Imagine being away from home on the other side of the country - or even the world - and becoming so ill or injured you have to be taken to a medical center far from everything you are familiar with, potentially unable to return.
One Friday afternoon, a hospital corpsman at Recruit Training Command clinic USS Tranquility on the east campus of the Capt. James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center, noticed that a Sailor waiting for phlebotomy services looked ill.
The 2014 Great Lakes Area First Class Petty Officer Leadership Symposium concluded Apr. 30, 2014, at Naval Station Great Lakes in Great Lakes, Ill., after three days filled with leadership training and career guidance.
NORTH CHICAGO, Ill. - Hundreds gathered today at the nation's first and only federal health care center (FHCC) to witness the change of command from Navy Capt. Jose A. Acosta to Capt. Robert G. Buckley.
Clinics and wards in the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center are typically filled with patients, nurses and various staff members moving purposefully from room to room providing patient care.
Speaking in front of family and hundreds of people, Master-at-Arms 1st Class (AW) Jessica Buffum accepted the 2014-2015 Salute to Active Duty Servicewomen Award for the Navy from the American Legion Auxiliary at the group's national convention in Baltimore, Sept. 1.