Medical Readiness Command, Europe hosts MEDCOM Deputy Commanding General (Operations)

By Kirk FradyMarch 26, 2024

Brig. Gen. Roger Giraud (left), Commanding General of Medical Readiness Command, Europe and Director of Defense Health Network Europe, takes time for a photo with Brig. Gen. Thad Collard (right), Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for U.S. Army Medical Command at Sembach, Germany Mar. 26, 2024.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Roger Giraud (left), Commanding General of Medical Readiness Command, Europe and Director of Defense Health Network Europe, takes time for a photo with Brig. Gen. Thad Collard (right), Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for U.S. Army Medical Command at Sembach, Germany Mar. 26, 2024. (Photo Credit: Kirk Frady) VIEW ORIGINAL
Brig. Gen. Roger Giraud (left), Commanding General of Medical Readiness Command, Europe and Director of Defense Health Network Europe, takes time for a photo with Brig. Gen. Thad Collard (right), Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for U.S. Army Medical Command at Sembach, Germany Mar. 26, 2024.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Brig. Gen. Roger Giraud (left), Commanding General of Medical Readiness Command, Europe and Director of Defense Health Network Europe, takes time for a photo with Brig. Gen. Thad Collard (right), Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for U.S. Army Medical Command at Sembach, Germany Mar. 26, 2024. (Photo Credit: Kirk Frady) VIEW ORIGINAL

SEMBACH, Germany -- Brig. Gen. Roger Giraud (left), Commanding General of Medical Readiness Command, Europe and Director of Defense Health Network Europe, takes time for a photo with Brig. Gen. Thad Collard (right), Deputy Commanding General (Operations) for U.S. Army Medical Command on Mar. 26. Collard is visiting and assessing military treatment facilities, as well as multiple stakeholders across the theater during his visit to Europe. (Photos by Kirk Frady)

As the Army's only forward stationed medical readiness command, Medical Readiness Command, Europe provides sustained health services in support of forces in U.S. Army Europe and Africa and United States Army Central to enable readiness and conserve the fighting strength. This mission is accomplished by MRC,EUR personnel assigned across Europe, Africa, and Central Asia, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.