HEIDELBERG, Germany -- The 30th Medical Command Headquarters and Headquarters Company is scheduled to move to Sembach Kaserne, Kaiserslautern, Germany in fiscal year 2012.

As U.S. Army Europe continues to support Army transformation and the Department of Defense global posture plan, 30th MEDCOM is one of several units scheduled to relocate over the course of the next 12 months, according to the official message published recently.

"Last week, we received official word that the 30th MEDCOM Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC) will be relocating to Sembach in 2012. CSM King and I are committed to making this move a smooth one for all involved. Our goal includes keeping everyone informed of changes and updates as they occur," explained Col. John M. Cho, the 30th MEDCOM commander.

Along with being communicated through unit leaders, updated information will also be available online at the 30th MEDCOM homepage (www.30thmed.army.mil), and the unit Facebook page (www.facebook.com/30thmed).

"In keeping with our covenant to keep 30th MEDCOM Soldiers, Family Members and Civilians abreast of changes in the "best and most powerful MEDCOM in the world," we will be utilizing all avenues - all available media - to ensure the widest dissemination of information," Cho said.

"Thank you for all that you do day-in and day-out," he said. "One Team … Moving Forward!"

Compiled by 30th MEDCOM Public Affairs Office. For more information please contact the PAO at 30thmed.pao@us.army.mil.

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