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COL Anthony "Tony" Nesbitt

Commander, Army Medical Logistics Command

COL Anthony Nesbitt was commissioned into the United States Army through the San Diego State University ROTC program in 1990.

His Medical Service Corps career of more than 30 years has spanned a full spectrum of assignments and command positions. Key assignments include: Division Medical Supply Officer, 10th Mountain Division; Battalion S3 and Company Commander, 2nd Infantry Division; Battalion Executive Officer, 16th Medical Logistics Battalion; Logistics and Plans Officer, Office of the Surgeon General; Logistics Operations Officer Joint Staff, Pentagon; Aide-de-Camp; Battalion Commander of the 56th Multifunctional Medical Battalion; Commander, 6th Medical Logistics Management Center; Commander, 1ST Medical BDE; The U.S. Army Medical Command/OTSG G-4, and most recently, The Chief of Staff of Regional Health Command-Central. Prior to joining AMLC, COL Nesbitt served as the Transformation Implementation Lead at the Office of the Deputy Surgeon General (OTSG).

COL Nesbitt has also participated in multiple training and deployment operations to include Operation Restore Hope, Somalia, Hurricane Andrew Relief, Operation Desert Thunder, and Operation Desert Fox. He has led Soldiers as a Multi-Functional Medical Battalion Commander - Medical Task Force Commander in support of Haiti Earthquake Relief operations, and the Medical BDE Commander - Medical Task Force Commander in support of ARCENT in South West Asia.

Academic achievements include a Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Administration, a Master of Science in Management, and a Master of Science in Strategic Studies. He is also a graduate of the Combat Casualty Care Course, the Combined Arms Service Staff School, the Command and General Staff Course, the Medical Materiel Management Internship, the Joint Staff Internship, Training with Industry Fellow with the Logistics Management Institute, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks Pennsylvania.

He has earned several military awards, distinguished recognitions awards and decorations to include the Legion of Merit with five oak leaf clusters, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with four silver oak leaf clusters, Army Commendation Medal, Humanitarian Assistance Medal, Expeditionary Service Medal, Military Outstanding Voluntary Service Medal, the Expert Field Medical Badge, the Airborne Badge, the Air Assault Badge, the Army Staff Officer Badge and the Joint Staff Action Officer Badge.

COL Nesbitt also serves as the Army Surgeon General Consultant for medical logistics and is a distinguished member of the Order of Military Medical Merit (O2M3).