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May 1, 2023

Accessions Medical Leadership Come Together for Collaboration and Coordination

After a four-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the USMEPCOM Medical Leadership Training Symposium (MLTS) returned, bringing the top command doctors and leadership together for three days of activities and presentations.

April 17, 2023

Stepson of USMEPCOM Commander Enlists

When your father and grandfather were both Army Aviation Officers, and your stepmother is currently an Army colonel, following their legacy seems like an obvious path to pursue. That is, of course, if you aren’t a 22-year-old wanting to forge your very own path. Instead of choosing to “Be All You Can Be” with the Army, Carter Stallings decided to enlist and “Aim High” with the Air Force. Carter is the stepson of Army Col. Megan Stallings, commander, USMEPCOM, and his father is retired Army Col. Chris Stallings (current executive director of Naval Service Training Command). His father was on active duty before he was even born, so Carter grew up on various bases and military communities. From a young age, he favored Airmen wings to the Army’s five-pointed star.

March 31, 2023

Working Hard for the Mission: USMEPCOM, Recruiting Partners Working Overtime to Get the Job Done

Starting in April, USMEPCOM will reintroduce Saturday processing days at select MEPS around the country.

March 14, 2023

Portland MEPS Technician's Quick Action Disrupts Gunman

It was close to 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 16 and the dinner rush was in full effect at a pub in Troutdale, Ore. A man entered the pub armed with a shotgun tucked under his arm. Visibly intoxicated, he quietly approached the bar with the intent of confronting the bartender on duty that night. What he didn’t plan on was two incredibly brave and selfless

Feb. 15, 2023

SMDRP Update: Streamlining and Standardizing MEPS Medical Processing

With hundreds of medical providers of various specialties working at 65 Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS) and two Remote Processing Stations across the country, standardizing the medical qualification process for military applicants is a challenge. United States Military Entrance Processing Command (USMEPCOM) took that challenge head on with recent updates to the Supplemental Policy Guidance (SMPG) and Supporting Medical Documentation Review Program (SMDRP).

Feb. 8, 2023

User-Centered Approach Guides USMIRS Evolution

The development and launch of USMEPCOM Integrated Resource System (USMIRS) 1.1 in 2021 was one of the most critical modernization efforts in USMEPCOM’s history. Feb. 10 marks the second anniversary of the system launching, but there are no “terrible twos” here. With updates released biweekly and major innovations due later this year, USMIRS 1.1 is on track to reach high viability before it even turns three.

Feb. 2, 2023

30-Minute Thursdays

USMEPCOM’s J-3 Policy and Training branch kicked off a new weekly forum, “30 Minute Thursdays,” on Jan 12. The forum provides an opportunity to share information about fast-paced policy updates and guidance released in support of rapidly changing accessions processing.Hosted on a dedicated Microsoft Teams channel at noon CDT every Thursday, subject

Jan. 27, 2023

Fort Lee wins MEPS of the Year

The Fort Lee Military Entrance Processing Station celebrated its own excellence Wednesday with a ‘MEPS of the Year Celebration’ here.United States Military Entrance Processing Command recognized Fort Lee as its national MEPS of the Year, as Fort Lee outperformed all other MEPS in the country for Fiscal Year 2022.“This is a huge deal,” said U.S.

Jan. 6, 2023

Immersion training: Info Tech Specialist dive deep into training

Information Technology Specialist (ITS) Immersion Training is a two-week training course held at USMEPCOM offering in-depth training on various operations of software and hardware computer support.

Nov. 30, 2022

USMEPCOM and Recruiting Partners Streamline Waiver Process

USMEPCOM implemented a program to allow applicants with frequently waivered medically disqualified conditions to conditionally enroll in the delayed entry program.