Congress wants an independent study to look at how the more-challenging assessment will affect recruiting and retention.
We are a U.S. Army Reserve Medical Unit location in Houston, TX. Our unit is made up of Physicians, Nurses(RNs & LPNs), Combat Medics, and many others.
HISTORY OF THE 4005TH U.S. ARMY HOSPITAL Early History The history of 4005th U.S. Army Hospital dates back to July 1916 as the American Red Cross of St. Mary's. The unit received World War I Campaign Participation Credit after being mobilized as a base in Chicago in March 1918. At the end of the war it demobilized at Camp Grant, Illinois. In July 1923 the Red Cross unit was dedicated into the Organized Reserves as the 11th General Hospital and was allotted to the Sixth Corps Area. By August 1924 it was a functional reserve unit in Chicago, IL. During World War II the 11th General Hospital was ordered into active service at Camp Livingston, Louisiana from May 1942 until April 1943. The 11th General Hospital deactivated, and its personnel absorbed by other hospitals for overseas duty. On 5 June 1947, the 11th General Hospital was redesignated as the 329th General Hospital and assigned to the Fourth Army. On 20 June 1947, the 329th General Hospital was activated in Houston, TX. The original Organized Reserves, created in 1908, was changed to the Organized Reserve Corps in 1948. In 1952 this group became our present United States Army Reserves, and the 329th General Hospital in Houston continued as a Ready Reserve Unit. In 1963 the 329th Hospital Augmentation General Hospital deactivated, and in March 1963 the 4005th U.S. Army Hospital was organized in Houston. The personnel of the 329th became the first members of the 4005th U.S. Army Hospital Augmentation (1000 Bed). Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm On 28 August 1990 the majority of the unit was mobilized as part of the two hundred thousand presidential call-ups to support Operation Desert Shield. The 4005th reported to its mobilization station at Ft Hood, TX on 31 August 1990, ready to assume its wartime mission of augmenting Darnall Army Community Hospital in Ft Hood. Soon after integrating into Darnall, many unit members were assigned to six Army Medical Centers, thirty Army Community Hospitals, and a Joint Services Activity. As Operation Desert Shield evolved into Operation Desert Storm, the remainder of the Unit was mobilized in late January 1991. The unit was augmented with additional personnel from other 807th Medical Brigade units as well as personnel from other medical units external to the brigade and the Fifth United States Army. While the majority of the unit's soldiers performed stateside duty, approximately twelve soldiers were deployed to Southwest Asia to fill positions in units within the theater. The unit demobilized on 28 April 1991. It was recognized by Governor Ann Richards of Texas in an official proclamation and was cited for extraordinary meritorious service by the Secretary of the Army. Bosnia/Operation Determined Effort In December 1995, the 4005th U.S. Army Hospital had a partial mobilization in support of Operation Determined Effort. The 4005th Medical Support Team augmented in German hospitals and clinics and the Active Military personnel moving forward to Bosnia. Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), & Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) On September 11, 2001 disaster struck when the United States was attacked. This began a period of active mobilization for the 4005th USAH. The unit changed from a strategic asset with few soldiers with active duty deployment/mobilization experience to a veteran unit where the majority of the soldiers completed war time missions and mobilizations. The first such mission was from March 3, 2003 to May 30, 2004 when the 4005th USAH provided approximately 40 soldiers mostly Registered Nurses (RNs) and Respiratory Therapists (RTs) to backfill Brooke Army Hospital. (OEF??) From 2004 to 2005 approximately 20 soldiers from the 4005th were cross leveled to the 212 Combat Support Hospital (CSH) and deployed to Iraq. The area of operation for the unit was mostly the Tikrit and Mosul areas. One soldier was also cross leveled to the MPs and assisted with detainee care in Iraq from 2005 to 2006. (OIF) From November 28, 2004 to May 26, 2006 approximately 30 soldiers of various MOSs were mobilized and cross leveled to the 5501st USAH and sent to most of the Eastern and South Eastern United States Army Medical Centers and Community Hospitals. Posts 4005th Soldiers were sent included: Ft Gordon, Ft Campbell, Ft Benning, Walter Reed, Ft Beloir, and West Point. (OEF) January 5th, 2006 to December 25th, 2006 