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ASBP Kicks Off Annual Blood Drives at Cadet Summer Training (Deylon Douglass, ASBP blood donor recruiter, Fort Bliss, Texas)
More than 1000 cadets attending basic and advanced camp training entered Smith Gym at Fort Knox, Kentucky as the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) kicked off the annual Cadet Summer Training (CST) blood drive on July 2. Cadets from all over the country registered and rolled up ...

ASBP Announces New Change of Leadership (Christina Carelli, ASBP staff writer)
This July, the Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) welcomed new Division Chief Army Col. Audra L. Taylor to the military’s blood program and bid “fair winds and following seas” to the departing division chief, Navy Capt. Roland L. Fahie.

The City of Jonesboro Gives Back, Saves Lives (Carl Norman, ASBP blood donor recruiter, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.)
In a great show of support, the Jonesboro, Arkansas community showed up to save lives at the Armed Services Blood Program blood drive April 17-18.

Over 130 people made their way to the Military ...

The Race to Find a Match (Jeffery Diffy, ASBP blood donor recruiter, North Chicago, Ill.)
Navy Recruit Rina Cabrera Atocha was born in Lima, Peru in 1993. Born prematurely, Atocha would need blood in order for a chance to survive and develop. Now, 25 years later, Atocha is alive to share her story because of the blood donors that saved her life. Recently, she donated blood to the Armed Services Blood Program, knowing how much just one donation can help those in need.

Steel Squadron Hosts Blood Drive (Staff Sgt. Taresha Hill, 3rd Cavalry Regiment PAO, Fort Hood, Texas)
Soldiers with Field Artillery Squadron “Steel,” 3rd Cavalry Regiment hosted a one-day blood drive June 5, at the Robertson Blood Center (RBC) at Fort Hood, Texas.

Soldiers first volunteered at the squadron’s headquarters building where, Army 1st Lt. Danielle Salley, a ...