COL KEVIN J. STEVENS
Colonel Kevin J. Stevens began his Career as an enlisted Soldier in 1974. He transitioned from the rank of Sergeant to a commissioned Officer in 1987 after earning his Bachelor of Science in Psychology graduating as a Distinguished Military Graduate. He holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Masters in Strategic Studies as well. His military education includes the completion of the Medical Service Corps Basic and Advanced Courses, the Combined Arms Services Staff School, the Combat Casualty Care Course, the United States Army Command and General Staff College and the Air War College.
Upon completion of the Officer Basic Course, COL Stevens was assigned with the 25th Infantry Division Hawaii serving 4 years as a Platoon Leader in the 1st of the 14th Infantry Battalion and later as platoon leader and Operations Officer in the 25th Medical Battalion.
Upon completion of the Advanced Course, COL Stevens served as the Medical Operations Officer with the 7th Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He then served as Company Commander with the 307th Forward Support Battalion, in support of the 1st Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Following company command, COL Stevens deployed to Haiti with the US Support Group Haiti as the Medical Operations Officer.
In May 1996 COL Stevens was assigned to the 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, where he served in the 115th Forward Support Battalion as the S3 followed by his second command, Company Commander HHC, 1st Cavalry Division Support Command, 1st Cavalry Division Medical Operations Chief, and then transitioned to the Support Operations Officer, 1st Cavalry Division Support Command. Subsequently, he was nominated for and served as the Medical Operations Advisor to the Saudi Arabian National Guard in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. COL Stevens transferred back to Fort Hood serving as Chief of Medical Operations and Plans in III Corps Headquarters. Beginning in Feb 2003, COL Stevens deployed with the 5th Special Forces Group to Jordan and Iraq as the Special Operations Medical Planner with the Coalition Joint, Special Operations Task Force. Upon redeployment he was assigned to the 61st Medical Battalion, 13th Corps Support Command, Fort Hood as the Battalion Executive Officer. COL Stevens was then assigned to Fort Sam Houston Texas as Chief, Medical Operations Branch. In May 2005 he returned to Fort Hood Texas and was assigned to the 4th Sustainment Brigade, 4th Infantry Division as the Deputy Commanding Officer and Executive Officer where he deployed to Taji, Iraq, OIF/OEF 06-08. COL Stevens then commanded the 4th Sustainment Brigade Troops Battalion and deployed in support of OIF/OEF 08-10. Upon redeployment COL Stevens was then assigned to the United States Special Operations Command, Tampa, Florida as the Deputy Command Surgeon. He attended the Air War College 2010/2011 and upon graduation was assigned to the 1st Medical Brigade, Fort Hood Texas as the Deputy Commander.
COL Stevens’ awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (1 oak leaf cluster), the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (5 oak leaf clusters), Joint Services commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (4 oak leaf clusters), Joint Services Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal (3 oak leaf clusters), Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Medal (2 oak leaf clusters), Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal (Expeditionary), Global War on Terrorism Medal (Service), Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (4 oak leave clusters), Combat Medical Badge, the Expert Field Medical Badge, Master Parachutist’s Badge, Ecuadorian and El Salvadorian Parachutist Badges, Air Assault Badge and the Ranger Tab.
COL REBECCA L. DOUGLAS
Colonel Rebecca Douglas began her Army career in 1987 after earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. She also holds a Masters Degree in Nursing Administration. Her military education includes completion of the Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Combat Care Casualty Course, the Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties Course, the Instructor Trainer Course, the AMEDD Officer Clinical Head Nurse Course, the Advanced Nurse Leadership Course, the AMEDD Executive Skills Course, the Combined Arms Services Staff School, and Command and General Staff College.
Her units of assignment include General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO; 93rd Evacuation Hospital, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO with duty at Dharan, Saudi Arabia; Moncrief Army Community Hospital, Ft. Jackson, SC; Cadet Command with duty at Ft. Knox, KY; Brooke Army Medical Center, Ft. Sam Houston, TX; Womack Army Medical Center, Ft. Bragg, NC; Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Ft. Gordon, GA; and Evans Army Community Hospital, Ft. Carson, CO.
COL Douglas’ staff nurse experience includes Medicine, Surgery, Orthopedics, and Pediatrics. She has held various leadership positions to include Clinical Head Nurse, Post Anesthesia Care Unit, MEDDAC; Clinical Head Nurse, Orthopedic Unit, MEDCEN; Clinical Nurse OIC, Outlying Health Clinic, MEDCEN; ROTC Nurse Counselor, Cadet Command; Deputy Director, 91C Phase II Course; Deputy Chief, Hospital Education and Training, MEDCEN; Chief, Hospital Education and Training, MEDCEN; Nursing Section Supervisor Medicine and Specialty Care, MEDCEN; Nursing Section Supervisor Department of Medicine, MEDCEN; Director, 68WM6 Phase II Program; Chief, Department of Clinical Nursing, MEDDAC.
COL Douglas’ awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal (5 oak leaf clusters), Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal with 2 bronze stars, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, South West Asia Service Medal with 3 bronze stars, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia), and Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait). She is also a proud member of the Order of Military Medical Merit and a recipient of the Sigma Theta Tau Master of Science in Nursing Excellence Award.
CSM WILLIAM L. MAJORS
Command Sergeant Major William L. Majors entered the US Army in June 1987 and completed Basic Training at Fort Jackson, S.C. He completed the Medical Healthcare Specialist (91B) Military Occupational skills’ Advance Individual Training at Fort Sam Houston, TX.
His assignments include: 5/14th Infantry Battalion (L) with duty at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; 3/15th Infantry Battalion (M) Fort Stewart GA; 2/72 Armored Battalion (AR) Camp Casey, South Korea; 10th Engineer Battalion (EN) Fort Stewart, GA; 3/7th Infantry Battalion (M) Fort Stewart GA; F Co 232nd Medical Battalion, Fort Sam Houston, TX; 32nd Medical Brigade, Fort Sam Houston, TX; USA MEDDAC, Fort Lee, VA; USA Sergeant’s Major Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; 16th Sustainment Brigade, Bamberg, Germany, and U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center, Europe (USAMMCE), Pirmasens, Germany.
He has held various leadership positions to include Emergency Treatment NCOIC, Evacuation NCOIC, Section NCO, Platoon Sergeant, Senior Drill Sergeant, Drill Sergeant Manager, First Sergeant, Operations Sergeant, and Sergeant Major.
CSM Majors’ military schools include: Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Drill Instructor Course, and the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy – Class 58. He has an Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts, and is currently working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Homeland Security.
Awards include: Bronze Star Medal, with (V) Device, Meritorious Service Medal (2OLC), Army Commendation Medal (4OLC), Army Achievement Medal (4OLC), Army Good Conduct Medal (8th Award), National Defense Service Medal with 2 bronze stars, Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asia Service medal with 2 bronze stars, Iraq Campaign Medal with 2 bronze stars, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon with numeral 4, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon with numeral 2, Meritorious Unit Citation (1OLC). He has earned the Expert Field Medical Badge, Air Assault Badge, Combat Medical Badge, and the Drill Sergeant Identification Badge. CSM Majors is also a proud member of the Order of Military Medical Merit.