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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON – (March 6, 2024) – Henry V. Buckley, head, Administration Department, Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio, was recognized by Capt. William Deniston, medical inspector general (MEDIG), U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), for his exceptional professionalism and expertise for serving as the program manager for Awards and Recognition, and Total Force Management during the MEDIG outbrief held at the Battlefield Health and Trauma Research Institute. Approximately 12 inspectors conducted evaluations of 40 programs and collateral duties over three days at Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio to improve command performance and processes. NAMRU San Antonio’s mission is to conduct gap driven combat casualty care, craniofacial, and directed energy research to improve survival, operational readiness, and safety of DoD personnel engaged in routine and expeditionary operations. It is one of the leading research and development laboratories for the U.S. Navy under the DoD and is one of eight subordinate research commands in the global network of laboratories operating under the Naval Medical Research Command in Silver Spring, Md. (U.S. Navy photo by Burrell Parmer, NAMRU San Antonio Public Affairs/Released)
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Mar 8, 2024
San Antonio, TX - JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON – (March 6, 2024) – Henry V. Buckley, head, Administration Department, Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio, was recognized by Capt. William Deniston, medical inspector general (MEDIG), U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), for his exceptional professionalism and expertise for serving as the program manager for Awards and Recognition, and Total Force Management during the MEDIG outbrief held at the Battlefield Health and Trauma Research Institute. Approximately 12 inspectors conducted evaluations of 40 programs and collateral duties over three days at Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU) San Antonio to improve command performance and processes. NAMRU San Antonio’s mission is to conduct gap driven combat casualty care, craniofacial, and directed energy research to improve survival, operational readiness, and safety of DoD personnel engaged in routine and expeditionary operations. It is one of the leading research and development laboratories for the U.S. Navy under the DoD and is one of eight subordinate research commands in the global network of laboratories operating under the Naval Medical Research Command in Silver Spring, Md. (U.S. Navy photo by Burrell Parmer, NAMRU San Antonio Public Affairs/Released)


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