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Command Ombudsman

The Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Command Support Team (CST) is a group comprised of the Naval Hospital's Commanding Officer, the Executive Officer and their spouses, the Command Master Chief, the Command Family Readiness Officer, the Family Readiness Assistants and our Command Ombudsman.

The group serves as a community resource linking staff members, patients, families and community residents to the Naval Hospitals senior leadership. We assist our families and customers by providing current information about hospital services and business operations, as well as providing timely, accurate responses to questions and concerns. CST members are available to address concerns, meet with individuals or groups, and assist with issues from updates on services to fielding suggestions that may improve or enhance our facility.

The Family Readiness Officer (FRO) is a link to the Command's families, the community and the Command's Leadership and staff. The FRO provides information on resources and referrals as needed to the Command's families and constituents. Advises the Command's leadership on family programs and events, and is the team leader for the Family Readiness Assistants and the Command Ombudsman. The FRO is the channel for official information from the command to the families, utilizing the FRA's and the Command Ombudsman, the FRO disseminates timely and critical information, regularly, via telephone and e-mail. The FRO also serves as a referral source to military and civilian support organizations like, Fleet and Family Support Centers, American Red Cross, Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society, Chaplains, medical facilities, and legal assistance offices. These organizations are valuable resources in obtaining assistance for command family members and providing support to family members seeking professional assistance and counseling.

The Navy Family Ombudsman is vital to the welfare of the command's families, and in this unique role, as an officially appointed volunteer, the duties are wide-ranging. The Ombudsman knows when to provide information, when to be a referral source and how to be receptive to family members when they call.


Serves as a communications link between the families and the command, an Ombudsman, in their official role, are not counselors or social workers, but act as an advocate for the command families by using their knowledge of the system, and their ability to help access the appropriate level of the chain of command for intervention. The Ombudsman is also knowledgeable in forwarding suitable requests or grievances up the chain of command while exercising confidentiality.

Supports command-sponsored groups and activities and advertise support group activities, as permitted by the command. You can contact a CST member by phone or e-mail utilizing the information below. A CST representative will generally get back to you by the next business day.

First Marine Expeditionary Force:

Family Readiness Web Site and Toll-Free Information Line:

The MEF has established a toll-free information line to access current information.For access, please call 1-866-676-0662, then dial the number for the corresponding units below.

1 for I MEF
2 for I MHG
3 for 1st MARDIV
4 for 3rd MAW
5 for 1st FSSG
6 for 11th MEU
7 for 13th MEU
8 for 15th MEU
9 for 1st MARDIV units

The Navy Fleet and Family Support Center:
The Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP) provides unified, customer-focused, consistent, and efficient FFSP programs and services to support sustained mission and Navy readiness. We provide the right services at the right time, to strengthen personal and family competencies to meet the unique challenges of the military lifestyle.
Family Team Building:
The Marine Corps Family Team Building mission is to enhance Marine Corps Family Readiness, to prepare our families so that they can successfully meet the challenges of the military lifestyle and to enhance mission readiness. MCFTB programs provide educational resources and services to foster personal growth and enhance the readiness of Marine Corps families. These programs are supported at all major installations by Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) through a staffed MCFTB office.
Exceptional Family Member Program:
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) was established in 1987 to assist active duty service members in providing for the special needs of family members before, during and after relocation required by a change of duty assignment to a new location. The program ensures every attempt is made to mesh military career and special needs whenever possible
(user id: military password: onesource); The Military Services (Navy, Marine Corps, Army and Air Force) have put together a "One stop information shopping" network. You may contact this site at 1-800-342-9647 or by going on line via the above link.
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Congratulations on your orders to Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton located in beautiful southern California. Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton is a 42 inpatient bed facility, overlooking the Pacific Ocean and is located approximately 1/2 mile from the main gate at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, CA. The Base is located approximately 35 miles north of San Diego and 100 miles south of Los Angeles. When you arrive aboard MCB Camp Pendleton, you will either be travelling along Interstate 5 (I-5) or Interstate 15 (I-15).


