Indian Army’s 92 Base Hospital Commemorates Platinum Jubilee

Indian Army’s prestigious 92 Base Hospital (BH) located in Srinagar celebrated its Platinum Jubilee yesterday.

This flagship combat hospital was raised in Rawalpindi during World War-II on September 10, 1942 as 92 General Hospital and subsequently relocated to different locations in Bengal before being mobilised for war to Kure in Japan on March 2, 1946.

Having demonstrated its capability in war the hospital was moved to Jammu and Kashmir for the Indo-Pak conflict on its return to India. It reached Srinagar on October 2, 1948 and occupied the old Jammu and Kashmir State Forces accommodation. Read More…

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