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Welcome to the Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center website. As part of the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP), the official United States military blood program, your donation serves as a vital link to military service members and their families worldwide.

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Doug Yost (left), historic preservation compliance officer on Fort Bliss, shows Everett Thomas (right), curatorial coordinator at the El Paso Museum of History, a picture of the mural that is behind the wall at the Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center.  Parts of the mural can be seen through the panel on the wall.

Donor Center Leaves Historic Memories Behind
After more than 13 years, the Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center at building 7167 is relocating to a newly renovated building on the main post. The blood donor center is ...

Army Command Sgt. Maj. Carl Dwyer (left), William Beaumont Army Medical Center command sergeant major, and Army Col. Michael S. Heimall (right), WBAMC hospital commander, present Army Maj. Christopher B. Cordova (center), with a Recognition for Outstanding Support certificate during the Fort Bliss Blood Donor Recognition Ceremony.

Fort Bliss Donors Recognized at Ceremony
In recognition of National Blood Donor Month, the Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center held its fourth annual Blood Donor Recognition Ceremony to thank blood, platelet and ...

Andy the Armadillo sits in the chairs donors sit in to donate blood to show them if he can get in the chair, so can the Soldiers!  Robbie the Blood drop stood by for moral support.

Texas Roadhouse Mascot Joins BOSS at Blood Drive
Texas Roadhouse and their mascot, Andy the Armadillo, attended the Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers blood drive Jan. 21 to spread cheer and to support both...

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