LANDSTUHL, Germany - U.S. Army Sgt. MaryCatherine Innace, nutrition care specialist, Nutrition Care Division, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, holds a rugby ball prior to warming at LRMC, June10. Innace was recently selected as a team member for the All-Army Women’s Rugby Team which went undefeated against teams from the Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force (with Space Force personnel) and Coast Guard during the second-ever Armed Forces Women’s Rugby Championship.
LANDSTUHL, Germany – A Soldier engages a target during the stress shoot event of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center’s Best Warrior Competition, July 7. The competition challenged Soldiers from across Germany, Belgium and Italy, physically, emotionally and spiritually as they were tested on various tasks and skills including Army Warrior Tasks, medical knowledge and prolonged field care, stress shoot, military Drill and ceremony, ruck marches, Land navigation, combat lifesaving under pressure, combat water survival, and written and oral examinations.
U.S. Army Spc. Brook Caban, nutrition care specialist, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, prepares a simulated casualty for treatment during Operation Courageous Fury, a joint training exercise designed to assess medical operations in Germany at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, June 3. The exercise was designed to measure Service Members’ competency in combat lifesaving skills and Army Warrior Training. The three-day exercise is the third training event of its kind at LRMC, a Role 4 theater hospital responsible for the medical care of wounded, ill or injured warfighters evacuated from the U.S. European Command, U.S. Africa Command, and U.S. Central Command areas of operation.
LANDSTUHL, Germany -- (From left) U.S. Army Col. Andrew L. Landers receives the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center unit colors from U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Mark W. Thompson, commanding general, Regional Health Command Europe, during a change of command ceremony where U.S. Army Col. Michael A. Weber relinquished command of LRMC to Landers at LRMC, May 20. Landstuhl Regional Medical Center is the largest American military medical center outside of the United States and plays a strategic role as the sole evacuation and tertiary referral center for five combatant commands.
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and diligently working with U.S. military and host nation officials. The health and well-being of all personnel is paramount.
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