Army Resereve commanding general visits ARMEDCOM during his battlefield circulation
The Commanding General for U.S. Army Reserve Command, Lt. Gen. Charles D. Luckey, meets with senior leaders and staff members of Army Reserve Medical Command in Pinellas Park, Florida during his battlefield circulation. Left to Right: Lt. Gen. Luckey; Maj. Gen. Mary E. Link, ARMEDCOM commanding general; Col. Elizabeth A. Baker, ARMEDCOM chief of staff; Brig. Gen. Lisa L. Doumont, ARMEDCOM deputy commanding general. ARMEDCOM enhances readiness, medical support, and medical training and is the largest medical footprint of the Army Reserve with more than 100 different medical units located throughout the United States.