7th MSC News

7th MSC Soldiers Join International Partners In Nato Eadrcc's "bosna I Hercegovina 2017"

Story by CPT Jeku Arce on 09/29/2017

Soldiers from 773rd Civil Support Team, 361st Civil Affairs Brigade, and Medical Support Unit-Europe represented U.S. forces from Europe with around 1200 participants from 34 NATO and partnered countries in this exercise.

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7th MSC Chaplain Hosts Jewish New Year In Vicenza

Story by 1LT Stephanie Barnes on 09/29/2017

Chaplain Maj. Andrew Shulman, of the 7th Mission Support Command's 88th Chaplain Detachment, was mobilized from Sept. 14-27 to conduct Suicide Awareness Training for 7th MSC units in Longare, Italy and to lead worship services and fellowship events for Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year) at Caserma Ederle in Vicenza.

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Active-Duty, Army Reserve Medical Personnel Collaborate To Increase Medical Readiness

Story by CPT Kaitlyn Heacock on 09/18/2017

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany Army Reserve Soldiers from the Medical Support Unit Europe collaborated with active army personnel to use the medical clinic on Kleber Kaserne Sept. 15-16 to facilitate Periodic Health Assessments and dental screenings for reservists during battle assembly.

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Panzer Kaserne Ceremony Honors The Memory Of 9/11

Story by LTC Jefferson Wolfe on 09/12/2017

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany Soldiers from the active component and Army Reserve worked together as the 21st Theater Sustainment Command honored the 16th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York and Washington D.C.

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Frank Cable Hybrid Crew Wins Cno Afloat Safety Award

Story by SN Alana Langdon on 08/22/2017

Christopher D. Thayer, U.S. Navy's MSC Director, Contractor Operated Ships arrived aboard and praised Frank Cable's safety program, which maintained safe and healthy working conditions for 810 Navy and MSC personnel, throughout 2,965 in-theater repairs to forward-deployed submarines and surface vessels of 5th and 7th Fleet Areas of Responsibility.

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Seven Years Later, Heston Returns To 361st Civil Affairs Brigade As New Commander

Story by LTC Jefferson Wolfe on 06/13/2017

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany Something old is new again at the 361st Civil Affairs Brigade.

Col. Bradley A. Heston, a former 361st Civil Affairs Brigade operations officer, took command of the unit from Col. John T. Novak during a Sunday morning ceremony on Daenner Kaserne. He was in his previous position seven years ago when the brigade activated at its current location.

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