From San Diego and areas north and east of Camp Pendleton, take Interstate 5 to the Camp Pendleton exit. After passing through the main gate of the Base, continue on Vandegrift Blvd. for 0.6 miles. Hospital is located on the right side of the road. For more Welcome Aboard information please click HERE.

Welcome Reservists!

Naval Hospital Camp PendletonOperational Support Office (Reserve Liaison Office)

The Operational Support Office is located in the Human Resources Department on the fourth floor of Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton (across from Dental).

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You may reach us at:

HMC(SW/AW) Ramona J. Jones,
760-719-4638 or by email at

For more Reservist Welcome Aboard information please click HERE.


Let's talk about what you will need to do once you arrive at the Naval Hospital to make your check-in process as smooth as possible. Your first stop will be at the Quarterdeck. This is where you will have your orders endorsed. You MUST report in the Uniform of the Day and have your Service Record (Enlisted) and a copy of your PCS orders. You will then be directed to the Human Resources Department (HRD), Rm. 1055.*

*(If you report to the OOD after normal working hours, then report to MPMD at 0730 the next working day.)

This is the next step in your check-in process. Here you will be asked to provide a substantial amount of information and will have to fill out a few forms. This step in your process is the most time consuming, but is also the most important.
Here is a detailed list of the information you will be asked to provide:

All Members:

- Blood Type
- Citizenship
- Current Address (or BEQ room number)
- Date of Rank
- Date you checked out of your last command
- End of Active Obligated Service (EAOS)
- Ethnic Group
- Home of Record
- NEC/Designator
- Phone Number
- Projected Rotation Date (PRD)
- Years of Education


- BSC (found on your orders)
- Date of last FITREP


- Sub-specialty
- Year of Residency



Command indoctrination is a vital part of your check-in process. Once you arrive, one of your stops will be at the Staff Education and Training Department. Here, you will be given dates for your Welcome Aboard Seminar/Command Indoctrination Course.

This is a two day course and is MANDATORY for all incoming personnel. Below is a list of other classes you will be required to attend based on your Rank/Rate. If you have any questions please contact your command sponsor or the Education and Training Department at (760) 725-1408.

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(Alcohol and Drug Awareness for Managers and Supervisors) Required for all E-5 and above.


(Alcohol Awareness) Required for all E-4 and below.

HM Basic Skills

Hospital Corpsman, E-4 and below only, are required to take this 5 day course to test their basic skills such as Sutures, and IV insertion.

Customer Relations

Mandatory for all incoming personnel.

Privately Owned Vehicle (POV):

If you own a vehicle, you will need your vehicle registration and DOD Decal number in order to get your Naval Hospital Parking Permit.

The Joint Reception Center is where you will need to go to have your vehicle registered onboard MCB Camp Pendleton. They are located in the 13 Area, building 130132.

You will need to bring:
- Armed Forces ID card
- Driver's license
- Proof of insurance
- Smog certificate (out of state only)
- Your vehicle registration

Joint Safety Center:

If you are under 26 years old, you will also need to attend a MANDATORY Driver Improvement Course. This course can be scheduled through the Joint Safety Center, Building 2622, (760) 725-3672. You will not be able to register your vehicle onboard MCB Camp Pendleton without completing this course.

Graduate Medical Education

"Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton (NHCP) offers an outstanding environment for Family Medicine training. We deliver a world-class, full-scope learning experience that promotes clinical excellence. We are the only residency program in the facility, providing robust exposure to primary care, inpatient care, maternity and newborn care, Sports Medicine, and procedural training. Our residents perform nearly every procedure a Family Physician can do including minor procedures, joint injections, acupuncture, point-of-care ultrasound, vasectomy, colposcopy and LEEP, exercise treadmill testing, obstetrical ultrasound, and vaginal delivery.

We graduate leaders. Residents achieve increasing independence and responsibility during their time here. They become teachers for their junior residents and clinical team. They become recognized leaders in the hospital as active participants in process improvement and key members on the hospital committees that influence patient care policy.

