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Command Sergeant Major Jorge L. Oquendo is a native of Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico and entered the U.S. Army from Cataño, Puerto Rico. He attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and graduated from Advanced Individual Training as a Behavioral Health Specialist at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
The 519th Hospital Center is a U.S. Army military field hospital. A hospital center is transportable by aircraft and truck and is normally delivered to the operational environment in cargo containers. Once transported, the hospital center is assembled by the staff into a "tent" hospital to treat patients. Depending upon the operational environment (e.g., battlefield), a hospital center might also treat civilians and wounded enemy soldiers. The hospital center is the successor to the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH). The Soldiers of the 519th Hospital Center have a distinguished history of selfless sacrifice to fellow Soldiers and to our nation, saving thousands of lives on countless battlefields. The 519th Hospital Center is the most decorated tactical hospital in the active Army. Assigned to the 30th Medical Brigade, they have earned the motto, "Skilled and Resolute!"
The 421st Medical Battalion (Multifunctional) provides scalable, flexible, and modular medical mission command, health service support, force health protection, and medical synchronization of assigned and attached medical forces in support of U.S. Army Europe and 7th Army, or any directed global contingency operation. The 421stMMB's multi-faceted capabilities include Level I and II combat health support, combat operational stress control, preventive medicine, medical logistics and veterinary services in support of Unified Land Operations.
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