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The Navy Medical Technologist Community is a group of approximately 85 officers with both former military and civilian laboratory experience. These officers support clinical laboratory operations world-wide as blood donor center officers, laboratory administration specialist, and operational clinical leaders. Most are permanently stationed ashore, with varying overseas postings, short-term afloat opportunities in support of hummanitarian operations, and an occassional in-theater deployment.
Congratulations to U.S. Naval Hospital Rota Spain laboratory team for an outstanding CAP reaccreditation inspection! Bravo Zulu to a job well done!
2019 SAFMLS Sunday Navy Service Breakout Session at the Ga***rd Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas
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The Department of the Navy issued orders today to ADM S. Claus, recalling him to active duty, with a report date of 24 Dec 17. A reservist, with 1,742 years of service, this Naval Aviator specializes in vertical delivery of high-value items. He is flight deck and carrier qualified. He is also a Public Affairs Specialist.
Also recalled, were LCDR Dasher, Master Chief Dancer, Senior Chief Prancer, LT V***n, CDR Comet, Chaplain (LCDR) Cupid, PO1 Donner, and PO1 Blitzen, an Individual Augmentee from the Naval Reserve. Ensign Rudolph is also authorized to report for duty; however, he must first successfully complete Carrier Qual training which he has failed three times.
Although the above troops are on orders for only 24 hours, it is anticipated that they will submit a travel claim for 24,901 miles at .56/mile, using a POV. Suitable government transportation is not available.
As a special operations unit, each member is granted a high level of uniform flexibility, as well as relaxed grooming standards. Per diem is authorized and has been modified to include large quantities of hot cocoa and cookies.
Go Navy and Merry Christmas! 🎄
P.S. - Let's ALL remember the men and women of our great Armed Forces, as they serve in far away lands during this Christmas Season ❤️
Congratulations to LCDR Ruiz and her laboratory team at U.S. Naval Hospital Rota, Spain for winning their holiday door decoration contest. LCDR Ruiz’s song writing prowess ensured an easy victory!
Congratulations to LCDR Reynaldo Jornacion on your promotion today! Bravo Zulu!
Here are a couple of pics of LCDR Jornacion with CDR Milavec, our Specialty Leader, and the good LCDR's family.
A huge congrats to our very own LT Akapossa Ananou!!!! He is the Navy MT Community's newest Diplomate of Laboratory Management - American Society of Clinical Pathology DLM(ASCP). Please share congrats. i'll put this out on the Outlook group as soon as I'm back in DC.
Happy Medical Laboratory Professionals Week from U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan.
Happy Medical Laboratory Professionals Week!
There are many unsung heros in the medical field- but Petty Officer Jacob Allison went behind the scenes to visit one important group for National Laboratory...
Happy Laboratory Professionals Week from USNH Yokosuka!
O-5/CDR List is out.
Congratulate the new CDR selects for the Med Tech Community:
CDR(sel) Josephine Fajardo,
CDR(sel) Adrian Gaskin,
CDR(sel) Jonathan Hoiles, and
CDR(sel) Stacie Milavec.
Bravo Zulu "Job Well Done." You each deserved this recognition for the hard work and responsibility you've shouldered.
Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, NC Lab Week
Happy Lab Week from USNH Yokosuka, Japan
Congratulations to LT Orr for his selection as the NHCP Junior Officer of the Year!
Congratulations to NH Bremerton!!
The vast majority of the work conducted in Naval Hospital Bremerton's Laboratory Department Blood Bank is routinely acco
From another FB post on Saturday afternoon:
It is with a very sad heart that I inform my FB friends and Shipmates of the passing of Becky Valentine Sakis Sparks, CDR, MSC, USN, Ret, this morning. Many of you knew and served with Becky before she retired in 2007, and I would ask that you share the news of her passing with your friends and Shipmates so we can pay our final respects for our Shipmate and dear friend. I had the pleasure of serving with Becky at the War College (2002-03), where we instantly bonded after meeting each other the first day of school. We also met Lesley Priest that first day and we became the "Three Musketeers," for many reasons, including being Lesley's birthing coaches in June 2003! We became bonded for life when Bill and I joined Becky and her wonderful husband, Rick Sparks, when Lesley asked us to serve as the Godparents of her son, Mikey. Becky retired in San Diego, but their hearts took them back to Wake Forest a few years ago, where they would be physically closer to many of their family members, and where she continued her passion of "spending time serving the Lord, mentoring young Christian women, and facilitating Bible studies in (their) home." This past August, Becky found some suspicious lumps around her neck/shoulder area which sadly turned out to be cancer. She underwent countless tests where the doctors found Stage III Melanoma in another part of her body. She endured hours of surgery and treatments over the following weeks and months to try to eradicate, if not stop the spread of the cancer, but sadly (for us), this would not be God's Plan. Becky went Home today, 17 Jan 2015, but I know we will all be together again! We will always love you, Becky (and Rick)!! Rest in Peace, Dear Friend!
USNH Yokosuka, Japan
CAPT (ret) Craigmiles and ENS Mangahas.
ENS Mangahas' Commissioning Ceremony
Great article about one of our own!
Originally from Alabama, Lt. Mary Seeley, laboratory officer, at U.S. Naval Hospital Guam was the first person to be pro
Colonels (RET) Beardsley and Rentas placing a Christmas reef Honoring CAPT Jean Scherrer. Please review CAPT Scherrer's blog on "Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor Alleviated Stress" at http://navylive.dodlive.mil/2013/04/16/the-best-medicine-i-could-have-received/
CAPT Wilkerson and Col Johnson visit the CAP Office.
ODS Graduation Newest MSC lab officers
Graduation date 17OCT14
ENS Agey (left) ENS Frati
NMCP MSC Officers-Laboratory Department
CAPT Soyk (left) LTJG Alvarez, LT Jenkins, ENS Agey
Center For Clinical Lab Medicine
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