SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. – Col. David O’Brien, command surgeon for U.S. Transportation Command, welcomed participants, June 27, to the Global Patient Movement Joint Advisory Board at Scott Air Force Base, Ill.
More than 100 medical personnel from all services and Health and Human Services attended the conference.
The doctors, nurses, medical technicians and healthcare workers are responsible for patient movement around the world.
Lt. Cmdr. William Howes, USTRANSCOM command surgeon’s office, helped arrange the event.
“The forum hosted by USTRANSCOM’s command surgeon is to set the strategic direction for relevant and effective patient-centered care,” Howes said, “and to bring together patient movement subject matters from all services.”
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The St. Louis Federal Executive Board recognized five U.S. Transportation Command individuals and the Acquisition directorate team at the board’s Excellence in Government and Combined Federal Campaign awards ceremony held May 9 in St. Louis.
A team of airmen and contractors from Air Mobility Command, the Central Command Deployment & Distribution Operation Center and the Defense Logistics Agency worked together to validate a big shredding theory.
I recently sat through a pretty detailed motorcycle fatality brief, and got to thinking about my own riding, and how I deal with risky behavior when I am a husband, and father of three children.
The next time you decide to use your cell phone while driving your car and think you’re still paying attention to your surroundings, you may be in for a rude awakening and very serious consequences.
ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH, 2013 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, A PROCLAMATION