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S: Expeditionary Medical Facility Kuwait Lima Det

BC: Boots On Ground USA NOV 2011 | Mission Complete

FC: EXPEDITIONARY MEDICAL FACILITY KUWAIT | LIMA DET FEBRUARY 2011-NOVEMBER 2011

1: MISSION | We provide forward, responsive, quality expeditionary medical care to coalition military forces, returning ready forces, to the fight within the CENTCOM AOR. | VISION | We will be the Navy's premier, forward deployed medical facility, restoring health and well-being to those entrusted to our care.

3: In November 2011, EMFK handed over responsibility to the Army's 325th CSH making LIMA Det the last Navy unit to occupy EMFK. The end of an era.... | In April 2004, the Navy took command of the Army's 801st Combat Support Hospital in Kuwait. The facility served as a hub for medical operations in the CENTCOM AOR. The original EMF-44 facility operated completely out of tents and had a staffing of 378 personnel. By 2008 a fixed hard structure with state of the art equipment and the ability to provide stateside Garrison level health care was established. Today, staffed by 220 members of the LIMA detachment, EMFK continues to support operations OEF/OND with urgent and emergent medical services.

4: Commanding Officer | CAPT Kenneth J. Iverson, MC Feb 2011 - May 2011 | CAPT Iverson obtained a Master of Divinity degree from Central Baptist Theological Seminary in 1981 and a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Minnesota under the Navy's HPSP in 1986 and completed a Navy Family Medicine residency at Naval Hospital Pensacola. From 1986-2005 Captain Iverson served as Family Physician Branch Medical Facility LaMeddalena, Italy, Resuscitative Medicine Director Naval Hospital Orlando, Family Physician Naval Hospital Rota, Spain and Naval Hospital Pensacola as well as a tour at Naval Hospital Sigonella, Italy serving as Chairman of ECOMS. After training at NASA, he directed the regional space shuttle support unit, training and developing trauma teams to various transatlantic airstrips in Europe and Africa on call at each Space Shuttle launch. In 2006 he received a Master of Arts Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. From 2008-2010, he served as the Executive Officer of Naval Hospital Bremerton. He assumed duties of Commanding Officer EMF-Kuwait in May 2010 and was relieved by CAPT Turner in May 2011.

5: Commanding Officer CAPT(SWO) Dick W. Turner, NC May 2011 - Nov 2011 | CAPT Turner received his commission as a SWO IN 1974 and served for 18 years in the Active and Reserve units. In 1992 he was deployed in support of Operation Desert Storm. Upon returning he completed a BSN from the University of Missouri-Columbia and was commissioned as a LT in the Nurse Corps. He received a Perioperative Subspecialty and served at NMC Portsmouth, NH Guam and NH Bremerton. He completed a Masters of Public Administration Degree in 2000. He has held Deputy Director positions with the Medical Services and Healthcare Business Directorates at NH Bremerton, OIC positions at NBHC Bangor, WA, and NBHC Port Hueneme, CA. After 9/11 he was recognized by the Surgeon General for propelling a change to the Navy Medical flag hoist from Charlie Golf One(Standing By To Assist You) to Charlie Papa(Proceeding To Your Assistance). CAPT Turner assumed his duties as Commanding Officer from CAPT Iverson in May 2011 after serving as Executive Officer since Jan 2011.

6: EXECUTIVE OFFICER CAPT(FMF/PJ) WALTER BEW,MC MAY 2011 - NOV 2011 | CAPT Bew obtained a BS in Biology from the College of William and Mary in 1988 and joined the Navy as a direct accession. In 1992 he received a Doctorof Medicine degree from USUHS. He completed a Family Medicine Residency while at NH Pensacola. He served follow on assignments at USNH Keflavik and NH Pensacola between 1995 - 2002, before being selected for a Sports Medicine fellowship at NHCP.Tours as a Sports Medicine Physician followed at Camp LeJeune and NHP. From Sept 2007 to May 2008 he served as the SMO for the 1st Battery 10th Regiment2nd Marine Division Task Force Military Police at Camp LeJeune and Camp Fallujah. From June 2008 to July 2010 he served as Dept. Head FamilyMedicine and then Associate Director Medical Services at NHP.In August 2010 he transferred to NHC New England as the Director for the Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Team, before deployment to EMF Kuwait in an 2011 and assuming the role of Executive Officer in May 2011.

