Military commissioning recognition for School of Medicine gradua

Military commissioning recognition for School of Medicine graduates

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Countless Americans serve in the military both at home and abroad. There are many medical military personnel bringing great honor to their profession. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Medicine graduating students were recognized for their commissions at the Military Commissioning Recognition Ceremony today. The following School of Medicine students will honorably serve in the U.S. military.

Aimee Rambie – U.S. Army

Logan Dobbe – U.S. Army

Kate Collins – U. S. Air Force

Erika Anderson – U.S. Air Force

MJ Bollinger – U.S. Navy

Matthew Peterson – U.S. Navy

Rebecca Brady – U.S. Navy

Margaret Santucci – U. S. Navy

Cody Clapp – U.S Navy

Melanie Garcia – U.S. Navy

Annette Sobel, M.D., a former Major General in the Arizona Air National Guard who retired in 2008 after twenty years of military service, was the keynote speaker. The students were joined on stage by Richard Lampe, M.D., and Patrick Reynolds, M.D., Ph.D.

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