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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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USAREC announces 2020 NCOs of the year
USAREC announces 2020 NCOs of the year
By | Oct. 1, 2020
U.S. Army Recruiting Command leaders have selected the four 2020 noncommissioned officers of the year.

(Left to Right) Caleb and Joshua Pym arrive at Fort Knox, Ky., to conduct the Candidate Fitness Assessment (CFA) as part of their application for entrance into a U.S. military academy. 
Photo courtesy Mrs. Melody Pym
Southern Indiana Twins Compete for Military Academy Scholarships
By Randall Lescault | Sept. 8, 2020
Two motivated, fit southern Indiana twins have their sights set on military academy scholarships, and they recently came to Fort Knox to complete their Candidate Fitness Assessments, a requirement for the scholarship application process.

Maj. Brit Geisler, recruiting integration officer representing the Army Medical Corps to the U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade, was recently selected to participate in Iron Majors Week. She was one of only nine Medical Corps officers selected. (Kim Soice, U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade)
Medical Recruiting Brigade officer selected for Iron Majors Week
By Randall Lescault | Aug. 6, 2020
A recruiting integration officer representing the U.S. Army Medical Corps at U.S. Army Recruiting Medical Recruiting Brigade was recently selected to attend Iron Majors Week.

Maj. Gen Frank Muth, commanding general of U.S. Army Recruiting command, passes the Medical Recruiting Brigade colors to Col. Gary Cooper, the incoming commander, during a ceremony at Fort Knox’s Waybur Theater July 10, 2020. (Charles Leffler, Fort Knox Visual Information)
Medical Recruiting Brigade welcomes new command team during time of change
By Kim Soice | July 10, 2020
U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Brigade welcomed a new command team during a change of command and change of responsibility ceremony at Fort Knox July 10.

SSG Channing Hosey
USAREC Best Warrior named after first-ever virtual competition
By Amanda Surmeier | July 8, 2020
A 2nd Recruiting Brigade Soldier was named the U.S. Army Recruiting Command Best Warrior after the command’s first virtual competition held June 22-25. Staff Sgt. Channing Hosey, who is a recruiter in the Raleigh Battalion, won the weeklong competition, which included a combination of physical challenges at the home station and a virtual board to test their knowledge.

Capt. Olivia, Benzing serves as a Norton Healthcare nurse in Louisville, Kentucky, and as a critical care nurse in the U.S. Army Reserve. Benzing joined the Army Reserve in 2013 at the age of 25. In this photo Benzing is a newly commissioned officer.
Army Reserve nurse shares reasons to serve
By Lori Kullberg | June 16, 2020
Capt. Olivia Benzing serves as a U.S. Army Reserve Critical Care Nurse while taking care of local patients at Norton Healthcare

130 healthcare professionals take the oath of commissioned officers  during first-ever virtual commissioning ceremony, led by U.S. Army Surgeon General, Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle.
Army healthcare professionals answer call to service
By Lori Kullberg | June 9, 2020
The 3rd Medical Recruiting Battalion welcomed 10 new medical officers to the Army during the first-ever, nationwide virtual commissioning ceremony hosted by U.S. Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. R. Scott Dingle May 20.

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.