As a Soldier, husband, and parent, I know each of you and your families are affected by the government shutdown in different ways.
Four of the past five chiefs of the U.S. Army Reserve shared their years of institutional knowledge with current leaders Aug. 20 during the Army Reserve Senior Leader Forum.
The 807th Medical Command (Deployment Support) is headquartered at Fort Douglas, Utah. The command provides command and control for expeditionary units in more than 26 states from Ohio to California and consists of more than 10,000 Soldiers in more than 115 distinct units.
For more information on the 807th MDSC, click the "807th Overview" tab near the top of this page.
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