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Fort Sam Houston,

U.S. army base, 3,300 acres (1,335 hectares), S Tex., in San Antonio; headquarters of the Fifth Army. San Antonio, long a military center, donated land in 1870 for the site of a permanent military post that was constructed from 1876 to 1890 and named for Gen. Sam Houston. The famous Brooke Army Medical Center, the major training center for army medics and the home of the Army Medical Service School, is located on the post.
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Dr Wenke is affiliated with the US Army Institute of Surgical Research, Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
ROBERSON IS THE 70B COURSE DIRECTOR AT THE ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CENTER AND SCHOOL AT FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEXAS. HE HAS A BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON AND A MASTER'S DEGREE IN MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP FROM WEBSTER UNIVERSITY.
The Center for the Intrepid, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, is the world's most technologically advanced rehabilitation center for amputees and burn victims.
After preliminary tests were flown at Fort Myer, weather problems dictated the operation move to Fort Sam Houston, Texas. From there, Foulois and his associates practiced and experimented with variations of techniques.
The United States Joint Forces Military Skills Training Center, located at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, has shifted focus from international competition to training small units for deployment.
FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas -- The Joint Biological Agent Identification and Diagnostic System (JBAIDS), a 40-pound device small enough to slip into a rucksack, is designed to vastly increase the speed and accuracy of biological warfare agent detection.
Army South from Puerto Rico to Fort Sam Houston, Texas, the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command is shifting its Caribbean port to Florida.
Clark's Fifth Army at the Brenner Pass (May 4); recalled to the U.S., he was placed in command of the Fourth Army at Fort Sam Houston, Texas (June), and resumed troop-training duties; named to a special group studying postwar defense reorganization (October), the study was barely finished when he contracted pneumonia and died in San Antonio (November 21, 1945).
Master Sergeant Tim Garza, CDT, is the Superintendent, US Air Force Dental Evaluation and Consultation Service, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He has earned Associate Degrees in Dental Laboratory Sciences and as an Instructor of Technology & Military Science, and a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education from Wayland Baptist University.
I am now here at the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. I am currently waiting to hear if I get to return to duty or will have to say farewell to my military family.
The module was built through a collaborative effort among the Army Medical Department Center and School's Production and Development Division Center for Distributed Learning at Fort Sam Houston, Texas; the Army Combined Arms Support Command's Training Support Directorate at Fort Lee, Virginia; and SDDC.
She will enter the Army Veterinary Corp in June as a captain when she will receive training at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. She will then continue to Fort Benning, Ga., in August to join the 463rd Medical Detachment Unit and serve as a veterinarian.

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