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The Army Medical Services memorial and woodland will be dedicated tomorrow at the Hartshead Moor Motorway Services, close to the spot where 12 people died in an IRA attack on a coach.
The new home of the National Museum of Health and Medicine opened in Silver Spring, Maryland, on 21 May, marking the 150th anniversary of its founding during the Civil War as the Army Medical Museum.
RAWALPINDI, January 27, 2012 (Frontier Star): The 29th Medal Distribution Ceremony of the Army Medical College(AMC) held on Thursday at Army Medical College Rawalpindi.
COL Thomas Munley, Executive Vice-President of the Army Medical Department Foundation, has announced that CPT Kevin Goke, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Fort Bliss, TX, and 1LT Rene De La Rosa, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX, has been selected as winners of the 2005 Spurgeon Neel Writing Competition.
Pierce, for Stripe, a publication of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
Every year hundreds of military and civilian students from more than seventy-five countries come to the Army Medical Department Center and School at Fort Sam Huston, Texas, to gain valuable training in their respective career fields.
Symptoms usually are limited to skin ulcers, but two soldiers serving in each conflict have come down with a potentially lethal form of leishmaniasis that attacks internal organs, reports Otha Myles of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.
Other Army Medical Department members labored to detect environmental hazards, ensure safe food and water and myriad other duties.