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Dr. (Lt. Col.) Christian Schrader, Army psychiatrist and program director of Carl R. Darnell Army Medical Center’s Psychiatry Residency, at Fort Hood, Texas, conducted a didactics lecture on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for medical residents affiliated with Louisiana State University Health Science Center School of Medicine at Ochsner Medical Center, Kenner, Louisiana, Aug. 9. (Photo by Leanne Thomas)
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Sgt. 1st Class Brian Jones (left), garrison chaplain noncommissioned officer in charge, 502nd Force Support Group, serves with Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Cloyd Colby, chaplain, 502nd FSG and Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Garrison, at the 502nd FSG Headquarters Building, Joint Base San Antonio Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Aug. 2. The 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion, located at JBSA Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is committed to building a future of readiness by recruiting high quality, professional officers, across the country’s central region, to serve in the U.S. Army Medical Department and U.S. Army Chaplain Corps. (Photo by Leanne Thomas)
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Three Army soldiers stand to the left of a civilian doctor on a rooftop overlooking Camden, N.J.
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Bruce Schamburek, education services specialist for the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion, and Captain Katie Flatt, U.S. Army health care recruiter from the Aurora Medical Recruiting Station, speak to attendees of the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference at Caesars Palace on 10 April. Schamburek and Flatt were on hand, along with members of the Las Vegas Medical Recruiting Station, to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 80 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Bruce Schamburek, education services specialist for the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion, speaks to an attendee of the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference at Caesars Palace on 10 April. Schamburek was on hand, along with members of the Las Vegas Medical Recruiting Station and Aurora Medical Recruiting Station, to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 80 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Captain Katie Flatt, U.S. Army health care recruiter for the Aurora Medical Recruiting Station, speaks to attendees of the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference at Caesars Palace on 10 April. Flatt was on hand, along with members of the 6th Medical Recruiting Brigade and Las Vegas Medical Recruiting Station, to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. For more information on the Army's more than 80 medical specialties go to healthcare.goarmy.com.
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Captain Katie Flatt, U.S. Army health care recruiter for the Aurora Medical Recruiting Station, speaks to attendees of the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference at Caesars Palace on 10 April. Flatt was on hand, along with members of the 6th Medical Recruiting Brigade and Las Vegas Medical Recruiting Station, to explain the benefits and opportunities of a career in Army Medicine. Find more information on the Army's more than 80 medical specialties at healthcare.goarmy.com.
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6th Medical Recruiting Battalion Commander, Lt. Col. Matthew Mapes passes the Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Company Guidon to incoming commander, Capt. David O'hea on 11 May. Los Angeles MRC held their ceremony on the USS Iowa at the Port of Los Angeles welcomed O'hea while saying farewell to outgoing commander, Capt. Shawn Linhares.
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Incoming Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Company Commander, Capt. David O'hea, passes the company guidon to 1st Sgt. Michael Susi during the Change of Command Ceremony on 11 May. Los Angeles MRC held their ceremony on the USS Iowa at the Port of Los Angeles and welcomed O'hea while saying farewell to outgoing commander, Capt. Shawn Linhares.
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Lt. Col. Matthew Mapes, 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion commander, stands opposite the  outgoing and incoming company commanders and first sergeant for the Los Angeles Medical Recuiting Company Change of Command Ceremony on 11 May. The Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Company held their ceremony on the USS Iowa at the Port of Los Angeles and said farewell to Capt. Shawn Linhares while welcoming Capt. David O'hea as the incoming commander.
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Outgoing Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Commander, Capt. Shawn Linhares receives the company guidon from 1st Sgt. Michael Susi during the Change of Command Ceremony on 11 May. The Los Angeles Medical Recruiting Company held their ceremony on the USS Iowa at the Port of Los Angeles and said farewell to Linhares while welcoming Capt. David O'hea as the incoming commander.
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Major Michael Hay, officer-in-charge of the Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station, briefs details of the Stop the Bleed initiative to senior leaders during U.S. Army Recruiting Command's Deputy Commanding General of Operations, Brigadier General Kevin Vereen's visit to the station. Joining the DCG-O for the brief were 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Mapes, Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army, Dr. Randy Groth, and Community Partners.
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Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Mapes, commander of the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion, discusses the medical recruiting mission with Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army, Dr. Randy Groth. Groth attended the unit's situational awareness brief along with U.S. Army Recruiting Command's Deputy Commanding General of Operations, Brigadier General Kevin Vereen during the DCG-O's visit to the Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station.
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Command Sergeant Major Rene Hutchins, of the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion, discusses aspects of medical recruiting with U.S. Army Recruiting Command's Deputy Commanding General of Operations, Brigadier General Kevin Vereen during the DCG-O's visit to the Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station.
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Major Michael Hay, officer-in-charge of the 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion’s Phoenix Medical Recruiting Station demonstrates why a tourniquet is not appropriate for small children using Harper Magoteaux’s arm. Hay and other medical professionals provided free public training at Maricopa Integrated Health System’s Auditorium as part of National Stop the Bleed Day on March 31.
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Educators get a taste of Army Medicine through 
Educators Tour
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