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Linda Foltz speaks during her retirement ceremony on Sept. 30 at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Foltz retired after 46 years working as a civilian in various roles at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency. She was the agency’s longest-tenured civilian employee.
Deputy Commander Col. Timothy Walsh and Sgt. Maj. Danyell Walters cut a cake to mark the first anniversary of U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command. AMLC was officially activated Sept. 17, 2019 as the Army’s primary medical logistics and sustainment command, responsible for managing the global supply chain and medical materiel readiness across the total force.
Focused on diversity and inclusion, Gen. Ed Daly, commanding general of Army Materiel Command, explains how the Army must lead the way in positive culture change as he speaks to leaders from Army Medical Logistics Command on Sept. 11 at Fort Detrick, Maryland. (Ellen Crown)
Army Medical Logistics Command Commander Brig. Gen. Michael Lalor, center, receives his one-star shoulder boards from Army Materiel Command Commanding Gen. Ed Daly, left, and his wife, Michelle, during a promotion ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland, on Sept. 11. (Photo Credit: Ellen Crown)
Army Medical Logistics Command Commander Brig. Gen. Michael Lalor, left, unfurls the new one-star flag with Sgt. Maj. Monnet Bushner, middle, during a promotion ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland, on Sept. 11. Sgt. 1st Class Brian Ockimey holds the flag staff. (Photo Credit: Ellen Crown)
Army Medical Logistics Command Commander Brig. Gen. Michael Lalor, left, receives his general officer belt from Sgt. Maj. Monnet Bushner, right, during a promotion ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland, on Sept. 11. Sgt. 1st Class Brian Ockimey, center, holds the proffer tray. (Photo Credit: Ellen Crown)
Soldiers with the 563rd Medical Logistics Company's forward logistics element load power distribution cables as part of a field training exercise, held Aug. 15-22 in South Korea.
Spc. Katrale D. Brown operates a forklift to load deployable shelter equipment as part of the 563rd Medical Logistics Company's field training exercise, held Aug. 15-22 in South Korea.
Soldiers load their bags onto vehicles prior to starting a 160-mile convoy from Camp Humphreys to Camp Carroll during a 563rd Medical Logistics Company field training exercise, held Aug. 15-22 in South Korea.
Soldiers assigned to the 563rd Medical Logistics Company's forward logistics element load field sets prior to executing convoy operations during a field training exercise, held Aug. 15-22 in South Korea.
Dave Williams retirement ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland, Aug. 21.
Spc. Riley Jackson administers a blood draw on Lt. Col. Marcus D. Perkins, commander of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea, during a field training exercise, held Aug. 10-14. The 95th Medical Detachment-Blood Support, a component of USAMMC-K, conducted the exercise to drill its prescreening procedures and practice operations for a large-scale blood collection event.
U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency Sgt. Maj. Monnet Bushner, right, discusses the Army’s Project Inclusion initiative to promote diversity, equity and inclusivity. Pictured with Bushner is Staff Sgt. Shakina Lewis, USAMMA detachment sergeant, and Maj. Christopher Baisa, an operations officer for USAMMA, a direct reporting unit to Army Medical Logistics Command.
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Master Sgt. Stacey Varga passes the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency colors to Col. Timothy Walsh during a Change of Command ceremony Aug. 7 at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Walsh relinquished command of USAMMA, a direct reporting unit to Army Medical Logistics Command, to Col. John “Ryan” Bailey. In the foreground are Bailey, left, and AMLC Commander Col. Michael Lalor. The ceremony also served as a Change of Responsibility for Varga and new USAMMA Sgt. Maj. Monnet Bushner.
Col. John “Ryan” Bailey accepts the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency colors to assume command during a Change of Command ceremony Aug. 7 at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Presenting Bailey with the colors is Col. Michael Lalor, commander of Army Medical Logistics Command. USAMMA is a direct reporting unit to AMLC.