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An X-ray displays a coronary stent system being deployed via balloon in the right coronary artery of a patient during an ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction, or STEMI, procedure at the catheterization laboratory, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, June 29. Photos by Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs.

By Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs: “I came in on a Wednesday,” said 51-year-old Staff Sgt. Joseph Spencer, an Army Reassigned to 5th Armored Brigade, 1st Army Division West. On the morning of June 1, Spencer was rushed to William Beaumont Army Medical Center complaining of…

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Fort Bliss Legal Assistance earns award for excellence »

Maj. Randy Clark, left, Fort Bliss Legal Assistance Office, works with a Soldier before deployment at the Soldier Resilience and Readiness Center here July 18. Photos by Abigail Meyer,  Fort Bliss Bugle Staff.

By Abigail Meyer, Fort Bliss Bugle Staff: The Army Judge Advocate General Corps has been taking care of Soldiers since the Army began. In the beginning, they focused more on Soldier discipline, but now, the corps has evolved to have a multi-faceted role that includes providing…

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Healthbeat Capt. Raina Covington, left, pharmacist, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, and now  Col. Stacey Causey, right, pharmacist, WBAMC, cut a cake in celebration of the 99th anniversary of the Medical Service Corps at WBAMC, June 30.  In 1917, the establishment of the U.S. Army Sanitary Corps relieved physicians from a variety of administrative, technical and scientific duties. In 1947, the Sanitary Corps, along with the Administrative Corps and Pharmacy Corps, became the MSC. Photos by Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs.

WBAMC celebrates Medical Service Corps anniversary

By Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs: Soldiers, staff and retirees celebrated the Army Medicine’s Medical Service Corps’ 99th Anniversary at William Beaumont Army Medical Center June 30. The MSC is responsible for managing various aspects of combat…

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Honor graduate Spc. Jenny M. Mullen delivers a graduation speech to Class 15-155 during the William Beaumont Army Medical Center Phase II Practical Nurse Course graduation ceremony at Hope Chapel here June 21. Photos by Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs.

WBAMC welcomes Soldiers, Egyptians as LVNs

By Marcy Sanchez, WBAMC Public Affairs: Some of the oldest medical procedures documented trace back to ancient Egypt. Today, as technology streamlines and stimulates globalization, best practices are shared in the global medical community but the training…

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Sports A red full moon rises above the dunes at White Sands National Monument, N.M., during the Full Moon Hike July 19. Although most Full Moon Hikes are the day before a full moon, this hike took place on the actual night of the full moon. Photos by Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor.

White Sands Full Moon Hike Dune Life Nature Trail unforgettable experience

By Wendy Brown, Fort Bliss Bugle Editor: WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT, N.M. – For months I’d wanted to try the Full Moon Hike at White Sands National Monument. Hiking the dunes on the night of a full…

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Paralympic swimmer Sgt. Elizabeth Marks of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program receives the Pat Tillman Award for Service trophy from John Cena at the ESPY Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on July 13. Photo by Joe Faraoni,  ESPN Images.

Combat medic receives Pat Tillman award

By Tim Hipps, U.S. Army Installation Management Command: LOS ANGELES – Sgt. Elizabeth Marks does not swim to win medals, reap accolades, or even earn a spot on the U.S. Paralympic Team. “I don’t chase medals,” Marks…

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