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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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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.

Army Sgt. Andrew Yosten, a combat medic and medical recruiter for the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station, Houston, works with premedical students during a Stop-the-Bleed Clinic during the American Medical Student Association Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 24.
Premedical students gain Army insight at AMSA Premed Fest
By Leanne Thomas | Dec. 5, 2019
The U.S. Army 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion coordinated clinical skills training for over 200 premedical students during the American Medical Student Association’s Premed Fest at Texas A&M University Nov. 23-24.

Erin and Christopher Greenleaf, married couple and doctors, recently joined the U.S. Army. Both are serving as majors.
Husband and wife team serve as general surgeons in the U.S. Army
By Lori Kullberg | Nov. 8, 2019
They met in medical school. He always wanted to be a doctor. It was a needed period of “self-discovery” that led to the realization medical school was for her. And, it was only recently that this doctor duo decided Army service was right for them.

Maj. Charles Wyatt (left), executive officer, 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion, donates blood at a mobile blood drive hosted by the Armed Services Blood Program with Lt. Col. Mary Rivera (right), commander, 5th MRB, at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center, Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Oct. 30.
The 5th MRB donates lifesaving blood during military blood drive
By Leanne Thomas, 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion | Nov. 1, 2019
The 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion teamed up with the Armed Services Blood Program to host a mobile blood drive at the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center, Oct. 30.

Retired U.S. Army Col. (Dr.) Francis G. O'Connor, a professor in Military and Emergency Medicine and the medical director for the Consortium on Health and Military Performance, Uniformed Services University, lectures students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences – Northwest Regional Campus on strategies to prevent exertional heat illnesses in athletes, Aug. 27.
The “Godfather of Sports Medicine” provides exertional illness lecture at NW Arkansas
By Leanne Thomas, 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion | Oct. 10, 2019
Northwest Arkansas teamed up with the U.S. Army medical recruiting station of Little Rock to host a special guest lecture on preventing exertional illnesses in athletes and warriors, late summer.

Dr. Janice McDaniel being commissioned as a Major into the U.S. Army by Lt. Col. Gwyneth Hughes. Both work at Akron's Children's Hospital.
U.S. Army gains new pediatric radiologist
By Lori Kullberg | Oct. 3, 2019
“I can’t think of a better way to serve others then by caring for the Soldiers who serve our country.” This sentiment from Dr. Janice McDaniel led to her recent commissioning as a Major into the Army Reserves. McDaniel, Director of Pediatric Interventional Radiologist at Akron Children’s Hospital, made the leap from civilian to Soldier this summer and is ready for the new challenges and opportunities working in Army medicine will afford.

Defender of Liberty Award
CG Defender of Liberty award 4th quarter announcement
By USAREC PAO | Oct. 3, 2019
Congratulations to the following 138 stations and 11 companies for achieving the USAREC 4th quarter of fiscal year 2019 Defender of Liberty award. The criteria to receive this award is earned through hard work, perseverance, and sheer dedication as a team to every facet of the Recruiting mission.

Army Chaplains help others take small steps to save lives
By Leanne Thomas | Sept. 30, 2019
Every year, the Department of Defense observes the month of September as Suicide Prevention Month and this year’s theme is “Small steps save lives!” “Taking a small step means recognizing and responding to the signs of a person who is at-risk for a suicidal crisis,” explained the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade Chaplain Capt. William Yi. “And you care about these signs and that person.”

Civilian Employees of the year announced
2019 USAREC Civilian Employees of the Year announced
By | Sept. 10, 2019
U.S. Army Recruiting Command congratulates its 2019 Civilian Employees of the Year, who were selected from the headquarters and brigade-level winners.