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Friday, November 21, 2014

115 years young!

Happy Birthday to all those in the Hospital Corps – today marks our 115th Birthday and hopefully everyone had a chance to celebrate. As we continue to make new strides forging our future, let us not forget those who came before us and shared their knowledge and wisdom in order for us to be successful. […]

Happy Birthday!

Happy 120th Birthday to the CPO community! Your legacy of 120 years of true pride and tradition is strong, and will continue to reflect the proud traditions of our Navy heritage for many years to come. Congratulations! Tweet

Arcata, CA Navy Seal Killed In Afghanistan – November 24, 2012

                The Department of Defense announced today the death of a Sailor who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. Special Operator/Corpsman Kevin R. Ebbert, 32, of Arcata, California., died Nov. 24 while supporting stability operations in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. Ebbert was assigned to an East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare […]

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 […]

SPC Monica Brown (MEDIC) , USA to be awarded Silver Star

This is awesome! I know there are more women out there that deserve these awards.  They put their lives on the line day in and day out.  They give the same type of care that a male does in the combat environment. I want to personally congratulate SPC Brown(MEDIC) US ARMY, on this prestigious award.  I for […]

9/11 Ten Years Later

Your probably wondering why I don’t have a post up in commemoration of 9/11/01. It’s not that I have forgot, or I’m a Jerk. Far from it. Here is what I posted on Facebook Yesterday and it’s honestly how I feel. I don’t need a anniversary or holiday to remember 9/11.. You should never forget […]

First amputee corpsman to deploy to combat.

SAN DIEGO — The explosion of a bomb buried in a road in Ramadi, Iraq, killed the Marine driving the Humvee, fatally wounded the vehiclecommander and ripped through the body of then-Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class (FMF) Daniel Jacobs. Jacobs had landed in Iraq just weeks after joining the infantry unit — India Company, 3rd Battalion, 7th […]

HN Aaron Ullom KIA AFGHANISTAN 12 July 2011

()   MIDLAND — Friends saw courage within Aaron Ullom long before he died at war in Afghanistan on Tuesday as a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy. Ullom, 20, of Midland “was definitely brave,” recalled Arielle Stoneburner, 20, of Midland, a friend of Aaron Ullom who graduated with him from Midland High School in […]

Happy 113′th Hospital Corpsman!! June 17th 113 years strong!

  Happy Birthday Doc’s! Happy Birthday Hospital Corpsmen!! 113 years Strong!! New School, same old Doc’s.. Proud of you all.. BZ!! Da-Chief Corpsman.com Tweet

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