7: COMMAND MASTER CHIEF HMCM(SCW/AW/SW)DANA GOODWIN | Master Chief Goodwin enlisted in the Navy July 1983. He attended basic training in Orlando, FLA, and then served aboard the USS VANCOUVER (LPD-2). He attended Hospital Corpsman "A" School in San Diego prior to reporting for duty at NMCP. In January 1988 he attended Preventative Medicine Technician "C " School in Oakland, CA, and subsequently served at NMC Annapolis; on the USS FORRESTAL (CV-59); with NMCB Seven; at NH Cherry Point; and on the USS ENTERPRISE (CVN-65). He earned his Seabee Combat, Surface, and Air Warfare qualifications. In October 2002 he reported to NMCP and in April 2004 was promoted to Master Chief. In June 2004 he became the Command Master Chief, Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center, Portsmouth, and also of the Naval School of Health Sciences, Portsmouth, before selection as the last Command Master Chief of the Expeditionary Medical Facility Kuwait.

8: LCDR Matthew Stevens Portsmouth, VA | RELIGIOUS MINISTRIES | Det LIMA's Chaplain and Religious Program Specialist (RP) ensured the spiritual needs of EMFK's staff and patients were met. Chaplain Stevens was present at nearly every EMFK event, conducting multiple workshop's. The team also led or participated at various church services at Camp Arifjan. They also conducted the United Through Reading program, allowing deployed personnel to reach out and bond with their children at home through the reading of children's books. | RPC(FMF) Michelle GuzmanRoberts Colorado Springs, CO

10: The Directorate for Administration is the most diverse at EMF Kuwait. The directorate is composed of five departments including Administration (S-1), Operations (S-3), Supply (S-4), Communications (S-6) and Patient Administration. The directorate is responsible for the efficient and effective administrative operations of EMF Kuwait, ensuring continuous support in the delivery of high quality medical care to Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, DoD Civilians and designated DoD Contractors in the CENTCOM AOR. | DIRECTORATE FOR ADMINISTRATION | CDR(SW/FMF) Paul B. Durand, MSC Director Chesapeake, VA | MACS(SW) Thomas Russ SEL Baltimore, MD

11: DFA Formation

12: The S-1 Department is a one stop shop to handle all your administrative needs. It is manned by a multitude of rates such as PS, YN, LS, and Air Force personnel. They process and route various correspondences including letter, directives, awards, fitreps, and evals as well as process pay and travel entitlements. S-1 also manages the unit mailroom, ensuring mail is picked up and delivered to staff personnel on a daily basis. | S1

13: MAJ Marian Heninburg MSC Mobile AL | PS1(SW) James Long Lexington, SC | PS1(SW/AW) Antionette White Sacramento, CA | SSGT Jennifer Hoskins Ventura, CA | LS3 Erin Meyer Nowhere, MN | YN2(SS) Ronald Addington Williamsburg, KY | SSGT Titice Beverly Los Angeles, CA | MAJ Justice, Sakyi DH Bowie, MD | YNC(SW/AW)Justin McKaye, LCPO Sugarland, TX

14: The sailors of the Operations Department work behind the scenes to consistently provide logistical medical support to all we see. The Armory Division is responsible for maintaining and safeguarding the weapons of EMFK as well as those patients checking in and out of the facility. The Facilities Division is responsible for building maintenance and construction, as well as service contracts. The Security Division is responsible for safety and security during mass casualties, as well as personal safety of distinguished visitors. The Transportation Division is responsible for the safe movement of patients and staff within the Kuwait AOR. | S3 | LT Adrain D. Felder, MSC DH Florence, SC | MACS(SW) Tom Russ LCPO Baltimore, MD | S-3