We have 13 full-time Family Medicine faculty, all board-certified and passionate about resident education. Backgrounds are diverse, including a wealth of operational military experience and a strong corps of civilian physicians from across the country. Numerous faculty have fellowship training and Certificates of Additional Qualification (CAQ) in Faculty Development, Geriatrics, and Sports Medicine. We are also the host program for the Navy's only Sports Medicine Primary Care Fellowship.

We are a proud member of the medical community in San Diego County, enjoying long-standing partnerships with regional facilities that enhance the diversity and quality of the resident experience. Our residents rotate with experts at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NICU, ICU, Endocrinology), Rady Children's Hospital (Inpatient Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine), Tri-city Hospital (Inpatient Adult Medicine), and Palomar Hospital (Trauma Emergency Medicine). We also enjoy close ties with BOTH blue-side Navy (San Diego) and green-side USMC (Camp Pendleton) operational units and medical teams.

Southern California, of course, boasts great weather, great attractions, and great activities. Surfing, running, cycling, sailing, camping, and hiking are common diversions. Disney World, Sea World, and the San Diego Zoo are here. We are close to Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Joshua Tree National Park, Death Valley, the Grand Canyon, and Catalina Island. There probably is not a better place in the world to watch baseball. The San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Anaheim Angels are all nearby, as are several other Los Angeles sports teams.

We are excited to host medical students, who quickly become important members of our team. We hope to give all medical students a broad experience in Family Medicine and a clear understanding of who we are. Students spend most of their time in the clinic caring for patients with faculty and residents. They also spend time on the inpatient service and have opportunities to work on Labor & Delivery and with our Sports Medicine team. There may also be opportunities for experience with local operational units.

Are we the right residency program for you? For students, callus ore-mailto set up a rotation. if you are GMO, FightSurgeon or Dive Officer Looking for a residency starting in the PGY-2 year, we can arrange a tour and interview. We'd love to hear from you andget to know you.

Noa C. Hammer, MD MPH
Program Director."

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How old is the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton? ›

It was established in 1943 on Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores, near Lake O'Neill, to care for the sick and wounded during World War II. It was built quickly, initially with temporary wood-frame buildings on 252 acres. By 1945 it had expanded from 600 to 1,584 beds.

Where is the largest naval hospital? ›

Located within the grounds of Balboa Park in San Diego, the U.S. Navy's largest West Coast hospital has played a role in the city's history for more than 100 years.

Who is the commanding officer at Camp Pendleton? ›

Brigadier General Jason Woodworth currently serves as the Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations West-Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California.

What base is Balboa Naval Hospital? ›

1968 street view of Balboa Naval Hospital, also known as Naval Medical Center San Diego, and Bob Wilson Naval Hospital. It is located within the grounds of Balboa Park and has played a role in the history of San Diego for more than 80 years, beginning as a hospital tent set up during World War I.

What is the biggest U.S. military hospital? ›

Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) is the United States Army's premier medical institution. Located on Fort Sam Houston, BAMC, a 425-bed Academic Medical Center, is the Department of Defense's largest facility and only Level 1 Trauma Center.

How many naval hospital ships are there in the United States? ›

The U.S. Navy has two hospital ships: the USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) and the USNS Comfort (T-AH-20). These ships are unmistakable, with their gleaming bright white hulls and huge red crosses painted on the sides.

Which is the biggest naval base in the world? ›

Top 10 Biggest Naval Bases in the USA - YouTube

What is the oldest naval hospital? ›

Nation's Oldest Naval Hospital

The cornerstone of Building Number One at the Portsmouth Naval Hospital was laid on April 2, 1827. It began treating patients three years later in April of 1830 or just as soon as the north wing was finished.

What is the biggest hospital in North America? ›

Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center in Florida is the biggest hospital in the US based on bed size.

