The 124th Medical Detachment (Optometry) Deactivates
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Nicole Howell
HONOLULU-- Capt. John Stehulak, the 124th Medical Detachment Commander, passes his cased guidon to the 18th Medical Command (Deployment Support) Commander Col. Bret T. Ackermann, during the 124th deactivation ceremony held at Fort DeRussy, Oct. 7. The deactivation of the 124th Med. Det. was due to ongoing force realignment occurring throughout the U.S. Army. This unit provided optometry care throughout the local Hawaii garrison area of responsibility, Pacific Rim and combat areas during it's tenure under the 18th Medical Command (Deployment Support). The 124th's guidon is safely stowed until the United States Medical Department needs her services again, said Col. Bret T. Ackermann, the 18th MEDCOM (DS) Commander. Then, the 124th will once again activate, uncase her guidon and deploy to wherever needed to execute her mission to standard. Thank you for your service and your leadership on this island, throughout the Pacific Rim, and in combat.
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