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USASMA Dinner

16 December 2016, CSM Ecker briefed USASMA Class 67, FT Bliss, TX. He attended dinner with the 68 CMF NCOs in the course where his mentorship and words of wisdom were invaluable to these NCOs as they look forward to their careers as SGMs within the MEDCOM.

   

2016 CSM Summit

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2016 CSM Summit
   

On 29 August 2016 the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy held it’s opening ceremony for the 575 students of Class 67. In those ranks are 31 Active Duty and 5 Reserve/National Guard 68 CMF Master Sergeants. They will embark on a 10 month journey to become the next Enlisted top leaders within the Army Medical Department. We wish them all the best in their studies and look forward to calling them Sergeants Major.

   

MG Steve Jones, Commanding General AMEDDC&S,  2LT Claude A. Blereau, 2LT Steven F. Capen, 2LT Joshua K. Richter, 2LT Steven A Radloff, CSM Andrew Rhoades, Command Sergeant Major, AMEDDC&S

Picture from left to right - MG Steve Jones, Commanding General AMEDDC&S,  2LT Claude A. Blereau, 2LT Steven F. Capen, 2LT Joshua K. Richter, 2LT Steven A Radloff, CSM Andrew Rhoades, Command Sergeant Major, AMEDDC&S

The inaugural class of the Enlisted to Medical Degree Preparatory Program (EMDP2) kicked off in August of 2014.  The two year program prepares enlisted service members from all branches of service to take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) and be competitive for admittance into medical school.  On 10 June, 4 Soldiers from the inaugural class in-processed into the Basic Officer Leaders Course (BOLC), continuing their journey to becoming AMEDD Officers and doctors.  All four have been accepted into Uniformed Services University for Health Sciences (USUHS) and will begin their studies in medical school in the fall.  Their success in EMDP2 is a testament to the quality of Soldiers within our force and the support provided by USUHS.  For more information about EMDP2 please visit: http://enlistedcorps.amedd.army.mil/  and https://www.usuhs.edu/emdp2