What is Camp Pendleton famous for? ›

Camp Pendleton trained the country's fighting force for the Korean and Vietnam Wars, with approximately 200,000 Marines passing through the Base on their way to the Far East. The Corps broadened its capabilities during the 1980's from "amphibious" to "expeditionary" by combining infantry, armor, supply and air power.

Who is the highest person in the Marine Corps? ›

COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS – the highest-ranking Marine Officer, also a four-star general, serves on the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Who are the 4 star generals in the Marine Corps? ›

List of generals
1Alexander A. Vandegrift2
*Roy S. Geiger0
2Clifton B. Cates4
3Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr.7
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Is San Diego the largest naval base? ›

Naval Base San Diego, also known as 32nd Street Naval Station, is the second largest surface ship base of the United States Navy and is located in San Diego, California.

What is the Navy base called in San Diego? ›

Naval Base Coronado

Naval Amphibious Base Coronado is home to the U.S. Navy's special and expeditionary warfare training and the West Coast base of operations for SEAL teams and Special Boat Units.

What is the best military hospital in the US? ›

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD - Rankings, Ratings & Photos | US News Best Hospitals Rankings.

Which hospital is #1 in the US? ›

The #1 hospital in the nation - About Us - Mayo Clinic.

Why is it called 37 military hospital? ›

The hospital was originally established and commissioned on 4th July 1941 to provide treatment for troops injured in the Second World War. It gained the name 37 because it was the 37th military hospital to be built in the British Empire and was changed to 37 Military Hospital of the Gold Coast in 1956.

What is the largest naval shipyard in the United States? ›

Norfolk Naval Shipyard abbreviated as NNSY, is a U.S. Navy facility located in Portsmouth, Virginia. Norfolk Naval shipyard is the oldest, most multifaceted, and largest industrial facility that belongs to the U.S. Navy.

Is it a war crime to sink a hospital ship? ›

In all other circumstances, attacking a hospital ship is a war crime. Modern hospital ships display large Red Crosses or Red Crescents to signify their Geneva Convention protection under the laws of war. Even so, marked vessels have not been completely free from attack.

Do Navy hospital ships have weapons? ›

They do carry weapons, but only defensive armaments, and they can't transport members of the Navy who hold combat specialties, such as naval aviators, special operations troops or submarine or surface warfare officers.

What is the most secure military base in the world? ›

Located at the border of Southern Nevada, Area 51 is a top-secret military facility for U.S. security. Until recently, the CIA never even acknowledged the existence of such a building. Consequently, many of Area 51's security measures remain unknown to the general public.

What is the oldest US naval base? ›


USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned ship in the United States Navy.

What is the oldest hospital in the U.S. still in use? ›

Founded in 1736, Bellevue is the nation's oldest public hospital.

Which hospital is the oldest in the world? ›

St Bartholomew's Hospital, commonly known as Barts, is a teaching hospital located in the City of London. It was founded in 1123 and is currently run by Barts Health NHS Trust.

What is the oldest public hospital in America? ›

NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue is the oldest hospital in America. We trace our roots back to 1736 when a six-bed infirmary opened on the second floor of the New York City Almshouse.

What is the richest hospital? ›

Top 50 hospitals by net patient revenue
Hospital NameCityState
Stanford HospitalStanfordCA
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterHoustonTX
Cedars-Sinai Medical CenterLos AngelesCA
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterNew YorkNY
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Which US city has the best hospitals? ›

US Results
2Los Angeles89.89
3New York89.33
24 more rows

What are the top 5 hospital systems in the United States? ›

Largest Health Systems
  • HCA Healthcare (Nashville, Tenn. ...
  • Veterans Health Administration: 171 hospitals.
  • Ascension (St. ...
  • CommonSpirit Health (Chicago): 137 hospitals.
  • Trinity Health (Livonia, Mich. ...
  • Community Health Systems (Franklin, Tenn. ...
  • LifePoint Health (Brentwood, Tenn. ...
  • Tenet Healthcare (Dallas): 65 hospitals.
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What is the biggest military base in California? ›

Location. Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL), CA. is the largest U.S. Army Reserve Command post with approximately 165,000 acres. FHL is located in Monterey County, in the central coast of California, 150 miles south of San Francisco and 250 miles north of Los Angeles.

