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Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle assumes command of Army Medical Command
June 29, 2020
Assumption of Command ceremony

Boy Scout Troop 23 lends helping hands across JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
June 26, 2020
Boy Scouts from Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston’s Troop 23 helped to complete an Eagle Scout project, which involved the construction of two U.S. flag collection boxes.

MEDCoE provides help to New York, New Jersey medical facilities in response to COVID-19
June 25, 2020
Medical operations planners

U.S. Army South welcomes new command sergeant major
June 25, 2020
passing of the colors

Historic Fort Sam Houston Theatre marks 85th anniversary
June 24, 2020
The Fort Sam Houston Theatre, the U.S. Army’s oldest theatre, is located on Stanley Road at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. The historical building marked its 85th anniversary June 30.

Unprecedented collaboration demonstrated at Army housing summit
June 23, 2020
Mark Chamberlain, residential maintenance technician, Balfour Beatty Communities, repairs a gutter June 9 at a home in the Cherokee Village neighborhood at Fort Carson, Colorado.

NAMRU-SA scientist selected for top Navy science award
June 12, 2020
Dr. Yoon Hwang, Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio Maxillofacial Injury and Disease Department research scientist.

Local Navy technicians gain practical experience from COVID-19 maintenance backlog
June 10, 2020
Navy Sailors in lab

5th Brigade Army ROTC hosts virtual commissioning ceremonies
May 27, 2020
5th Brigade Army ROTC hosts virtual commissioning ceremonies

New combat medics tackle burn team duty
May 20, 2020
Pvt. Sage Deemer, a combat medic specialist temporarily assigned to the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center applies bandages and gauze to a burn patient.

After a lifetime of service, retirement can wait
May 19, 2020
U.S. Army Col. April Critelli, physician assistant, prepares to end her work day at the McWethy Troop Medical Clinic at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston May 13. Critelli is the first medical Soldier to return to active duty from retirement during the COVID-19 crisis.

U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence recognizes its centennial
May 15, 2020
The U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence, or MEDCoE, trains the world’s premier military medical force: Army Medicine. There are many important dates in the school’s history, but May 15, 1920, is acknowledged as the date the Army formally approved the establishment of the Medical Field Service School at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, where MEDCoE traces its origins.

4th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) leaders engaged in the COVID-19 fight
May 13, 2020
4th ESC leaders engaged in the COVID-19 fight

MEDCoE Noncommissioned Officer Academy lends expertise in support of Fort Hood
May 11, 2020
MEDCoE Noncommissioned Officer Academy lends expertise in support of Fort Hood

USAISR on frontlines of COVID-19 fight
May 7, 2020
Capt. Farley Raquel and Sgt. Rebecca Hummer do a system check on ventilators in the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research “Victory” Intensive Care Unit at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston.

NMFSC honors Navy Medicine Civilian Corps birthday
May 5, 2020
Dr. Rick Dickinson, the Naval Medical Forces Support Command, or NMFSC, chief of staff honored the Navy Medicine Civilian Corps third birthday in a teleconference message April 30.

Army Reserve chief sees COVID-19 fight during JBSA-Fort Sam Houston visit
May 1, 2020
General takes temperature of Soldier

BAMC lends research expertise to global pandemic effort
April 30, 2020
Michelle Mendoza, pharmacy technician, reconstitutes the remdesivir research drug under an intravenous hood at Brooke Army Medical Center

Respiratory therapy students complete clinical training at METC
April 30, 2020
METC class

METC mission vital to force readiness, COVID-19 response
April 14, 2020
Students and instructors in the Medical Education and Training Respiratory Therapist program practice safe distancing and wear face coverings while training with mechanical ventilators.