15: AM1(AW) Timothy McMichael Suffolk, VA | ABH1(AW) Keith D. Germano Avon, NY | AE1(AW/SW) Curtis Huff Browns Mills, NJ | MA2 James P. Carroll Boston, MA | GSM2(SW) Henry Nuqui Bangkok, Thailand | CS2(SS) Shawn Guitang Orange County, CA | CS2(SW) Isaac A. Walker Thomaston, GA | MA3 Kevin Sefcovic Rockford, MI | MA3(EXW) Danielle Panting Huntingdon, TN

16: The S-4 department provides comprehensive logistics, financial and material support and equipment management to EMF and the outlying Troop Medical Clinics. They ensure expert inventory management and responsive equipment repair to ensure continuous patient care services. Their goal is to implement "out of the box" logistic strategies and deliver the right material to the right location at the right time. | LT Terri Osner, MSC DH Beaufort, SC | LSC(SW) Leroy Charles LCPO Powder Springs, GA | S-4

17: LS1(AW) Angie Ramirez LPO Waianae, HI | LS1(SW) Richard B. Saroca Pangasinan, Philippines | HM1(FMF/PJ) Nathan White Fontana, CA | LS2(SW/AW) Luis Jauregui San Diego, CA | HM2 Xavier Perezmendez Moca, Puerto Rico | LS2(SW/AW) Jojuan James Danville, VA | LS2(SW) Teddy Jnbaptiste Brooklyn, NY | CS3 Dylan Smith Truth and Consequences, NM | HN(SW) Christopher Faison Newburgh, NY

18: The S-6 Department manages all communications and security clearances for EMF Kuwait and the four outlying Troop Medical Clinics. The mission of the S-6 is to enable quality patient care be being responsible to all communication needs and providing outstanding customer service. This involves troubleshooting, accounts management, systems maintenance, hardware and software Life Cycle management and ensuring communications on various platforms are 100% operational and available to staff 24/7. Additionally, S-6 serves as a liaison between the Army's Information Technology components throughout Kuwait. | S6 | Place Group Picture Here

19: LT William Berg, MSC DH San Antonio, TX | ITSC(SS) Chris D. Robinson LCPO Belfair, WA | IT1(SW/EXW) Gincie Rhodes LPO Virginia Beach, VA | IT2(SW) Eddie Fuller Dallas, TX | IT3 Alicia Hamill Red Bluff, CA | IT3 Andrew Keller San Mateo, CA

20: Essentially three departments in one, Patient Administration also comprise of Medical Regulating Office and Nurse Case Management. Operating 24 hours a day, it is the most demanding administrative department at EMFK with the greatest impact on the continuity of care for American and Coalition Forces. Interacting with clinical staffs, external patient movement entities, and higher authority, they are responsible for Aero-medical evacuations, ground and helo MEDEVAC's, cross border patient transfers, host-nation care management, admissions and dispositions, specialty consults, CENTCOM Return to Duty Program, operation forces medical liaison, decedent affairs, eligibility and benefits, American Red Cross notifications, patient registration, health information privacy and management (medical records), MASCAL patient tracking, and so much more. | PATIENT ADMINISTRATION | LCDR Maria C. Coon, MSC DH Bethesda, MD | HMC(FMF) Tirso R. Sison, LCPO Bakersfield, CA | LTJG Ferran Mora, NC San Diego, Ca | LCDR Donna Sporrer, MSC Boston, MA

21: HM3 Chad Greco Scottsdale, AZ | HM3 Thurman McCray Memphis, TN | HN Demetric Lebron Wade Chattanooga, TN | HM2(SW) Elijah Cantiga Santa Clara, CA | HM2(SW/AW) Nenita Stockwell San Diego, CA | HM2 Adrianna Gonzalez Turlock, CA | HM1 Virginia Robles San Benito, TX | HM1(FMF) Apolinario Enguillado Bay Area, CA | HM2(SW/AW) Shaneka Cromartie Chicago, IL

