534th Medical Detachment Change of Responsibility
Story by Pfc. Fabian Ortega
13th COSCOM Public Affairs Office
The 21st Combat Support Hospital, 534th Medical Detachment held a change of responsibility ceremony at 13th Corps Support Command Guidon field here July 22.
The outgoing detachment sergeant, Sgt. 1st Class Eric W. Flemming Sr., a native of Hallandale, Florida, relinquishes responsibilities to Sgt. 1st Class Robbin R. Meyer, former 1st Medical Brigrade assistant S3 non-commissioned officer in charge and plans/missions NCO.
Meyer's military education includes PLDC, BNCOC, ANCOC, EOR Course, Battle Staff Course (2003) and Master Fitness Trainer Course.
A native of Shelbyville, IN, Meyer entered the Army in November 1989 and attended basic training at Fort Dix, NJ and advanced individual training at Fort Sam Houston, Texas as 91B medical specialist. Meyer began her career in 1990 as line combat medic when she was in 9th Infantry Division, Ft. Lewis, WA. In 1995, Meyers began her tenure at Fort Hood holding several key leadership positions along the way. She served as the Battalion Aid Station NCOIC at National Training Center in August 1998; S3 Operations NCO, 61st Area Support Medical Battalion; S3 Operations and Training NCO, 36th Medical Evacuation Battalion.
She also served a brief stint at Camp Long/Wonju, Korea in November 2000. Since December 2001 she has been assigned to HHC, 1st Medical Brigade and deployed with the unit to Iraq for OIF in March 2003 where she worked as the Battle NCO.
Cpt. Chriscilia S. Lyles, commander of the 534th Medical Detachment, passes the guidon to the incoming detachment Sergeant, Sgt. 1st Class Robbin R. Meyer, during a change of responsibility ceremony held at Guidon field here July 22.