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Honoring Our USAMMDA Veterans

Military veterans serving as staff members of the USAMMDA
Military veterans now serving as staff members of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity, Fort Detrick, Maryland, gathered for a group photo at USAMMDA, Nov. 7.

From left to right: (Front row) Kyle Martin, Christina Benson, Dr. Robert Labutta, Benjamin Pryor, Katie Devlin, Kim Williams, Philip vanWerkhoven and Carey Phillips. (Back row) Kareem Drummond, Stacy Brook, Willie Jenkins, Danny Hassan, Angel Gonzalez, Maria Wood, Dr. Clifford Snyder, Tara Mose, Michael Marx, Franklin Johnson, Robert Hoskins, Dr. Robert Miller, Sharon Barnes and Reinaldo Gonzalez. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Aggelis, USAMMDA public affairs)

There are people in this who have a servant's heart. They put others before themselves and make sacrifices in their lives in unimaginable ways. Those who serve in the military give much more than their time. They give up their safety, energy and time with their families.

This Veterans Day, as we look inward to our own workplace, many of our team members are Veterans. Their servant's hearts shine through as they continue to serve the military as civilians and contractors. The Veterans of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity come from all military backgrounds, from the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force to the Coast Guard. They have served in support of our Nation in times of peace and in support of conflicts from Vietnam to Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom.

Today, our Veterans are part of the USAMMDA family as business, administrative, and regulatory professionals; project and product managers and much more.

Whether in uniform or business attire, our Veterans will never lose that servant's heart that beats to give back, especially to the next generation of Service Members.

USAMMDA Veterans, and all Veterans today, we want to recognize and thank you from the bottoms of our hearts.

Thank you!

Last Modified Date: 09/13/2019