22: The Directorate for Clinical Services at EMF Kuwait is directly responsible for the delivery of healthcare services to all U.S. Military and Coalition forces as well as all DoD employees and eligible contract personnel within the Kuwait AOR. Professional services include emergency and primary care, optometry, dental, general surgery, orthopedics, ob/gyn, internal medicine, and pulmonology. The professional staff's professionalism and dedication to accomplishing the mission is evident by the successful treatment of critically ill and injured patients and has played a significant role in increasing combat readiness. | DIRECTORATE OF CLINICAL SERVICES | HMC(FMF) Christian PenaMenjivar SEL Los Angeles, CA | CDR Joseph Sposato Director Chesapeake, VA

24: CDR(SW) Kathaleen Sikes, NC OIC LaPorte, IN | TROOP MEDICAL CLINIC | CDR Theresa Everest NC Great Lakes, IL | CDR(SW) Barbara Mullen, NC Warrington, PA | Troop Medical Clinic Arifjan provides primary care services to all U.S. military and coalition forces as well as eligible DoD civilians and contractors. Additionally, the clinic staffs an acute care clinic that addresses the urgent care needs of the Camp Arifjan population. | MAJ Christopher Tsueda, MC Louisville, KY | LT Mark Reed MC Sterling, KS | LCDR(SW) Deepti Moon, MC Fairfax, VA | CPT Zackary Kent MC Omaha, NE | CPT Charlene Talley, MC Camden, NJ

25: HM1(FMF) Holly Peck, LPO Waterbury, CT | HN Tommy McGrath Lemoore, CA | HM3 Christopher Franklin Greenville, SC | LTJG(SW) Marisa McCullers, NC Oceanside, CA | HM3 Tommy Tannehill Destin, FL | HM3 Dimengo Smith Inglewood, CA | CPT Melissa Penny MC Sioux City, IA | HM1 Dennis Amador IDC Rosenberg, TX

26: SPECIALTY CLINIC | The EMF Kuwait Specialty Clinic encompasses the specialty services of general surgery, orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, internal medicine and pulmonology. Their mission is to treat and return the service member to the fight within the theater.

27: LCDR Jesus Castillo MC Miami, FL | HM1(FMF/SW/AW) John Watkins , LPO Miami, FL | HM2 Joseph Ichull San Diego, CA | HM2 Amber Smith San Diego, CA | HM3 Patricia Spica Spokane, WA | HN Zachary Timmons Odin, IL | CDR(SW) Alfredo Ramirez, MC DH San Diego, CA | CDR Ruth Duda MC Jacksonville, FL | CAPT Robert Menzies MC Pensacola, FL

28: The mission of the Mental Health Department is to provide outpatient evaluations and treatment, combat and operational stress interventions, and limited inpatient mental health services for all eligible personnel, and consultation with medical and line commands in the areas covered by the Army Central Command (ARCENT), Kuwait. | MENTAL HEALTH

29: SSGT Andrew Cato NCOIC Las Vegas, NV | SSGT Veronica Ahumada Los Angeles, CA | LTC Louis Papa, MC DH Dover, DE | MAJ Gail Bates MC Sacramento, CA | A1C Steven Scott Katzenbach, GE | CPT Crescent Seibert MC Norridgewock, ME

30: Mental Health II

31: MAJ Rena Nicholas, BSC DH Del Norte, CA | MAJ Cynthia Rutherford MC Aspen, CO | CPT Luke Michels MC Sonoma, CA | SrA Amanda Collins NCOIC Paris, TN | A1C Scott Baldwin Taylor, AZ | SrA David Garcia Okinawa, Japan

32: OPTOMETRY | Optometry's vision is to set the standard in primary vision care services by providing unsurpassed readiness support and force health protection. The Optometry clinic supports operational readiness for the CENTCOM AOR by providing in depth eye exams, vision screenings and the fabrication of military eyewear for all beneficiaries. Optometry's mission has maintained and integral part in assuring the readiness and success of the forward deployed Airmen, Marines, Soldiers and Sailors in the operational theater.

