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Consistent Leadership by Example
(Jeffery Diffy, ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter, North Chicago, Ill.)
“WANTED: Hard-charging Navy professionals to transform civilians into sailors. E5 and above are eligible for the #1 Sailorization and Mentoring shore duty that the Navy has to offer.” Every Navy petty officer that has ever wanted to wear the red rope of a recruit division commander at the Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill., have heard...
Last “Hooyah” Blood Drive Held at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton
(Cesar Fontanilla, ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter, Camp Pendleton, Calif.)
The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton held their last ASBP blood drive Nov. 25 because a new hospital is set to open in mid-December. But the ASBP won’t be without blood donations from the hospital for long as the new location will continue to provide consistent support...
Fort Bragg Rolls Out New Blood Mobile
(Linda Ellerbe, ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter, Fort Bragg, N.C.)
The Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center recently rolled out its brand new blood mobile. The mobile is a state-of-the-art vehicle which should bring a lot of attention as the blood center team travels across Fort Bragg, N.C., collecting blood.
Who’s the BOSS?
(Victor L. Shermer, ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.)
Is the boss always right? In most cases, the answer is probably yes. In the case of the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash, the answer is definitely yes. It has been a year since BOSS sponsored its last ASBP blood drive; but on Nov. 15, staff members at the ASBBC-PNW couldn't wait...
She’s a QA Lady
(Lisa Lynn, ASBP Blood Donor Recruiter, Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss.)
For nearly 13 years, Angie Bergeron has worked for the Armed Services Blood Program. Her most recent position is as the quality assurance officer at the Keesler Air Force Base Blood Donor Center. She reviews products and services to make sure they meet certain standards of quality.
NYC Paramedic, Army Reservist, Avid ASBP Supporter
(Carl Norman, ASBP Donor Recruiter, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.)
It’s 1999 and a pair of New York City paramedics are fighting to save a pregnant 17-year-old girl’s life. She’s been stabbed several times in a domestic argument. She’s gone into traumatic labor and is losing blood quickly. The pair quickly treat her the best they can and then...
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