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Biomedical equipment specialists at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division in Tracy, California, calibrate medical equipment in the special purpose Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment, or TMDE, lab.
Isaac Newman, right, director of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division in Tracy, California, assists with moving a desk and office equipment as part of the division’s move to a different, more modern building at Tracy Defense Distribution Depot. Also pictured is Cameron Campbell, a lead for MMOD-Tracy’s Forward Repair Activity-Medical team.
Javier Jesconstantine pushes a cart of equipment as the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division in Tracy, California, prepares to relocate to another building at Tracy Defense Distribution Depot. Jesconstantine serves as a lead for Forward Repair Activity-Medical team based out of MMOD-Tracy.
George Takacs, a biomedical equipment technician with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency, works on a field aspirator Nov. 2 while on a temporary duty, or TDY, assignment to Army Prepositioned Stocks-2, known as APS-2, in Germany. Takacs is an experienced technician from USAMMA’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division in Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, who has gone TDY on many occasions to support medical readiness over his 19 years of federal civilian service, including to many sites outside of the continental U.S.
A trainer with the Business Support Office at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency conducts onsite Defense Medical Logistics-Enterprise Solutions training with an Army medical logistics company preparing to deploy. The training events include a culminating exercise where Soldiers put their knowledge and skills to the test in a real-world scenario.
Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command and 72nd Medical Veterinary Service Support Detachment collaborated to test the Vet X-ray Apparatus-Small at Fort Campbell, Ky., Sept. 29, 2022. The collaboration tested the feasibility of expeditionary lab equipment to fill a critical gap in U.S. military veterinary medicine in austere environments. USAMMDA, is the U.S. Army’s premier developer of new drugs, vaccines, devices and medical support equipment, routinely partners with both U.S. Department of Defense units and non-DOD organizations to provide Warfighters high-quality medical capabilities. (Courtesy Photo by Austin Langdon/Released)
Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command and 72nd Medical Veterinary Service Support Detachment collaborated to test the Vet X-ray Apparatus-Small at Fort Campbell, Ky., Sept. 29, 2022. The collaboration tested the feasibility of expeditionary lab equipment to fill a critical gap in U.S. military veterinary medicine in austere environments. USAMMDA, is the U.S. Army’s premier developer of new drugs, vaccines, devices and medical support equipment, routinely partners with both U.S. Department of Defense units and non-DOD organizations to provide Warfighters high-quality medical capabilities. (Courtesy Photo by Austin Langdon/Released)
Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command and 72nd Medical Veterinary Service Support Detachment collaborated to test the Vet X-ray Apparatus-Small at Fort Campbell, Ky., Sept. 29, 2022. The collaboration tested the feasibility of expeditionary lab equipment to fill a critical gap in U.S. military veterinary medicine in austere environments. USAMMDA, is the U.S. Army’s premier developer of new drugs, vaccines, devices and medical support equipment, routinely partners with both U.S. Department of Defense units and non-DOD organizations to provide Warfighters high-quality medical capabilities. (Courtesy Photo by Austin Langdon/Released)
Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command and 72nd Medical Veterinary Service Support Detachment collaborated to test the Vet X-ray Apparatus-Small at Fort Campbell, Ky., Sept. 29, 2022. The collaboration tested the feasibility of expeditionary lab equipment to fill a critical gap in U.S. military veterinary medicine in austere environments. USAMMDA, is the U.S. Army’s premier developer of new drugs, vaccines, devices and medical support equipment, routinely partners with both U.S. Department of Defense units and non-DOD organizations to provide Warfighters high-quality medical capabilities. (Courtesy Photo by Austin Langdon/Released)
Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command and 72nd Medical Veterinary Service Support Detachment collaborated to test the Vet X-ray Apparatus-Small at Fort Campbell, Ky., Sept. 29, 2022. The collaboration tested the feasibility of expeditionary lab equipment to fill a critical gap in U.S. military veterinary medicine in austere environments. USAMMDA, is the U.S. Army’s premier developer of new drugs, vaccines, devices and medical support equipment, routinely partners with both U.S. Department of Defense units and non-DOD organizations to provide Warfighters high-quality medical capabilities. (Courtesy Photo by Austin Langdon/Released)
Soldiers and civilians assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command and 72nd Medical Veterinary Service Support Detachment collaborated to test the Vet X-ray Apparatus-Small at Fort Campbell, Ky., Sept. 29, 2022. The collaboration tested the feasibility of expeditionary lab equipment to fill a critical gap in U.S. military veterinary medicine in austere environments. USAMMDA, is the U.S. Army’s premier developer of new drugs, vaccines, devices and medical support equipment, routinely partners with both U.S. Department of Defense units and non-DOD organizations to provide Warfighters high-quality medical capabilities. (Courtesy Photo by Austin Langdon/Released)
Col. Tony Nesbitt, commander, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, speaks to other MEDLOG leaders during the “MEDLOG in Campaigning’ off-site at Army Material Command’s headquarters at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama, Sept. 12-14. The purpose of this off-site was to develop support frameworks for Class VIIIA distribution, materiel management, maintenance and information technology system integration to work within the current Army Sustainment Enterprise software solution, which is Global Combat Support System-Army.
Col. Tony Nesbitt, commander, U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, speaks to a breakout working group during the “MEDLOG in Campaigning’ off-site at U.S. Army Material Command’s headquarters at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama, Sept. 12-14. The purpose of this off-site was to develop support frameworks for Class VIIIA distribution, materiel management, maintenance and information technology system integration to work within the current Army Sustainment Enterprise software solution, which is Global Combat Support System-Army.
Leigh Anne Alexander, who serves as director of the Integrated Logistics Support Center at U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, works with the materiel management working group during the “MEDLOG in Campaigning’ off-site at U.S. Army Material Command’s headquarters at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama, Sept. 12-14. The purpose of this off-site was to develop support frameworks for Class VIIIA distribution, materiel management, maintenance and information technology system integration to work within the current Army Sustainment Enterprise software solution, which is Global Combat Support System-Army.
A worker in the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea distribution warehouse prepares a pallet of medical materiel for delivery to a customer. USAMMC-K was recently recognized for its strong safety culture with the U.S. Army Safety Excellence Streamer, which requires zero incidents in the past 12 months and 100% participation in required risk management training
Personnel assigned to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea deliver boxes of ancillary kits for COVID-19 vaccine and booster administration to USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) during a Sept. 23 port visit to Busan, Republic of Korea. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Camanita Ieremia)
USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), a Nimitz-class supercarrier, arrives in port at Busan, Republic of Korea.
Pete Ramos is pictured in several stages of his more than 25 years service to the U.S. Army. From left, Ramos is pictured as a new enlistee in 1988, as a lieutenant colonel just before his active-duty retirement in 2018, and as a current civilian employee at U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command.
Jorge Magana is pictured over his years of service. From left, the now-retired chief warrant officer four is pictured in 1995 as a new enlistee, just before his active-duty retirement in 2020, and in 2022 as a civilian employee, serving as director of the Medical Maintenance Management Directorate at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency.
Lt. Col. Mark Sander, right, commander of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea, presents USAMMC-K coins to reserve Soldiers from the 401st Medical Logistics Company following training in August during Ulchi Freedom Shield, a joint exercise with Korean forces.