33: CDR Stephen Cooley, MSC DH Pensacola, FL | HM1(SW/AW) David Garcia, LPO San Antonio, TX | HM2 Kwasi Appiah Kumasi, Ghana | HM1(SW/AW) Niel Calpo Norfolk, VA

34: DIRECTORATE OF CLINICAL SUPPORT SERVICES | The Directorate of Clinical Support Services consists of the best and brightest most technically diverse directorate at EMFK with a staff of 25 members. Ancillary Services is composed of Laboratory, Radiology, Physical Therapy, and Pharmacy departments who are committed to providing excellent patient care and customer service. | CDR Gregory Hall, MC Director Jacksonville, NC | HMC(SW) Ernesto Calvillo SEL Baldwin Park, CA

36: LABORATORY | The Laboratory at EMFK is a robust 24-hour testing facility. It provides phlebotomy services, chemistry, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis and serology testing, processing about 6,000 samples per month. Maintaining a supply of red blood cells, fresh frozen plasma and cryoprecipitate allows EMFK to provide life-saving care to trauma patients in an emergency or mass casualty situation. The team is responsible for supporting 100 percent of microbiology testing for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy in the Kuwait Theater.

37: HM1(FMF/SW) Certo Brand, LPO Detroit, MI | SrA Samantha Allen New Hartford, CT | MSGT David LaRowe NCOIC Dayton, FL | HN Aaron Wells Houston, TX | HM2(SW) Nick Richards Wichita, KS | HM2 Marco Toledo San Diego, CA | TSGT Aschia Frederick Newport News, VA | SSGT Elizabeth Cruz Chicago, IL | LCDR Todd Tetreault, MSC DH Westville, NY

38: PHARMACY | The EMF Kuwait Pharmacy Department is a forward deployed, level III pharmacy, operating 24/7. It is the central location of pharmacy operations for Camp Arifjan and outlying clinics. The department routinely serves U.S. military forces, coalition forces and authorized civilian personnel. Patient care is the top priority of the EMFK Pharmacy Department.

39: LT Ian Waugh, MSC DH Portsmouth, VA | HM1(FMF/SW/AW) Karlo Atienza, LPO San Diego, CA | SGT Jimmy Barnett Flint, MI | HM3 Mario Acosta Morales Wallingford, CT | HM3 Ralph Monzon, Olongapo, Subic, PI | HM3 Damon Gonzalez Mondevill, Jamaica | HM3 Jeffrey White Boston, MA

40: RADIOLOGY | The Radiology department at EMFK is responsible for the performance and interpretation of diagnostic radiology studies. They are committed to providing optimal patient care to the warriors at Camp Arifjan and outlying clinics. Imaging offered at EMFK includes fluoroscopy, computed radiography, computed tomography, ultrasonography, and MRI interpretations. They cater to non-ambulatory and emergent patients on the Ward and CASREC and the operating room using portable x-ray units.

41: CDR Gregory Hall, MC DH Jacksonville, NC | HM1(SW) Dorothy Hart Jacksonville, FL | HM1 Robert Mowry Circleville, OH | HM1(SW/AW) Henry Becoat LPO Florence, SC | HM2(SW) Michael Harris Henderson, NC | HM2 Cynthia Martens Faifield, IA | HM2(SW/AW) Jasepth Tillman Buffalo, NY

42: Physical Therapy | EMF-KÂ’s Physical Therapy Department provides forward, responsive, quality care to coalition forces who have sustained neuromusculoskeletal injuries, returning them to the fight within the CENTCOM AOR. They pride themselves in providing therapeutic torture sessions which improve quality of health resulting in an expedited return to the battlefield.