the 4005th USAH was mobilized as a unit and tasked to backfill Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) in Germany. Approximately 250 care providers filled about 80% of the positions at LRMC at the time. LRMC received all the wounded soldiers from the OEF/OIF theaters and care for soldiers and family members from the European Commands. MOB site for this mission was Ft Bliss, El Paso. (OEF) June 2009 approximately 30 soldiers were mobilized to back fill medical centers, hospitals and clinics across the United States. Assignments included: Ft Drum, Walter Reed, ___________ (OEF) In September 2009 the 4005th USAH was selected to lead its first mission in a war zone. Thirty-five soldiers (Medical Service Corp, Army Nurses, and Combat Medics) were mobilized and deployed to Afghanistan. Their mission was to be split into team and to train the Medics of the Afghan National Army(ANA). Their Mob station was Ft Polk, LA. The deployed and served in the ________ providences of Afghanistan. All soldiers on this mission returned home by __________. (OEF) In December of 2009 approximately 30 soldiers were again cross leveled, this time to the 2291st USAH for Medical Center back fill assignments across the United States. Assignments included Ft Polk, Ft Gordon, Walter Reed, Tripler, Brooke Army Medical Center, __________ (OEF) August 20th, 2010 to August 19th, 2011 the 4005th mobilized ___ soldiers in a backfill mission. These soldiers were sent to back fill Army Medical Centers and Army Community Hospitals across the United States. Locations included: LRMC, Walter Reed, Brooke, ________. (OEF) Individual Mobilizations The above missions don’t include our many Individual Mobilizations. These missions varied. Some soldiers volunteered for overseas and stateside assignments. Others were mobilized and enjoyed their assignments and extended. Some of these assignments were involuntary cross leveling assignments. They took our soldiers all over the United States and the world. To places such as Jubuti, Hawaii, and Germany. Many of our nurses volunteered multiple times to be case managers with Warrior Transition Units, at medical centers across the United States. Our Doctors, Dentists and CRNAs, often served multiple shorter 90 day Boots on Ground assignments. These assignments often took them overseas to Iraq, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Germany. 7231st History ______________
Mission: To provide our best care for US Soldiers, their families, and US Military Retirees and Veterans in any location we may be serving.
Congress wants an independent study to look at how the more-challenging assessment will affect recruiting and retention.
I didn't know this but men, if you are into fabletics, they do offer a military discount. Sorry ladies apparently, they don't offer any military discounts for women.
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Hispanic Heritage Month
The 457th Civil Affairs Battalion highlighted one of their Soldiers, Master Sgt. Sarantes for Hispanic Heritage Month. Learn more about him and his Army career in the video below!
That's a wrap!
Approximately 40 Army Reserve Soldiers from across the nation traveled to compete in this year’s Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition, which ended today.
Check out the video to see everything they went through during the competition!
(U.S. Army video by Calvin Reimold, Spc. Maria Casneiro, Spc. Larissa Peterson, Sgt. John Berry, Sgt. Rachel Diehm & Sgt. William Ploeg)
U.S. Army Reserve
Do you know what RFX is all about? Here's what LTG Charles D Luckey needs you to know.
Watch the video below to learn more.
I feel bad for these soldiers. What a way to start your career.
Army quarantine cadence 2020
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Suicide Awareness Outreach.
Please watch this video for Hayden’s Corner!
If any one of you need a break or your kids need some time away from the house you can call me! I have horses, goats, a friendly donkey, 5 dogs, a rabbit, a African spur Tortoise 🐢 and a fishing pond. My 11 year old son would appreciate some animal help (Good way to incorporate a fun workout) and some social interaction! We would welcome your company!
Thank you Mr. Gibbs for sharing this powerful message and Hayden’s life with us. It’s never goodbye. “See you later” ❤️🙏🏼
Brooks Gibbs, emotional and social resilience educator, reached out to us and created this video for Hayden’s Corner. He’s helping support our cause to raise awareness about the need for social and emotional resources for children, and we appreciate and applaud his continuous efforts to help parents and educators raise emotionally resilient kids.