What is the best Marine base? ›

Top 5 duty stations in the Marine Corps
  1. Marine Corps Base Hawaii. You're in Hawaii. ...
  2. Camp Pendelton, California. ...
  3. Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. ...
  4. Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, California. ...
  5. Marine Corps Detachment, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
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What family owns Camp Pendleton? ›

It's owned by the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the feds share it with the state National Guard, a juvenile jail, and some other tenants. It too is prime seaside land. It too is named Camp Pendleton.

What rank do most Marines retire at? ›

It will generally take an officer in the Marine Corps16 to 22 years to rise to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. As a result, many career officers who are eligible to retire after 20 years of active service retire at this rank.
O-5 Lieutenant Colonel - U.S. Marine Corps Ranks.
ClassField Officer
Basic Pay$6,112/mo
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What is the best height for a Marine? ›

Marine Corps Height Requirements

The average height for a male Marine in the field is 5'9″ and for a female Marine, 5'4″. If you're below these height requirements, you could be disqualified from joining or your training could be delayed until you meet the criteria.

Who is the only 6 star general? ›

So yes, there is an equivalent of a six-star general rank on the books in the US Military, but it has only been given to two people in history: John J. Pershing and George Washington, Generals of the Armies of the United States of America.

Who is the youngest Marine general? ›

He was the youngest active duty Marine ever promoted to the rank of general and the first active duty Marine Naval Aviator to be promoted to a 4-star rank.
Earl E. Anderson
Service/branchUnited States Marine Corps
Years of service1940–1975
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Who is the only 5 star general? ›

In September 1950, Omar N. Bradley became the fifth Army general to be promoted to five-star rank. The five-star rank still exists, although no U.S. officers have held it since the death of General Bradley in 1981. The president may promote a general or admiral to five-star rank at any time, with Senate approval.

Who is the most famous Marine general? ›

Puller is the most decorated Marine in American history. He was awarded five Navy Crosses and one Distinguished Service Cross. With six crosses, Puller is second behind Eddie Rickenbacker for citations of the nation's second-highest military award for valor.

What state has the most naval bases? ›

California is home to more military installations than any other state, with a total of 32. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and National Guard/Reserve bases are located across California.

What is the third largest naval base? ›

NSA Crane is the third largest naval installation in the world by geographic area and the closest community is the small town of Crane, which lies adjacent to the northwest corner of the facility. Workforce: Approximately 3600 Navy Employees.

Where is the largest submarine base in the world? ›

This submarine base covers about 16,000 acres (6,400 hectares) of land, of which 4,000 acres (1,600 hectares) are protected wetlands.
Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay
Controlled byUnited States Navy, other users are the United Kingdom's Royal Navy
Site history
Built1 July 1978
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Where do most Navy families live in San Diego? ›

Otay Ranch is currently the most extensive residential development in San Diego. The suburb is highly recommended for military personnel who are looking of large houses.

What is the largest naval base on the West Coast? ›

Naval Station San Diego is one of the multitude of military bases in California owned and operated by the United States Navy. In fact, this is the largest one located on the West Coast. It is the base with the most important operations in the Pacific. It hosts more than 50 ships on 13 piers.

Is Camp Pendleton the largest military base? ›

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is the major West Coast base of the United States Marine Corps and is one of the largest Marine Corps bases in the US.

Does the U.S. have an underwater base? ›

Its mission is to assist in establishing and maintaining naval ability of the United States through testing, evaluation, and underwater research.
Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center
TypeMilitary base
Site information
Controlled byUnited States Navy
Site history
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What does the navy call their bases? ›

Bases for military ships are called naval bases.