43: HM2(FMF)Zachary Boles Decatur, IL | HM2 Mahamdou Oumarou Niamey, Niger | HM3 Yvette Pena-Pulido Michoacan, Mexico | LT Marissa Taylor MSC DH Green Mountain, NC | HM1(FMF) Romulo Urtula, LPO Seattle, WA

44: DIRECTORATE OF NURSING SERVICES | The Directorate of Nursing Services is entrusted to provide care for all patients requiring emergency, inpatient, and surgical intervention. This group of nurses and corpsman are from a variety of backgrounds, ranging from medical-surgical nursing to obstetric and emergency care. As a group, they provide the staffing for the various hospital units including; Casualty Receiving, Multi-Service Ward, Surgical and Intensive Care. The DNS staff contributes greatly to EMFK’s Mission and in support of Operation New Dawn by caring for medical and surgical cases in theater as well as facilitating medical evacuations of high acuity patients to higher echelons of care. | CDR(SW) Paul Arp, NC Director Moyock, NC | HMC(FMF/SW)Karin Harnishfeger SEL Bremerton, WA

45: CASREC/WARD

46: LTJG Adam Arrogante NC Jacksonville, FL | LTJG Todd Wentz NC Johnstown, PA | LT Annette Hemphill, NC DH Kennewick, WA | LT Maura Adams NC New Market, MD | LTJG Jessica Belz NC Mobile, AL | LTJG Sarah Rogers NC Edgewood, MD | Am | Healers of Mind, Body and Spirit.

47: LTJG ShelleyReimer NC Harrisburg, PA | LTJG David Potter NC Knoxville, TN | LTJG Gary Laccay NC Lorton, VA | LTJG Rachel White NC High Point, NC | ENS Marissa Gonzalez NC Honolulu, HI | Ambassadors of Hope.

48: HM3 Toddy Clements Hazlehurst, MS | HM3 Phillip Lesueur Garden City, NY | HM3 Ferdinand Chua Manila, Phillipines | HM3 Mayori Perez Miami, FL | HM3 Ross Schnitzler Honolulu, HI | HM1 Stephanie Jordan LPO Perry, GA | Honor. Courage. Commitment.

49: HN Anthony Ybarbo Houston, TX | HM3 Jose Ortiz Mecca, Ca | HM3 Nicholas Randol New Braunfels, TX

50: OPERATING ROOM | The Main Operating Room is a multi-functional space consisting of a preoperative patient holding area, two operating rooms, post anesthesia care unit, and anesthesia department. They provide care to surgical patients to ensure optimal mission capability of expeditionary forces within the CENTCOM AOR.

51: CDR Carol Burroughs, NC DH Pensacola, FL | CDR Melissa Barnett NC Cincinnati, OH | LCDR Robert Bettis MC Virginia, VA | HM1(FMF) Tisa Pocharasang LPO Wichita Falls, TX | HM2 Joy Page Union Bridge, MD | HM2(FMF/SW) Brandon Atencio Colorado Springs, CO

52: DIRECTORATE OF BRANCH CLINICS | The Director of Branch Clinics gives oversight into the direction and organization for the Troop Medical Clinics at the outlying camps of Camp Buehring, Camp Virginia, Life Support Area on Ali Al Salem Air Base and Kuwait Naval Base with the EMFK. The Director gives direct support to each of the OIC's with management and daily operations of each clinic whose sole purpose is to provide minor urgent care and primary dental care to the U.S. military, DoD civilians and contractors. | HMC(SW) Joseph Bone SEL Newhall, CA | CDR(FS) Edward Miles, MC Director Carrollton, VA

