• Col. David Baty (left) Fort Gordon Dental Clinic Command (DENTAC) commander, and Col. Stanley McNeme (right), Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic (LJTMC) DENTAC commander, roll up the LJTMC DENTAC colors today at the Fort McPherson Post Theater. Assisting is Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Franklin (center), LJTMC DENTAC senior dental NCO. The casing of the colors, which will never be flown again, signify the deactivation of the clinic, which has served members of all branches of the U.S. military.

    Fort McPherson’s dental clinic cases colors

    Col. David Baty (left) Fort Gordon Dental Clinic Command (DENTAC) commander, and Col. Stanley McNeme (right), Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic (LJTMC) DENTAC commander, roll up the LJTMC DENTAC colors today at the Fort McPherson Post Theater...

  • Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic (LJTMC) dental clinic staff members cut a cake today in remembrance of the times shared at the clinic, which cased its colors earlier in the day at the Fort McPherson Post Theater. The dental clinic, as well as LJTMC, will close due to BRAC July 15.

    Fort McPherson’s dental clinic cases colors

    Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic (LJTMC) dental clinic staff members cut a cake today in remembrance of the times shared at the clinic, which cased its colors earlier in the day at the Fort McPherson Post Theater. The dental clinic, as well as LJTMC...

  • Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Franklin (right), senior dental NCO, prepares to receive a Meritorious Service Medal for assuming additional duties to help prepare the clinic for BRAC closure. McNeme (center), presented the award, held by Spc. Myrna Marcucci, dental assistant.

    Fort McPherson’s dental clinic cases colors

    Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Franklin (right), senior dental NCO, prepares to receive a Meritorious Service Medal for assuming additional duties to help prepare the clinic for BRAC closure. McNeme (center), presented the award, held by Spc. Myrna Marcucci...

  • Col. Deborah Grays, U.S. Army Garrison commander (left), speaks with retired colonel Kent Percy (right), the first commander of the dental clinic. Also pictured is Pixie McNeme, wife of current dental clinic commander Col. Stanley McNeme.

    Fort McPherson’s dental clinic cases colors

    Col. Deborah Grays, U.S. Army Garrison commander (left), speaks with retired colonel Kent Percy (right), the first commander of the dental clinic. Also pictured is Pixie McNeme, wife of current dental clinic commander Col. Stanley McNeme.

Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic's Dental Clinic cased its colors July 8 at the Fort McPherson Post Theater. The casing of the colors, which will never be flown again, signify the deactivation of the clinic, which has served members of all branches of the U.S. military.

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