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Wishing Success to Departing NCR Leader, Army Maj. Javier Trevino (Shawntel Trowell, ASBP blood donor recruiter, National Capital Region)
Completing his term as Chief of Blood Services at the Armed Services Blood Bank Center – National Capital Region (ASBBC-NCR) and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s (WRNMMC), Army Maj. Javier Trevino, has moved on to serve in San Antonio, Texas.

4-1 FA Supports ASBP Blood Drive (Deylon Douglass, ASBP blood donor recruiter, Fort Bliss, Texas)
Fort Bliss, Texas, is home to an Army rapid deploying unit, the 1st Armored Division. The Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) Fort Bliss Blood Donor Center (FBBDC) conducted a blood drive at the 4th Battalion 1st Field Artillery Regiment (4-1 FA) on Sept. 14; the Soldiers convened to donate on behalf of their fellow service members.

Team Dover Supports Lifesaving Mission (Mauricio Campino, Dover Air Force Base, DE)
Since 1952, the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) has been collecting, processing and distributing blood products for the military community. Following the Korean War, the ASBP became the sole provider of blood and blood products for the U.S. armed ...

“Bear”ly Holding On (Jeffery Diffy, ASBP blood donor recruiter, North Chicago, Ill.)
It was a beautiful day in 1989 when Don Coverston was attacked by a bear while alone in the Alaskan wilderness. The attack jeopardized his life; fortunately, through his own resolve and thanks to the medical care he received- including blood transfusions- he survived.

Marines Donate Blood Pre-Labor Day Weekend (Cesar Fontanilla, ASBP blood donor recruiter, Camp Pendleton, Calif.)
As Marines at Camp Pendleton, California, prepared to take their leave during the Labor Day holiday weekend, some made time to help the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) by donating blood.