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This issue of The Legacy examines stories from 2020 which made had significant impacts to LRMC operations, surrounding communities, and the Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors, Marines, Civilians, Local Nationals and their families. The issue also features current events, and highlights improvements in pharmacy capabilities aimed to decrease pharmacy wait times and increase patient safety.
February 2021, Vol. 2, Issue 21
This issue of The Legacy highlights Service Members from both Army and Air Force teams who have impacted those around them and spotlights the COVID-19 Vaccine kick offs throughout the LRMC footprint.
This issue of The Legacy takes a look at the German Armed Forces Marksmanship Proficiency Badge and why Soldiers strive to earn the badge as part of Allied training, LRMC's fight against COVID-19 strikes a milestone as over 100K tests are completed and Kleber Army Health Clinic Soldiers discuss recent Winter Combat Training in Finland and why it's important as Soldiers.
This issue of The Legacy showcases Landstuhl Regional Medical Center's Victim Advocates "The voice of the voiceless," who assist Sexual Assault / Harassment survivors, 86th Medical Squadron Airmen who are recognized at higher headquarters for going above and beyond, and LRMC Civilian personnel who were selected as Civilians of the Year during 2020.
This issue of The Legacy highlights a first-of-its-kind procedure which was introduced by LRMC to the overall German medical community, female service member mentorship and leaders' roles, Nurse, Medic, Tech Week schedule of events and a feature on the health care professionals at LRMC who were recently named top in their fields.
This issue of The Legacy welcomes Landstuhl Regional Medical Center's new commander, U.S. Army Col. Andrew Landers, in addition to welcoming Lt. Col. Mark Jones as the new commander for U.S. Army Health Clinic Baumholder. Also in this issue is a recent visit by LRMC alumnus turned Virginia governor, Gov. Ralph Northam, the inaugural Legacy Challenge kicks off at LRMC, which pits four-person teams against one another in a series of warrior, physical and life-saving tasks.
This issue of The Legacy showcases new commanders across Army Health Clinics in Europe, a LRMC Soldier whose past as a professional MMA fighter led to her decision to enlist, and spotlights from around the Legacy footprint.
The August Legacy highlights LRMC Soldiers around Europe who contribute to Soldier readiness, operations and physical fitness. LRMC's annual Best Warrior Competition kicks off, recognizing the NCO and Soldier Best Warriors for 2021. Finally, the 452nd Combat Support Hospital, a Wisconsin Army Reserve unit, plays a large role in LRMC COVID-19 vaccination efforts across Germany.
The September Legacy is focused on LRMC's ongoing support of Operation Allies Refuge / Welcome, one of the largest airlift operations in history. This issue spotlights LRMC's recent accreditation as a Level II Trauma Center, while also focusing on LRMC's role in OAR / OAW as Service Members were injured and Medevaced back to LRMC for care, Afghan evacuees who lacked medical treatment as they went forward in their journeys and a LRMC obstetrics team which made headlines delivering an Afghan evacuee's baby on a C-17 aircraft shortly after landing.
The October Legacy is focused on LRMC's ongoing support of Operation Allies Refuge / Welcome, one of the largest airlift operations in history. The issue highlights Soldiers from around Army Medicine who answered the call for aid in support of LRMC's growing mission as a result of dozens of Afghan evacuees being temporarily resettled around Germany, a LRMC Airman who recently saved a life while on leave and LRMC's continuing commitment toward building and strengthening relationships with regional and NATO partners and allies.
The November Legacy focuses on Breast Cancer Awareness and the treatment teams who help detect it here at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. Additionally, we look back at the month's observances, including National Infant Loss and Remembrance, which we commemorated with a ceremony.