/182 (207)
Materiel Services Division 1/6/28 (35)
  149/306/851/8 (1314)
   
730 Ambulance Company [e] 4/8/87 (99)
   
432 Medical Support Company [f] 16/15/36 (67)
   
131 Medical Repair and Depot Company [b] [g] Teuge -/2/1/6 (9) 11/25/100/6 (142)
   
405 Territorial Medical Company [h] 10/10/198 (218)
406 Territorial Medical Company [i] 10/10/198 (218)

Notes
 
a. Filled by mobilisable personnel that had fulfilled their active-duty period in Staff and Staff Detachment, 102 Medical Group up to eight and a half years prior to mobilisation.1
b. Filled (out) by personnel from the general pool of mobilisable reserves (vrij-indeelbaar bestand) that had fulfilled their active-duty period in relevant functions up to twelve and a half years prior to mobilisation.1
c.A Company under command of 203 Medical Battalion (National Logistic Command).
d.752 General Hospital would be established in the Johan Willem Friso Barracks in Assen.2
e. Filled by mobilisable personnel from 172 Ambulance Company (RIM) after their fourteen to sixteen-month RIM period in that unit had expired, up to eight and a half years prior to mobilisation.1 5
f.Filled by mobilisable personnel from 14 Medical Company (RIM) after their fourteen to sixteen-month RIM period in that unit had expired, up to eight and a half years prior to mobilisation.1 5
g. Wartime organisation. Until mobilisation under command of Staff, Royal Army Medical Command. Provided medical materiel support to Royal Army and Royal Air Force units in the Netherlands.3
h. Filled by mobilisable personnel from 53 Brigade Medical Company (RIM) after their fourteen to sixteen-month RIM period in that unit had expired, up to eight and a half years prior to mobilisation.1 5
i. Filled by mobilisable personnel from 51 Brigade Medical Company (RIM) after their fourteen to sixteen-month RIM period in that unit had expired, up to eight and a half years prior to mobilisation.1 5



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681 Surgical Team [a] 3/2/3 (8)
 
686 Shock Treatment Team [a] 1/1/2 (4)
687 Shock Treatment Team [a] 1/1/2 (4)
   
786 Psychotherapeutic Revalidation Company [a] 20/15/28 (63)
   
101 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 4/4/12 (20)
104 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 4/4/12 (20)
110 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 4/4/12 (20)
111 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 4/4/12 (20)
114 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 5/6/19 (30)
115 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 5/6/19 (30)
122 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 6/9/25 (40)
123 Military Liaison Detachment, Hospital Group [a] 6/9/25 (40)
   
483 Military Medical Support Detachment [a] -/1/20 (21)
485 Military Medical Support Detachment [a] 1/1/30 (32)
489 Military Medical Support Detachment [a] 1/1/50 (52)
   
834 Medical Examination Board [b] Nijmegen -/-/-/8 (8) -/-/-/8 (8)
836 Medical Examination Board [b] Hilversum -/-/1/6 (7) -/-/1/6 (7)
   
474 Regional Medical Detachment [a] [c] [d] Ede 17/21/37/10 (85) 16/14/49/6 (85)
475 Regional Medical Detachment [a] [c] [d] Harderwijk 20/27/52/15 (114) 21/25/84/12 (142)
476 Regional Medical Detachment [a] [c] [d] Apeldoorn 13/17/33/10 (73) 20/23/89/10 (142)
477 Regional Medical Detachment [a] [c] [d] Assen 16/15/29/10 (70)
23/21/73/6 (123)
   
783 Medical Group Peace Strength: –
783 Medical Group War Strength: 449/623/2390/66 (3528)

Notes

   
a. Filled (out) by personnel from the general pool of mobilisable reserves (vrij-indeelbaar bestand) that had fulfilled their active-duty period in relevant functions up to twelve and a half years prior to mobilisation.1
b. Wartime organisation. In peacetime under command of the Ministry of Defence. 
c. Wartime organisation. In peacetime under command of Staff, Royal Army Medical Command.
d.Provided lower-echelon medical support to territorial Royal Army units in peace and wartime.4

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1. NIMH 205A/10, Aflossing van mobilisabele eenheden en -aanvullingen d.d. 27 mei 1980. Ibid., d.d. 11 november 1983. Ibid., d.d. 17 juni 1985.
2.Anonymus, 5 Jaar, 21. S. Post, Assen "open stad" als de nood aan de man komt’, Leidse Courant, 22 januari 1977. Anonymus, ‘Arts en kernbewapening’, Medisch Contact nr. 51, december 1981.
3.Anonymus, 5 Jaar, 21.
4.Ibid. NL-HaNA 2.13.182, inv. nr. 711, Planningsmemorandum Legerplan 177-21 d.d. 12 mei 1987, Schematische weergave 1e fase reorganisatie.
5.RIM was the Dutch acronym for Direct Influx into Mobilisable Units (Rechtstreekse Instroming in Mobilisabele Eenheden). GRIM was a variant of this system, meaning "Largely RIM" (Grotendeels Rechtstreekse Instroming in Mobilisabele Eenheden). For a survey of the Royal Army's unit filling and reserve system see Gijsbers, Blik in de smidse, 2222-2231; Selles, Personele vulling; Berghuijs, Opleiding, 14-23. In English: Isby and Kamps, Armies, 341-343; Sorrell, Je Maintiendrai, 94-96; Van Vuren, The Royal Netherlands Army TodayMilitary Review April 1982, 23-28.