Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Recognizes Warrior Care Month

November 2018 marks the tenth anniversary of Warrior Care month. “This November in particular, I ask you to become more informed about and share warrior care resources,” encouraged principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs Thomas McCaffery. “Explore new ways to exhibit your own strength by helping our wounded, ill, and injured service members, families, and caregivers realize their own potential and do your part to inspire year-round discourse and action to support warrior care priorities.”

Read the full DoD Memo from principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs Thomas McCaffery

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Oct. 23, 2018) – Thomas McCaffery (principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs), spoke with corpsmen from Naval Hospital Jacksonville after an all-hands call at the hospital on Oct. 23. On Oct. 1, NH Jacksonville, including its five branch health clinics in Florida and Georgia, became the first Navy medical treatment facility to transition to the Defense Health Agency and establish a Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command. (Military Health System photo by the MHS Communications Office/Released).

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (Oct. 1, 2018) – Thomas McCaffery (principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for health affairs) and Vice Adm. Rocky Bono (director, Defense Health Agency) welcomed the military hospitals and clinics that transitioned to the Defense Health Agency on Oct. 1, 2018 during a video teleconference meeting at the Defense Health Headquarters in Fall Church, Va. (Military Health System photo by the MHS Communications Office/Released).