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    Soldier Touchpoint

    Soldier Touchpoint

    06.14.2021 | Photo by Dan Heaton
    Soldiers from Bravo Company, 1-66 Armor, listen as MG Ross Coffman, director of the Next Generation Combat Vehicles Cross Functional Team,...

    Recent Videos

    SHARP Opening Ceremony

    SHARP Opening Ceremony

    04.08.2021 | Video by Lori Salvatore
    This SHARP opening ceremony honors Sexual Assault Awareness Prevention Month and provides messages from BG Mike Talley, Commanding General,...
    Days of Remembrance

    Days of Remembrance

    04.07.2021 | Video by Luke Allen
    United States Congress established Days of Remembrance as the nation’s annual commemoration of the Holocaust. Days of Remembrance will be...

    Recent News Stories

    MIDRP Tackles Shifting Targets While Focusing on...

    07.01.2021 | Story by Gloriann Martin
    Over the past year, the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command’s Military Infectious Diseases Research Program has – like so many other research programs – assumed the doubled responsibilities of fighting COVID-19 while still managing its existing program areas. As one of the DOD’s key tools in combating infectious diseases that impact the Warfighter, the mission for MIDRP has, in many ways, never been more vital.

    With Retirement Near, Jacksons Reflect on Service,...

    07.01.2021 | Story by RAMIN KHALILI
    After nearly two decades in the military, Lt. Col. Kyndra Jackson is finally taking a break. Sitting in her living room, perched behind her laptop on the other end of a ZOOM call, she talks frankly about her service career, her upcoming retirement, and where exactly she’ll go from here. The entire time, a picture of her family hangs over her left shoulder, acting as an audience of sorts – quietly watching, listening. It’s a reminder...

    Talley, Eager for Next Challenge, Thanks USAMRDC...

    06.23.2021 | Story by RAMIN KHALILI
    Sitting at the head of the table in the conference room just outside his office, Brig. Gen. Michael Talley reflects on his two-year assignment as Commanding General of both the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command and Fort Detrick with the same brand of outsized optimism which has become, in many ways, his trademark of sorts. Not only has his stint at USAMRDC allowed him to take another step in growing and defining his own...

    USAMRDC Welcomes New Commanding General to Fort Detrick

    06.23.2021 | Story by Gloriann Martin
    On June 22, the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command hosted a Change of Command ceremony at Fort Detrick, Maryland, during which the responsibility of USAMRDC and Fort Detrick was transferred from Maj. Gen. Michael J. Talley to Brig. Gen. Anthony L. McQueen. The event was officiated by Gen. John M. Murray, Commanding General of the U.S. Army Futures Command.

    Contracting Summit Digs into Details, Opens Doors

    06.03.2021 | Story by RAMIN KHALILI
    Representatives from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command’s U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity held their annual Contracting Officer Representative and Grants Officer Representative Summit from May 5-6. The annual event – held this year in a fully virtual setting due to complications from the enduring novel coronavirus pandemic – allowed USAMRAA personnel to meet with key contracting officials from across...

    Podcasts

    In The Lab

    In The Lab

    As part of the newly formed U.S. Army Futures Command, Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC), is home to the In The Lab podcast. This...