Sgt. Kil Jong Lee, PHCR--Pacific, works through the Physical Fitness Test portion of the Best Warrior competition on his way to earning the top non-commissioned officer spot.

Public Health Command Best Warriors compete

Once a year, the 12 Best Warriors from each of five regions and the USAPHC headquarters come together to compete to become the command's Best Warriors....READ MORE


Mission Statement: Promote health and prevent disease, injury and disability of Soldiers and military retirees, their families, and Department of the Army civilian employees; and assure effective execution of full-spectrum veterinary service for Army and Department of Defense veterinary missions.

Vision Statement: World-class provider of public health services across DA and DOD.


There is a limitless potential for public heath to do good. The USAPHC must - and will - deliver recommendations that come from the best science available, and must deliver the public health perspective and messages time and time again. This is necessary if we are to create a sustainable, proactive system that maximizes quality of life for all.

Col. John V. Teyhen, III, Commander, U.S. Army Public Health Command


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