• September 30, 2016

Medics earn Army's toughest badge

Capt. Donald Pittcock, the head nurse at the Russell Collier Health Clinic on West Fort Hood, receives his Expert Field Medical Badge from his son, Owen, on Sadowski Field on May 20. Pittcock, a Duncan, Oklahoma native, was one of 17 medical personnel to earn their EFMB on Fort Hood.

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