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Lt. Col. Gentry Mobley, Lesser Antilles Medical Assistance Team Mission Commander, provides a briefing at U.S. Southern Command headquarters in Miami on Jan. 26, 2023. Throughout this operation a USSOUTHCOM joint team will perform a string of medical assistance operations to provide relief to oversaturated medical professionals in Guyana, Suriname and St. Lucia.
SOUTHCOM Provides Medical Assistance to Lesser Antilles
By | Feb. 1, 2023
Following in the wake of the United States Naval Ship Comfort's recent deployment for operation Continuing Promise, U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) has kicked off operation Lesser Antilles Medical Assistance Team (LAMAT) this week beginning with the arrival of U.S. Military personnel at USSOUTHCOM headquarters in Miami Florida, January 25, 2023

230130-N-DL524-1163 MIAMI (Jan. 30, 2023) Gen. Laura Richardson, commander of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), center, and distinguished guests break ground during a ceremony for the future site of the new military housing complex supporting SOUTHCOM's service members and their families. This will be the first military housing of its kind in South Florida since devastation caused by Hurricane Andrew resulted in the closure of military housing at Homestead Air Force Base more than three decades ago. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Erica Bechard)
Southern Command holds groundbreaking ceremony for new military housing complex
By | Jan. 30, 2023
U.S. Gen. Laura Richardson, commander of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), welcomed distinguished guests from Washington, D.C., the Department of Defense, and leaders from Miami-Dade County to the groundbreaking ceremony for the future site of the new military housing complex supporting the command.

MIAMI​ (Jan. 25, 2023) U.S. Army Gen. Laura Richardson, commander of U.S. Southern Command, and the General Commander of the Colombian Military Forces, Gen. Helder Giraldo, walk to the entrance to the command's headquarters. Giraldo met with Richardson and SOUTHCOM leadership to discuss the command's efforts to strengthen the bilateral defense partnership between the U.S. and Colombia. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Erica Bechard)
Colombia's Gen. Helder Giraldo Visits SOUTHCOM
By SOUTHCOM Public Affairs | Jan. 25, 2023
U.S. Army Gen. Laura Richardson, commander of U.S. Southern Command, hosted the General Commander of the Colombian Military Forces, Gen. Helder Giraldo, at the command's headquarters in Miami today.

U.S. Army COL Kenneth Wilson, a general surgeon for Joint Task Force – Bravo, conducts a hernia removal surgery at the San Francisco Hospital in Juticalpa, Honduras during the Olancho surgical readiness engagement, Jan. 8, 2023. Joint Task Force Bravo conducted a medical engagement in Olancho, Honduras to provide humanitarian assistance and medical services at the request of the government of Honduras.
Joint Task Force – Bravo conducts medical engagement in Olancho, Honduras
By | Jan. 23, 2023
Joint Task Force – Bravo received a unique request during U.S. Southern Command’s Health Engagements Assistance Response Team HEART 2022 mission to work alongside partner nation medical professionals to provide surgical and medical services to communities in Guatemala and Honduras.

LIMA, Peru (Jan. 19, 2023) Capt. Franca Jones, commanding officer, Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU)-6, greets attendees at the command’s 40th anniversary celebration at the U.S. Embassy Campus. NAMRU-6 hosted several visitors and guests from the U.S. and Peru at the event, to include U.S. Ambassador to Peru Lisa Kenna, Rear Adm. Jorge Enrique Andaluz Echevarría, Surgeon General of the Peruvian Navy, Rear Adm. Guido F. Valdes, commander, Naval Medical Forces Pacific and Capt. William Denniston, commander, Naval Medical Research Center. Visitors provided remarks celebrating the history of the command and its ongoing mission. NAMRU-6, part of the Naval Medical Research & Development enterprise, supports Global Health Engagement through surveillance of a wide range of infectious diseases of military or public health significance, including dengue fever, malaria, diarrheal diseases, and sexually transmitted infections. (U.S. Navy Photo by Cmdr. Marshall Hoffman/Released)
NAMRU-6 Celebrates 40 Years of Medical Research
By Sidney Hinds, Naval Medical Research Center | Jan. 19, 2023
LIMA, Peru -- Naval Medical Research Unit (NAMRU)-6 hosted a 40th birthday celebration at the U.S. Embassy campus to recognize the accomplishments and mission of the command on Jan. 19.
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