Emma Bane, left, and Forrestine Bane, right, promote Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr. during a ceremony in his honor at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Emma Bane, left, and Forrestine Bane, right, promote Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr. during a ceremony in his honor at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023. Col. Bane is director of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity’s Force Health Protection Division, Emma is his daughter, and Forrestine is his mother. USAMMDA, the DoD’s premier developer of world-class military medical capabilities, develops, delivers, and fields critical drugs, vaccines, biologics, devices, and medical support equipment to protect and preserve the lives of Warfighters across the globe. (U.S. Army Photo by Cameron E. Parks/Released) (Photo Credit: Cameron Parks) VIEW ORIGINAL
Family members of U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr. gather for a photo after his promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Family members of U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr. gather for a photo after his promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023. Bane’s family, friends, and colleagues with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) attended the ceremony the day before Thanksgiving as he was promoted to the rank of colonel in the United States Army. Bane is the director of USAMMDA’s Force Health Protection (FHP) Division. USAMMDA, the DoD’s premier developer of world-class military medical capabilities, develops, delivers, and fields critical drugs, vaccines, biologics, devices, and medical support equipment to protect and preserve the lives of Warfighters across the globe. (U.S. Army Photo by Cameron E. Parks/Released) (Photo Credit: Cameron Parks) VIEW ORIGINAL
Newly promoted U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr. speaks during a promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Newly promoted U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr. speaks during a promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023. Bane’s family, friends, and colleagues with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) attended the ceremony the day before Thanksgiving as he was promoted to the rank of colonel in the United States Army. Bane is the director of USAMMDA’s Force Health Protection (FHP) Division. USAMMDA, the DoD’s premier developer of world-class military medical capabilities, develops, delivers, and fields critical drugs, vaccines, biologics, devices, and medical support equipment to protect and preserve the lives of Warfighters across the globe. (U.S. Army Photo by Cameron E. Parks/Released) (Photo Credit: Cameron Parks) VIEW ORIGINAL
Newly promoted U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr., left, and U.S. Army Col. Chad C. Black, right, recite the military Oath of Office
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Newly promoted U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr., left, and U.S. Army Col. Chad C. Black, right, recite the military Oath of Office during a promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023. Bane’s family, friends, and colleagues with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) attended the ceremony the day before Thanksgiving as he was promoted to the rank of colonel in the United States Army. Bane is the director of USAMMDA’s Force Health Protection (FHP) Division and Black is the military deputy to the vice president for research and director of the Biomedical Instrumentation Center at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. USAMMDA, the DoD’s premier developer of world-class military medical capabilities, develops, delivers, and fields critical drugs, vaccines, biologics, devices, and medical support equipment to protect and preserve the lives of Warfighters across the globe. (U.S. Army Photo by Cameron E. Parks/Released) (Photo Credit: Cameron Parks) VIEW ORIGINAL
U.S. Army Lt. Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr., left, and Col. Chad C. Black, right, march front and center during a promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – U.S. Army Lt. Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr., left, and Col. Chad C. Black, right, march front and center during a promotion ceremony at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023. Bane’s family, friends, and colleagues with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) attended the ceremony the day before Thanksgiving as he was promoted to the rank of colonel in the United States Army. Bane is the director of USAMMDA’s Force Health Protection (FHP) Division and Black is the military deputy to the vice president for research and director of the Biomedical Instrumentation Center at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. USAMMDA, the DoD’s premier developer of world-class military medical capabilities, develops, delivers, and fields critical drugs, vaccines, biologics, devices, and medical support equipment to protect and preserve the lives of Warfighters across the globe. (U.S. Army Photo by T. T. Parish/Released) (Photo Credit: T. T. Parish) VIEW ORIGINAL

U.S. Army Col. Charles “Chuck” Bane Jr.’s family, friends, and colleagues with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) attended his promotion ceremony the day before Thanksgiving at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Maryland, Nov. 22, 2023. Bane is the director of USAMMDA’s Force Health Protection (FHP) Division.

USAMMDA, the DoD’s premier developer of world-class military medical capabilities, develops, delivers, and fields critical drugs, vaccines, biologics, devices, and medical support equipment to protect and preserve the lives of Warfighters across the globe.