What are 3 bases in the navy? ›

Top 5 naval bases
  • Naval Station Rota. What more, in life is there than beautiful beaches, great food, and great drink? ...
  • Naval Air Station Sigonella. Capt. ...
  • Naval Air Station Pensacola. ...
  • Naval Base Pearl Harbor. ...
  • Naval Base Coronado.
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When was Camp Pendleton hospital built? ›

On May 13, 1971, ground was broken at the new hospital site, and in December 1974, the hospital had its first occupants. On March 19, 2009, construction of a new Navy hospital for Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton was approved in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

How old is 37 Military Hospital? ›

The hospital was originally established and commissioned on 4th July 1941 to provide treatment for troops injured in the Second World War. It gained the name 37 because it was the 37th military hospital to be built in the British Empire and was changed to 37 Military Hospital of the Gold Coast in 1956.

How old is the Navy hospital corpsman? ›

Tags. ATLANTIC OCEAN — The hospital corpsman (HM) rate was established 124 years ago and has been saving lives and maintaining the well-being of service members ever since. On June 17, 1898, President William McKinley signed a bill that established the U.S. Navy HM rate.

When did the Naval Academy hospital close? ›

At 7:24 p.m. March 27, 2017, the ensign was ceremoniously lowered for the last time after 110 years of continuous patient care at 250 Wood Road on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy.

What is Camp Pendleton famous for? ›

Camp Pendleton trained the country's fighting force for the Korean and Vietnam Wars, with approximately 200,000 Marines passing through the Base on their way to the Far East. The Corps broadened its capabilities during the 1980's from "amphibious" to "expeditionary" by combining infantry, armor, supply and air power.

How many beds does Naval hospital Camp Pendleton have? ›

The 42 bed facility is a medium size, teaching hospital that provides outpatient and inpatient care for active-duty service members, their family members, retirees and other eligible beneficiaries.

What is Camp Pendleton worth? ›

The official base guide estimates the value of land and improvements at more than $1.7 billion. That's way up from the $4.2 million the military paid in 1942 after seizing an old rancho — once owned by Andrés and Pio Pico — as a Pacific training base. It's named for Maj.

Can civilians be seen at military hospitals? ›

Most, but not all, base medical facilities have the resources to provide emergency treatment to a civilian injured on the job.

Can civilians go to military hospital? ›

A military hospital is a hospital owned and operated by the armed forces. They are often reserved for the use of military personnel and their dependents, but in some countries are made available to civilians as well.

Which country has the biggest military hospital? ›

It is the largest military hospital in the Republic of Ghana after the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. The name 37 was because it was the 37th military hospital to be built in the British colony of West Africa. The hospital is also known for the story of the bats who never left their chief.
37 Military Hospital
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Are Navy corpsman respected? ›

5. Navy Corpsmen are held in the highest respect. They are outdoors in all the wet, cold or hot weather the Marines are in and walk and carry the same gear as they do and when the Marines get injured they risk their lives to save them.

What rank is a Hospital Corpsman in the Navy? ›

Navy E-4/5/6 Hospital Corpsman Rating Badges. Criteria: Worn by Hospital Corpsmen (HM) with ranks from Petty Officer 3rd Class (E-4) to Petty Officer 1st Class (E-6). Hospital Corpsmen are medical professionals who provide healthcare to service members and their families.

Are Navy corpsman Special Forces? ›

A Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC) is a United States Navy hospital corpsman who provides MARSOC and other USSOCOM units advanced trauma management associated with combatant diving and parachute entry.
Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman
SpecialtySpecial Operations Medical
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Which is the largest Naval Academy in world? ›

United States Naval Academy - Wikipedia.

What is the Naval Academy famous for? ›

As the undergraduate college of our country's naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers of competence, character, and compassion in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Naval Academy students are midshipmen on active duty in the U.S. Navy.

Can you walk around the US Naval Academy? ›

The Visitor Center provides guided walking and driven tours for the public and a variety of guided walking tours for private groups. All proceeds from the sale of tours and merchandise benefit the Brigade of Midshipmen activities.


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