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Cuddy, John J

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Personal name headingCuddy, John J.
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Biography/History noteMajor General John James Cuddy, U.S. Army, retired. Major General John J. Cuddy retired from service January 1, 1999.
Associated placeDubuque (Iowa) Fort Hood (Tex.) Fort Ord (Calif.) Fort Sam Houston (Tex.) Heidelberg (Germany) Milwaukee (Wis.) Saint Louis (Mo.) Tehran (Iran) Vicenza (Italy) Washington (D.C.)
LocatedAppleton (Wis.)
Place of birthSioux Falls (S.D.)
Field of activityDental health education Dentistry Dentistry, Military Military administration Military education
AffiliationDamall Army Hospital (Fort Hood, Tex.) Dental Associates, Ltd Dental Facility (Appleton, Wis.) Silas B. Hays Army Hospital (Fort Ord, Calif.) U.S. Army Medical Personnel Center
Academy of Health Sciences (U.S.) United States. Army Medical Department (1968- ) American Dental Association United States. Army. Dental Corps United States. Army. European Command United States. Army Health Services Command Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.) Loras College Marquette University U.S. Army Command and General Staff College U.S. Army Dental Activity United States. Army Medical Command US Army Medical Department Center and School Webster College
Profession or occupationDentists Educators Medical teaching personnel United States. Army--Officers
Special noteDo not confuse with: Cuddy, John, Father (no2006104212); Cuddy, John (no 00100124 )
Found inThe Capability of the health care industry to support Department of Defense mobilization requirements, 1988: t.p. (John J. Cuddy, USA)
Senior officer oral history program, Major General John J. Cuddy, USA, retired, 2003: appendix B (John James Cuddy was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota; received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Loras College [in Dubuque, Iowa] in 1964; graduated from Marquette University Dental School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1969; appointment as a Dental Corps Officer; in 1979 he received a Masters' Degree in Health Care Facilities from Webster College, St. Louis, Missouri; military education includes the AMEDD Officer's Advanced Course, the United States Army Command and General Staff College, and Industrial College of the Armed Forces; appointment as Deputy Surgeon General, U.S. Army; appointed as Chief, Army Dental Corps; Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Medical Command, Commander, U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School, and Installation Commander, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Deputy Commander, Health Care Operations, U.S. Army MEDCOM (Prow) and Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Health Services Command, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Deputy Commander, 7th Medical Command/Assistant Chief Surgeon, U.S. Army Europe in Heidelberg, Germany; Assistant Chief of Staff, Dental Service, HQ 7th MEDCOM, Heidelberg, Germany; Dental Corps Education Officer, U.S. Army Medical Personnel Center, Washington, D.C.; Commander, Vicenza DENTAC/102nd Medical Detachment (Dental Service), Vicenza, Italy; Instructor, Dental Science Division, Academy of [Health] Sciences, Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Commander, U.S. Army Dental Activity, Tehran, Iran; General Dental Practice Instructor, Damall Army Hospital, Fort Hood, Texas; General Dentistry Resident, Silas B. Hays Army Hospital, Fort Ord, California; retired 1/1/99; member of the American Dental Association; Diplomat of the Army Board of General Dentistry; awarded Membership in the American Academy of General Dentistry; associated with Dental Associates, Ltd; Clinic Director of the Appleton, Wisconsin dental facility)
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