IMG_0010 HM1 Castilleja in a Special ops camp outside of Kabul during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, 2011. IMG_6445

I Am Navy Medicine: Naval Hospital Bremerton 2015 Jr. Sailor of the Quarter Lt. Kathleen Saul, Psychologist


As related to Douglas H Stutz, Naval Hospital Bremerton Public Affairs I am currently assigned to Naval Hospital Bremerton as Staff Psychologist, division officer for Mental Health Clinic, Squadron Psychologist for Commander Submarine Group Nine (COMSUBGRU NINE) and Submarine Development Squadron Five (SUBDEVRON 5). As a native of Annandale, Virginia and 2004 graduate of Annandale […]

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I am Navy Medicine: 2015 BUMED HQ Sailor of the Year HM1 Jorge Castilleja

HM1 Castilleja in a Special ops camp outside of Kabul during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, 2011.

I was born in Baytown, Texas in 1985. I joined the Navy in 2005 because I wanted to see the world and I became a hospital corpsman because of their heritage. I am a sailor by choice, a preventive medicine technician by trade, a hospital corpsman at heart, but most importantly I am Navy Medicine. Development […]

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Hospital Corpsman #ThankfulFor Small Acts of Kindness


Editor’s note: On November 26, Good Morning America featured Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class (HM2) Shannon Thompson as part of its “Thankful Happens Here” series celebrating military heroes, their families and community members who made a lasting impact. Here is HM2 Thompson’s story.   I was raised to be nice to everyone. As my parents always said, […]

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A Thank You Letter to My Family


I want to take this time to thank you for everything you do. You have been there for me no matter what. Through all the holidays when I was deployed, you have always been there.             For the last 17 years, you have supported me through numerous deployments. Each time I get underway, I do […]

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A Message from the Navy Surgeon General: Tobacco Kills


By Vice Adm. Matthew L. Nathan, Navy surgeon general and chief, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Recent events across the globe demonstrate that we are living in dramatic and challenging times. Around the world, Navy Medicine is ensuring the health and readiness of every Sailor, Marine and their family, and in doing so, […]

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