Colonel Steven P. Middlecamp Takes Command of USAG Fort Detrick
Colonel Steven P. Middlecamp became the 40th United States Army Garrison Fort Detrick commander May 15 during a ceremony in front of Building 810, succeeding Col. Allan J. Darden, Sr. as the Garrison commander.
Middlecamp assumes command following an eight month assignment as the Northern Regional Medical Command Patient Administration Consultant, Fort Belvoir, Va.
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National Guard Soldiers recall heroic actions at Boston Marathon
STORY BY BOB REINERT, USAG-NATICK PUBLIC AFFAIRS
If you saw news video from the Boston Marathon bombing, you likely witnessed how Massachusetts Army National Guard Soldiers reacted to the attack by running directly toward the scene of the first explosion to help rescue victims.
When those two bombs detonated April 15, 1st Lt. Steve Fiola, 1st Sgt. Bernard Madore and Staff Sgt. Mark Welch, three Massachusetts natives assigned to the 1060th Transportation Company of Framingham, followed their instincts and training without hesitation after the second blast.
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