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U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea outgoing commander Lt. Col. Marcus Perkins, right, passes the organizational colors to Army Medical Logistics Commander Col. Tony Nesbitt, center, as he relinquishes command on June 24, 2022. Lt. Col. Mark Sander, left, assumes command of the unit charged with providing continuous medical logistics support to sustain the readiness of U.S. Forces Korea throughout the full range of military operations.
Army Medical Logistics Command senior enlisted leader Sgt. Maj. Akram Shaheed passes the unit colors to color bearer Sgt. 1st Class Courtney Price-Davis during a change of responsibility ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland on June 14. Shaheed assumed responsibility from outgoing senior enlisted leader Sgt. Major Monnet Bushner. (Ellen Crown)
Then-U.S. Army captains, Christopher Baisa, left, and his brother, Michael Baisa, pose together for a photo. The identical twin brothers are currently majors in their 12th year of active duty service as Medical Service Corps officers. (U.S. Army photo courtesy Maj. Christopher Baisa)
Maj. Melisa Natapraya administers the oath of office to new 2nd Lts. David Aidoo and Ernesto Gonzalez during a commissioning ceremony May 20 at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland.
Col. Tony Nesbitt, commander of U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, speaks during a Healthcare Technology Management workshop at Fort Detrick, Maryland, on May 18. AMLC was the sponsor for the second annual event.
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A biomedical equipment technician at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency's Medical Maintenance Operations Division at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, works on a portable oxygen generator. (U.S. Army photo by Katie Ellis-Warfield/Released)
Lt. Col. Marcus D. Perkins, right, commander of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea, and Sgt. Maj. Joel Lara-Baeza, left, present its first Order of the Phoenix awards to Chon, Un-hyang, and So, Chang-kyong during the USAMMC-K staff appreciation dinner April 9. The Order of the Phoenix awards were created to recognize a lifetime of service to the medical materiel center. Not pictured is the third recipient, Choe, Song-kyu. (U.S. Army photo by Amy Gahan/Released)
Dr. Michiel Sampson-Ford, director of the Internal Review Audit and Compliance Office, or IRACO, at U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, is pictured in her office at Fort Detrick, Md. Dr. Sampson-Ford recently earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration, with an emphasis on finance and accounting, from Trident University International in Cypress, Calif.
U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea leaders take part in a discussion during a recent command off-site meeting that led to participation in a virtual forum March 4 to provide input to the Department of Defense’s Office of the Chief Digital and AI Officer as part of an ongoing effort examining the implications of artificial intelligence on medical sustainment workflow. (Courtesy Lt. Col. Marcus D. Perkins)
Migdalia “Miggy” Boyle poses with a 4-star commander’s coin presented virtually Feb. 10 by Gen. Ed Daly, commanding general of U.S. Army Materiel Command. Boyle, inventory manager for the Army’s Medical Chemical Defense Materiel program, will retire in May, capping off a 38-year career in federal service, including the past 16 years with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
Staff Sgt. Ella Greene, victim advocate for U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, participates in the "Chalk the Walk" event during AMLC's 2021 campaign in support of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. The command is hosting the same event during April 2022, along with several more in participation with this year's observance.
Pfc. Samuel Omojola sings the German national anthem during the ribbon cutting ceremony for the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Europe in Kaiserslautern Sept. 17, 2021. Now promoted to specialist, Omojola has been accepted into the U.S. Army Europe Band & Chorus.
Dr. Nathanael Rodriguez-Sanchez performs maintenance activities as part of his job as a team lead and Forward Repair Activity-Medical team member at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division in Tracy, California.