53: KNB | The Troop Medical Clinic at Kuwait Naval Base(KNB) while comprised mostly of Army medics, had 3 of our outstanding Lima Det sailors leading the charge seeing approximately 50-60 patients a week. The KNB clinic was responsible for the medical readiness and health of 1100 soldiers and sailors as well as providing medical support for ships coming in/out of port. | HM2 Laura Aeria San Diego, CA | HM1(SW/FMF) Terrance Hamilton, LPO Abilene,TX | HM3 Daniel Prude Waukegan, IL

54: LSA | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services. | Troop Medical Clinic Life Support Area(LSA)provides en-route medical care to the war fighter at the Theater Gateway to the Iraq and Afghanistan AOR. They operate in a tri-service environment on Ali Al Salem AB, aka “The Rock”. They support four tenant commands consisting of Command Cell, Task Force Gateway, Navy Mobile Construction Battalion, and the Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. A small but tight knit group; they provide urgent and routine care as well as ancillary support with limited lab and pharmacy services.

55: LCDR(SW)Michele Overton MC OIC Bettendorf, IA | LT Igenea Butler NC Portsmouth, VA | HM1(SCW) Antonio Thompson, LPO McComb, MS | HN Zachary Stewart Tampa, FL | HM3 Kyle Fackender Kaiserslautern, GE | HM2(SW) Marckendly Villiers Miami, FL | HM3 Emmanuel Igene Benin City, Nigeria

56: HM1(AW)Clinton Jackson LPO Montgomery, AL | Camp Buehring | CDR Anthony Beer, NC OIC El Paso, TX | HMC(FMF/SW)Sean Ricks SEL Dublin, GA | LT(SW)Robin Bennett DC Milwakee | Camp Buehring is a staging post for U.S troops in the northwestern region of Kuwait and is used for troops heading north into Iraq and Afghanistan. Camp Buehring TMC provides sick call and urgent medical care services for U.S. military personnel, coalition forces, DoD civilians, and contractors. Ancillary services such as lab, pharmacy, and physical therapy are also available in addition to dental care. Camp Buehring is also home to the Middle Eastern Theater Reserve.

57: MAJ Shanna Molina MC Bristow, OK | LCDR Jada Hamilton MC Buffalo, NY | LT(FS)Jessica Brotherton, MC Clifton, VA | LT Lindsay Dowdle NC Orlando, FL | LTJG Aaron Cagley NC Falls Church, VA | HM2 Guenette Rideaux Lafayette, LA | IT2(SW)Rodrequiez Holman Houston, MS | LT(SW)Robin Bennett DC Milwaukee, WI | HM2 Guenette Rideaux Lafayette, LA

58: HM2(SW/AW)Cameron Poteat Danville, VA | HM2 Marcos Tapia Riverside, CA | SSG Jason Swanson Gaithersburg, MD | HM2(FMF)Michael Abrajano Dagupan City, Phillipines | HM2(FMF)Michael Pacer San Diego, CA | HM2 Tiffany Copeland Suffolk, VA | HM2 Ivan Brown Mesa, AZ | HM2(SW/AW)Marta Weatherly Kernersville, NC

59: HM3 Stephanie Rees Hanford, CA | HM3 Emmanuel Love Detroit, MI | HM3(FMF)Mark Sinigayan Vallejo, CA | HM3 Marcelino Tabin Manila, Phillipines | HM3 Frank Tejada Newport News, VA | HN Charles Ferguson Clarence, NY | SSG Nicholas IGL Delafield, WI

60: CDR Michael Williams OIC MC Paulden, AZ | HM1(FMF)Matthew Jones LPO Hubert, NC | Camp VA | Located near the Udairi Range in Northern Kuwait, the TMC aboard Camp Virginia has a small but dedicated group of medical personnel who provide quality primary and urgent care as well as dental services ,pharmacy and lab to multiple beneficiaries. Despite is rustic settings, the dedication and quality of care given is just what the Navy expects of its Medical Dept. And its received..in abundance

