Category: 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support)

USAR medics assist front-line and aid station during Allied Spirit '22
February 4, 2022
USAR medics assist front-line and aid station during Allied Spirit '22

Why I serve: ‘I want to give every moment'
December 29, 2021
Capt. Dawn D. Sellers

Maintaining a Healthy Mindset
November 1, 2021

Tactical Combat Casualty Care for Military Working Dogs
October 6, 2021
Capt. Elizabeth Fish, 64A - Field Veterinary Service Officer with the 147th Med. Det. (Vet Srvc) provided training in Tactical Combat Casualty Care, basic triage, and advanced treatment and stabilization of Military Working Dogs as part of a joint Army Reserve and Air Reserve training event at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station.

332nd Med. Bde. Soldier and Employer Recognized for ESGR Freedom Award
September 28, 2021
Maj. Gen. Joe Robinson, Commanding General, 3d Medical Command (Deployment Support) presents Sgt. Roxana Banaduc with a commanders coin of excellence for her nomination of her employer, Grand Strand Medical, for the ESGR Freedom Award on Sept. 28, 2021.

SHARP class teaches Soldiers deployed to Camp Buehring: 'Change the paradigm of consent'
September 10, 2021

Australian general joins Soldiers, civilians at 'Desert Medic’ vaccine rodeo
September 10, 2021
Australian Army Maj. Gen. Christopher A. Field

Soldiers deliver baby during Afghanistan evacuation support in Kuwait
September 2, 2021
A team of U.S. Army Central medical Soldiers quickly adapted to assist an Afghan evacuee mother with the birth of her healthy baby at a safe haven location's medical facility in Kuwait in August. The team included an OB-GYN, staff physician, nurse anesthetist, practical nursing specialist and health care specialists who were supporting Afghanistan evacuation efforts. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Juan Carlos Izquierdo)

Spc. Sarah Cloutier describes her Initial IRT Experience
August 9, 2021
The ability to engage with the community has been phenomenal. Several of us are fresh out of AIT and this is our first military mission; helping real people with real needs. It makes you feel like you deserve the status of soldier/airman/seaman.

Lion Cub Benefits from Army Reserve Veterinarian
August 2, 2021
Nothing brings a smile to your face like snuggling with a lion cub. “I have a unique background in that I specialize in zoo/exotic medicine. Prior to deciding to become a veterinarian, I was a zoo keeper. All of my veterinary experience prior to and after completing veterinary school was treating and caring for a traditional zoo collection,” said Capt. Christine Bui, a Veterinarian with the Army Reserve.