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From fully funded tuition to a $2,300+ monthly stipend, the Health Professions Scholarship Program allows medical students to focus on what matters most—honing their expertise. The Health Professions Scholarship Program is offered to medical/dental student, veterinary students, some nursing specialties and other specialty students like clinical/counseling psychology and optometry.  


U.S. Army Maj. and chaplain Jeff Struecker captivated Liberty University students with a riveting tale of fearlessness, bravery and discipleship, challenging them to "not be ordinary" and transform the world wherever they go.



  From Malaria to Zika, the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research has been a leader in developing vaccines against infectious diseases around the globe for more than 120 years. This video shows key Army milestones in vaccine development.



Lt. Gen. Nadja West when from being an orphan to a three-star general. She is the highest-ranking African American woman in U.S. history and she is a physician. 



The American portion of Beyond the Horizon training exercise involves 1,800 personnel form the U.S. Army, Air Force and Marine Corps. The task force is providing medical and dental treatment at five locations within La Paz, El Salvador. 







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Screen shot of the first nationwide medical virtual commissioning ceremony hosted by the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade on May 20, 2020. One hundred thirty officers from across the United States raised their right hand and committed themselves to serving in the U.S. Army. U.S. Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle delivered the Oath of Commissioned Officers.
Army surgeon general commissions 130 new healthcare professionals
By Randy Lescault | May 26, 2020
One hundred and thirty of the Army’s newest healthcare professionals raised their right hands May 20, marking the first-ever, nationwide virtual commissioning hosted by the U.S. Army’s 45th Surgeon General, Lt. Gen. Scott R. Dingle.

Capt. Dominic Hohman is an Army Reserve dentist. He joined the U.S. Army Reserve four years after completing dental school and establishing his dental career..
Army Reserve dentist answered call to service
By Lori Kullberg | May 11, 2020
What do you do if you have already graduated dental school, have your own practice and a family, but still feel a call to service? You join the U.S. Army Reserve. That is what Army Dentist Capt. Dominic Hohman did a little over a year ago, and he says he wishes he had done it sooner.

Capt. Vanessa Sieg, Army emergency medicine physician, serves on a panel discussion with other Army physicians and resident physicians to discuss Army medicine opportunities with premedical students at the Texas A&M Health Science Center in Bryan, Texas, Sept. 10, 2019.
Emergency medicine doctor shares Army story with premed students
By Leanne Thomas | March 19, 2020
“When I was at Baylor 9-11 happened,” said Army Capt. Vanessa Sieg, a former Baylor University graduate, now Army emergency medicine physician. “I don’t know if y’all remember that or not, but when 9-11 happened, I really felt that urge to join the military, that sense of duty to serve your country.”

Sgt. 1st Class William Booth, Army medical recruiter, competes in the obstacle course during the Medical Recruiting Brigade Best Warrior Competition at Camp Bullis, Texas, Feb. 25.
5th MRBn NCO named brigade best warrior
By Leanne Thomas | March 10, 2020
U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class William Booth was named the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade’s best warrior of the year Feb. 28, all while breaking a finger during the competition.

Lt. Col. Mary I. Rivera, commander, U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion, provides remarks during the San Antonio Community Action Committee at the University of the Incarnate Word Mar. 5.
San Antonio Community Action Committee reconvenes to support Army recruiting
By Leanne Thomas | March 6, 2020
The San Antonio Community Action Committee held the first quarterly meeting of the year to support the U.S. Army’s recruiting efforts in South-Central Texas at the University of the Incarnate Word Mar. 5.

Six U.S. Army medical recruiters assigned to the 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion were presented Army Recruiter Rings by Army Maj. Gen. Frank M. Muth, commanding general, U.S. Army Recruiting Command at the 5th MRBn headquarters Feb. 24.
USAREC CG presents 6 Army Recruiter Rings to 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion personnel
By Leanne Thomas, 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion Public Affairs Specialist | Feb. 24, 2020
Six U.S. Army medical recruiters assigned to the 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion were presented Army Recruiter Rings by Army Maj. Gen. Frank M. Muth, commanding general, U.S. Army Recruiting Command at the 5th MRBn headquarters Feb. 24.

Soldiers from U.S. Army's 452d Combat Support Hospital and Kuwait Army medical Soldiers perform patient decontamination, evacuation, and treatment during the Exercise Pacemaker II at the North Medical Military Complex, Kuwait, Feb. 20, 2019. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Philip Ribas)
Army offering incentives to medical specialties
By USAREC Public Affairs | Jan. 31, 2020
The U.S. Army is looking for motivated health professionals and has added eight medical specialties to the list of part-time careers eligible for $25,000-$75,000 in bonuses per year.

Command photo of 1st Sgt. Brian Filipowski while assigned to the 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Feb. 15.
1SG Brian Filipowski: A temporary setback takes him to the top
By Leanne Thomas, 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion | Jan. 22, 2020
The first sergeant of U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Company, Houston unexpectedly tore his bicep tendon during a team-building event and a match of ultimate Frisbee in 2018. This injury led to surgery, months of rehabilitation, and a temporary setback that changed his life.

Portrait of U.S. Army Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Cloyd L. Colby at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, (date unknown), 2019 (Courtesy Photo)
Is God calling you to serve as a U.S. Army Chaplain?
By Leanne Thomas | Dec. 19, 2019
As the chaplain for the 502d Force Support Group prepares to retire, Army Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Cloyd L. Colby felt prompted to write a letter inviting prospective chaplain candidates to consider military ministry.