Col. Stephen (Steve) A. Barnes is a native of Madison, Wisconsin, and earned his commission in the Medical Service Corps through Army ROTC at Wheaton College in May 1991. Barnes' duty assignments include service at Fort Benning, Georgia; Fort Rucker, Alabama; Korea; Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Alaska; HRC; and White Sands Missile Range with combat deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, as well as operational deployments to Bosnia and Central America. More
Serves as the Capability Developer for Army Aeromedical Evacuation (per AR 40-60). Provides guidance and direction for the development of medical evacuation operational concepts and capability requirements across Unified Land Operations for the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD).
Army AE maintains America's trust as an adaptable, capable, expeditionary, and ready force multiplier that enables combatant commanders the ability to respond, prevent, shape, and win while achieving a 95% patient evacuation survivability rate.
For more information, call (334) 255-1166 or visit the Medical Evacuation Proponency Division website on AKO.
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