Company crest first designed at Camp Rucker, Alabama.  Used at Camp Gordon and in Europe after the war.

14th Chemical
Maintenance Company

United States Army
Chemical Corps
World War II

"Under the provisions of War Department Circular 34b, 23 August 1944, the Meritorious Service Unit Plaque is awarded to the 14th Chemical Maintenance Company, United States Army, for superior performance of duty in the accomplishment of exceptionally difficult tasks during the period 1 November 1944 to 31 December 1944."

--Lt. General Courtney H. Hodges, Commander, 1st U.S. Army
General Order No. 51, 30 March 1945

This website is dedicated to the men of the 14th CMC.  They served with merit in the European Theatre of Operations (ETO) supporting the 1st U.S. Army in its successful fight to help defeat the armed forces of Nazi Germany.  Veterans of the 14th, their family members, and others are asked to please contribute information and photos about the unit for use on this website.  Details about how you can preserve the 14th's history and that of its men can be found by following the "Help Needed" link below.  Thank you.

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What's New

Latest additions/revisions to the site.

Did You Know?

Some facts on the 14th and its' soldiers.


Company history/timeline 1942-1945.


Some 73 of those who served in the 14th. 


Many with genealogical data and photos.


Photos of 14th-related people, places and things.

Help Needed

How to provide information and photos. 


Those who have helped create this site.

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