COL Daniel J. Moore, CRDAMC Commander
Colonel Daniel Moore enlisted as an optometry/ ophthalmology technician and served in 1st Armored Division’s main medical company during the Gulf War. After a short break in service, Colonel Moore received a commission as a Medical Services Corps Officer from the University of South Florida. He subsequently completed the Officer Basic Course followed by flight school. Colonel Moore holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from Troy University and a Master of Strategic Studies from the Army War College.
His previous assignments include: Medical Evacuation Pilot, Fort Wainwright, Alaska; Operations Officer, Medical Evacuation Pilot, Fort Carson, Colorado; Division Evacuation Officer, 2nd Infantry Division; MEDEVAC Doctrine Course Director, Fort Rucker; Current Operations Officer, 44th Medical Command; Operation Iraq Freedom; Commander, Cajun Dustoff, Fort Polk; Chief of Plans, 1st Medical Brigade; Task Force Med, Operation Enduring Freedom; HQDA Evacuation Officer and Deputy Chief of Force Management, Office of the Surgeon General; Commander, 1-228th Aviation Regiment, Honduras. Executive Officer, 1st Medical Brigade; Commander, 28th Combat Support Hospital/16th Hospital Center, Fort Bragg; Chief of Plans, Office of the Surgeon General.
He is also a graduate of Army Medical Department Officer Basic and Advanced Course, U.S. Army Command, Army Flight School, General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College.
His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (one oak leaf cluster), Meritorious Service Medal (five oak leaf clusters), Army Commendation Medal (eight oak leaf clusters), Operation Iraqi Freedom Campaign Medal, Operation Enduring Freedom Campaign Medal, Senior Aviator Badge, Expert Field Medic Badge, Parachutist’s Badge, and the Air Assault Badge.
CSM Elvin Medina, Senior Enlisted Advisor
Command Sergeant Major Elvin Medina attended Basic Combat Training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, as a Preventive Medicine Specialist in the Army Medical Corps.
Command Sergeant Major Medina has served as Preventive Medicine Technician, Medical Platoon Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, Preventive Medicine Section Sergeant, Area Support Medical Company 1SG, Special Forces BN Senior Medical Sergeant, Operations NCO, Chief Clinical NCO, Operations SGM, and BN CSM.
Command Sergeant Major Medina’s stateside assignments include USAMEDDAC Fort Polk, LA; 528th Special Operations (SB) in Fort Bragg, NC; USASOC in Fort Bragg, NC; 36TH Medical Company—Area Support 261ST Medical Battalion (Multifunctional) in Fort Bragg, NC; and CSM, Public Health Command Atlantic in Fort Meade, MD. His overseas assignments include 1st BN /508th PIR Airborne Combat Team in Vicenza, Italy; 1ST BN/10TH SFG (A) in Stuttgart Germany (2 tours); HHC, 30th Medical Brigade in Sembach, Germany; 421ST Medical Battalion (Multifunctional) in Baumholder, Germany. He has deployed to CENTCOM, AFRICOM, EUCOM, and PACOM areas of responsibilities.
His military and civilian education includes the Preventive Medicine Specialist course, the Airborne course, and the Jumpmaster course among others. He has attended to all levels of NCOPDS and he is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Majors Academy (Class #65). CSM Medina has an Associate Degree in Management and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.
His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (2nd award), the Meritorious Service Medal (4th award), the Army Commendation Medal (7th award), the Army Achievement Medal (4th award), the Combat Action Badge, the Combat Medical Badge, the Expert Medical Badge, the Airborne Badge, the Senior Parachutist Badge, the Master Parachutist Badge, the Air Assault Badge, and several foreign awards. Command Sergeant Major Medina is a proud recipient of The Order of Military Medical Merit.