Hayden’s Corner was created by our friend and business partner, Brad Hunstable, who lost his son as a result of the pandemic this past month. We ask that you join us in memory of Hayden and for all the children that deserve a fighting chance against all odds. 🥊
Join the movement: https://www.gofundme.com/f/haydens-corner
#THATSmile #HaydensCorner #Unite4OurFight
Let's all do our part to #KillTheVirus
As military personnel begin to return to the office in the coming weeks or months, it’s important to continue proper hygiene and social distancing practices.
U.S. Army Reserve production by MSG Michel Sauret & SFC Javier Orona
Another sad day among the 4005th USAH family. Rest easy Big Sarge. You were loved by many and will be missed
I will do my mom's life a disservice without writing a dissertation like or novel-length book about the things she has endured, seen and been a part of. So here is a slim version of her life and the type of person she was. Born Dorothy Ingram to Mae Dell and Norman Ingram she was the second oldest o...
Good evening warriors. I’ve been talking to the owner and he’s offered a sweet deal. Are you trying to get fit but can’t get to the gym? Well if you hit him up on Instagram or you can go to the website listed below for 50% off. If you want an additional 10% off, use voucher code: Army COVID-19 along with a photo of you in uniform for a total of 60% off. Can’t beat that.
U.S. Army Reserve
Update on COVID-19’s impact on the U.S. Army Reserve
LTG Charles D Luckey reinforces his previous guidance on maintaining proper standards and discipline to ensure we limit the spread of COVID-19.
Updates include battle assemblies, pay for Reserve Soldiers, and how we’re providing support in the fight against the coronavirus.
For more information, visit: https://www.usar.army.mil/COVID19/.
Here is the obituary for SFC Green. Please feel free to click on the link and share a memory
God speed battle
Michael A. Green 1967-2020 "May the life I've lived speak for me. May your peace come from the joy we've shared." Sergeant First Class Michael A. Green entered into Eternal Rest on March 20, 2020. He
This is the information for SFC Green memorial service.
The service will be at Mabrie Memorial Mortuary on Monday & the burial will be at the Veterans Memorial cemetery on the Northside. They’ve limited it to 10 people however, Visitation will be held from 9-11 & the service will be held at 11
If anyone would like to share any photos of SFC. Green please do so. I have a photo album back at home that has a couple of pictures of him but I’m stuck at Ft Hood and we are restricted to a 50 mile radius. Thank you.
It is with a heavy heart that I share these news. On Friday, we lost one of our own. SFC. Michael Green. I don't have any further information but as soon as it becomes available I will relay the information to you all.
Please keep his family in your prayers.
Great Battle Drill training at the Paint ball field!
Another day. Another familiar face. It was great catching up with SSG. Axtell
Thank you everyone for a job well done. As always you have made the unit proud. Thank you for representing the 7415th TMC & 7249 MSU.
It's always fun when you run into someone you know. Ft. Hood, TX.
I’m at Ft. Hood and so far I have ran into five people from the unit. This just proves that no matter how big the Army is, it’s still a small world. Be safe this weekend with the storms. Please do not forget to check on your soldiers
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Ran into a familiar face here at Hood.
Hello to you all! I want to wish everyone a very happy holiday season. I also want to let you all know that I've been busy since I've been back from my mobilization. I've completed ALC and I've been transferred to a unit in Beaumont. On that note, I will be mobilizing again in January. I haven't forgotten nor abandoned my home and family. I will be back.
This is something that I have to do for myself and my family. I love you and miss you all very much.
Practicing my sled pull 😂
New MACE card.
So many changes are coming for our future leaders. ALC and SLC POI had changed. If you are looking to advance your career and your rank, you must become very familiar with Army writing. Prepare yourself to write essays and memos. The future is here and it starts with you.
To all of my high speed medics, if you haven't done so already, download the deployed medicine app. Great info. Will help with hip pocket training.
If anyone is in the Ellington Field area this weekend, please feel free to stop by the American Legion Post 490 Texas. They will be hosting a blood drive this Sunday, October 27th from 10-4.
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