Guard, Reserve And Active Duty Break Ground On New Medical Facilty

By Maj. Denise Waggoner, 108ARW/PA


After a six-year effort to get federal funding, Col. Maria Morgan joined members of the 108th Air Refueling Wing (NJANG), the 514th Air Mobility Wing of the Air Force Reserves, the project contractor and the 305th Air Mobility Wing at the 305th Medical Group Ambulatory Health Care Center on March 6, to break ground on the Joint Medical Training Facility.

The 15,000-square-foot, $4.9 million facility will house the administrative and dental offices for the Guard and Reserve, and will be connected to the active duty Ambulatory Health Care Center via a covered walkway. It will be the first time Guard, Reserve and active duty units will share a state-of the- art medical complex.