62nd Medical Brigade (United States)

62nd Medical Brigade (United States)

The 62nd Medical Brigade, formerly the 62nd Medical Group of the United States Army is a unit of the Army Medical Department and I Corps and Fort Lewis. It is based entirely at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Currently, the brigade is commanded by Colonel John A. Powell and Command Sergeant Major Eugene Jeffers. The commander's mission statement for the success of the brigade is as follows:

Organize, train, equip, deploy, and command and control medical forces in support of global contingencies. Provide full and direct force health protection operations in support of forces engaged in full spectrum operations.

Most recently, the brigade has been tasked to deploy to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Read more about 62nd Medical Brigade (United States):  History, Operation Iraqi Freedom 07-09, Subordinate Units

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