61: HM3 Oscar Hernandez Monteview, ID | CDR Bruce Rannin DC Aurora, IL | HM2(AW)Charles Peterson San Diego, CA | HM2 Brian Eley Capron, VA | HM2 Elizabeth Schneeman Stewartstown, PA | HM3 Vanessa McDonald Brooklyn, NY | HN Blake Walker Providence, KY | HN Joshua Pate Rossville, GA

62: Navy Dentistry's compact, expeditionary component has been entrusted to treat and maintain dental health and operational dental readiness and support Navy medicine's effort in caring for U.S. and coalition forces moving directly in and out of the operational theater. Whether at Camp Arifjan providing ARCENT support, Camp Buehring supporting troop training and movement into theater or Camp Virginia's theater exit support, Navy Dentistry provides uncompromising emergency and ongoing dental care while maintaining high productivity, excellent customer service and outstanding morale. | DENTAL SERVICES | CAPT(SW) Michael Ashe, DC Cincinnati, Ohio | CAPT(SW) Ed Connelly, DC Conway, AR

63: HM3 Crystal Thompson Chicago, IL | HM2 Jovens Colas LPO Springfield, VA | HM2(FMF) Robert Brown San Jose, CA | HM3 Zeandria Thompson Monroe, LA | HM2 Richard McDaniel Wister, OK | HM3 Earlyn Beall Gaithersburg, MD | CDR(SW) James Ridley Westborough, MA

64: LCDR Kathryn Barbara, MSC DH Pittsfield, MA | FDPMU NORTH | LT Michael Prouty MSC Parksburg, MD | The Forward Deployed Preventive Medicine Unit (FDPMU) consist of a Microbiologist, Preventive Medicine Officer, Industrial Hygiene Officer, Environmental Officer and enlisted Preventative Medicine Technicians which provide preventive medicine services to the Kuwait Theater of Operation. The FDPMU is a highly skilled force health protection unit specializing in all-hazards detection and health risk analysis. The unit provides water quality analysis, toxic industrial chemical detection and analysis, Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) agent detection and analysis, prevention and control measures for arthropods and animals, and disease vector risk assessment. The unit also conducts comprehensive Occupational and Environmental Health Assessments (OEHSA) for bases in the CENTCOM AOR.

65: HM1(SW) James, Wilson, LPO Wilmington, DE | HM2(SW) Alan Aaron Santa Ana, CA | HM2(FMF) Damien Bush Dallas, TX | HM2(AW) Gregory Allen Muskogee, OK | HM2 Marcus Rose San Antonio, TX

66: LCDR(SW) Jennifer Wilkes, MC OIC Fallbrook, CA | FDPMU SOUTH | LT(SW) Nevon Burney, MSC Topeka, KS

67: HM1(SW/AW) Debra Maltman, LPO Lompoc, CA | HM1(FMF/SW) Alvaro Hurtado San Diego, CA | HM1(FMF) Ferrel Jenkins Jackson, FL | HM1(FMF) Paul Groseclose Indianapolis, IN | HM2 Joseph Reyes New York City, NY | LT Daniel Wederman San Antonio, TX | HMCS(SW/AW) Victorio Anton, SEL Pangasinan, Phillipines

68: Where It

69: All Began...

71: NEMTI | CAMP PENDLETON CALIFORNIA

73: TO | WELCOME | KUWAIT

74: We're

75: Here!!!

77: The Chiefs

78: FCPOA | FIRST CLASS PETTY OFFICERS

80: Promotions & Re-enlistments

81: MASCAL

83: CELEBS AND VIP's

84: EMFK SPORTS

85: CAPT'S CUP

86: HM Birthday

87: BULL | ENSIGN

88: Fun Runs

89: Holidays/MWR Trips

90: Birthdays

91: Awards

92: AFGHANISTAN DEPLOYERS

93: El Lima Sandstorm 25 Mar 2011

94: Change of

95: Command

96: MWR COMMITTEE

97: Team Cruisebook

98: Turn Off The Lights

99: It's Time To Go Home...

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  • Title: EMF Kuwait
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