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232nd Medical Battalion
MEDCoE hosts inspiring Martin Luther King Jr. Day event
January 23, 2023
— The 232nd Medical Battalion sponsored an observance ceremony to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Blesse Auditorium at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Jan. 19, 2023. Maj. Gen. Michael Talley, U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence commanding general, hosted the event. ...
Soldiers instruct JROTC cadets how to ‘Stop The Bleed”
January 20, 2023
— As part of the Joint Base San Antonio Adopt-A-School program, Soldiers from the 232nd Medical Battalion at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston visited Veterans Memorial High School Jan. 12 to teach the Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Patriot Battalion students (cadets) techniques on how to “Stop the Bleed.”...
232nd Medical Battalion helps expand the JBSA Adopt-A-School program
September 19, 2022
— Soldiers and leaders assigned to the 232nd Medical Battalion, 32nd Medical Brigade at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston signed an Adopt-A-School charter with Veteran’s Memorial High School at a public ceremony during the school’s Red, White, and Blue, Patriot Day Commemoration Football Game, at D.W. Rutledge Stadium, Sept. 9, 2022...
232nd Medical Battalion welcomes new commander
July 7, 2022
— The 232nd Medical Battalion at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston welcomed a new commander as Lt. Col. Genna Speed took over for Lt. Col. Manuel Menendez...
232nd Medical Battalion welcomes new command sergeant major
February 15, 2022
— The Soldier Medics of the 232nd Medical Battalion welcomed Command Sgt. Major Lori Ingram during a change of responsibility ceremony at the Army Medical Department Museum amphitheater at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Feb. 10...
Combat medic trainees experience first-ever nighttime combat simulation
January 12, 2022
— In December 2021, students in the Combat Medic Specialist Training Program, or CMSTP, at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston’s Medical Education and Training Campus were the first in the program’s history to undergo training simulating nighttime combat conditions...
AIT Soldiers, former combat medic come to aid of fallen retiree at Fort Sam Houston Exchange
September 7, 2021
— Four Advanced Individual Training Soldiers training at the U. S. Army Medical Center of Excellence to become 68W combat medics recently helped a fallen man at the Fort Sam Houston Post Exchange...
Trinity Competition highlights best of the Health Readiness Center of Excellence
May 29, 2019
— The annual Trinity Competition is a grueling four-day event to determine the division-level Best Warrior, Drill Sergeant of the Year and Best Medic. Hosted by the U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, Health Readiness Center of Excellence, or AMEDDC&S HRCoE, winners represent the HRCoE in higher level competitions. ...
Leadership change at 232nd Medical Battalion
July 23, 2018
— Lt. Col. Corey J. Plowden assumed command of the 232nd Medical Battalion July 18 during a ceremony on MacArthur Field at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. Plowden assumed command from outgoing commander Lt. Col. Caryn R. Vernon. At the same ceremony, Command Sgt. Maj.Jodi L. Stanley relinquished responsibility as the 232nd Medical Battalion Command Sergeant Major...
Secretary of the Army sees combat medic training
April 19, 2018
— Secretary of the Army Mark T. Esper visited several units at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston April 17, including a guided tour of the 232nd Medical Battalion 68W Advanced Individual Training, or AIT, Program for the Combat Medic Program...
Fiesta royalty join Soldiers at 32nd Medical Brigade Enlisted Run
April 13, 2018
— Rey Feo LXX Ken Flores, along with other members of Fiesta San Antonio, joined Soldiers for the 32nd Medical Brigade Enlisted Run at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston in the early morning hours April 13...
New Mobile Medic program part of BAMC’s Virtual Health Initiative
October 3, 2017
— Brooke Army Medical Center launched a new Mobile Medic project at the 232nd Medical Battalion on Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston in mid-September. The project is an initial step for BAMC as the Army’s first virtual medical center...
Army company commander shares her personal LGBT story
July 17, 2017
— The 32nd Medical Brigade held its second annual Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or LGBT, Pride Month Observance June 30...
Army Medicine Soldiers build ramps for disabled, elderly
March 14, 2017
— Soldiers from 232nd Medical Battalion’s Company C at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston are volunteering with the Texas Ramp Project one Saturday morning each month to a build wheelchair ramps for needy recipients...
232ND MEDICAL BATTALION WELCOMES NEW COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR
January 3, 2017
— Command Sgt. Maj. Jody L. Stanley (center), incoming command sergeant major for the 232nd Medical Battalion at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, accepts the guidon from Lt. Col. Caryn R. Vernon (left), 232d Med. Bn. commander, while outgoing battalion Command Sgt. Maj. Richard A. Shanklin (right) looks on...