A Medical Enlisted Military Web Community,
For all Military Services.
Past, Present, Future and Relatives of,
All are Welcome.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Da-Chief is Back.. Here to help

April 11, 2014 by  
Filed under Corpsman.com News

It’s been a LONG time. I turned Corpsman.com over to the hands of Indy back in 2012 and quite a bit has happened since. Indy right at this moment is finishing up IDC school.  He has just cleared clinicals and has a few more things to clear then will be a GENUINE IDC!  This could […]

Things change, but they stay in the family

In 2004, I was privileged to be given the Corpsman.com domain to work with from a former Doc.  His life’s journey had taken him off to do other things.  It was a gift of a lifetime for me. I love my rate in which I served for 24 years in the GREATEST NAVY in the […]

Eric D. Warren, Hospitalman, USN, KIA 26 May 2012, AFGHANISTAN

It is with a sad heart that I have to communicate that we lost a Doc in Afghanistan.. The Department of Defense announced today the death of a sailor who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Hospitalman Eric D. Warren, of Shawnee, Okla., died May 26 of wounds received in action due to an improvised explosive […]

Welcome Aboard Chief INDY!

April 23, 2012 by  
Filed under Corpsman.com News, Military Family

Just and update.. I want to thank everyone who donated to our site before.  Each and every one of them in the past years (Since 2004) have been and are appreciated. I want to welcome aboard a new partner with Corpsman.com.  Chief Indy, has come onboard and will be a major part of this site. […]

Corpsmen save crash victims

4/6/2012  By Cpl. Mark W. Stroud  , Marine Corps Bases Japan  CAMP DELARAM II, Afghanistan  — Two corpsmen were recognized for saving the lives of mass-casualty victims during a ceremony here March 28.Petty Officer 1st Class Louis Bismonte and Petty Officer 2nd Class Frederick B. Ehlers were awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for their life-saving […]

Medal of Honor recipient dies at 79 – Retired Master Chief Hospital Corpsman William Charette

By Gina Harkins – Staff writer – Navy Times Posted : Monday Mar 19, 2012 17:36:01 EDT Retired Master Chief Hospital Corpsman William Charette, who received a Medal of Honor for throwing his body on top of a patient during a grenade attack during the Korean War, has died. Charette, 79, died Sunday morning at […]

GI Bill students surprised when living stipend stops between semesters

Going to college on government promises gets tougher … By Rick Maze – Staff writer Military Times Posted : Tuesday Feb 28, 2012 14:57:23 EST Breaks between college terms have become tough on some students using the Post-9/11 GI Bill, they say, because they no longer receive living stipends during those periods. The change is […]

Scholarships for children of Navy enlisted medics (oops .. did they get that right?)

Navy Times Scoop Deck Posted by Bill McMichael March 6th, 2012 The Fleet Reserve Association today announced that it has established scholarships for the children of enlisted Navy medics. The Colonel Hazel Elizabeth Benn Scholarship Fund provides a $2,000 scholarship to an unmarried, dependent child of those who have served or are now serving” in […]

Navy Drug Testing Program Expands, Change Includes More Prescription Drug Testing

From Navy Medicine Support Command Public Affairs PORTSMOUTH, Va. (NNS) — Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) announced Feb. 23 that Navy Drug Screening Laboratories (NDSLs) will begin testing for additional prescription medications in May.   “The change is in response to an initiative from the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff […]

AF Flight Surgeon Makes Mark During Historic Space Flight

DOD News .. Written on February 16, 2012 at 12:31 pm by jtozer FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, Md. (AFNS) – The American public remembers John Glenn for his solo orbit around Earth. They remember Neil Armstrong for his walk on the moon. But few remember how Col. (Dr.) Vance H. Marchbanks Jr., one of the […]

Next Page »