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LTC C. William Fox, Jr.

External Researcher

C. WILLIAM FOX, JR., M.D., is en route to assignment as the Commander of Bayne-Jones Army Hospital, Ft. Polk, LA, where he concurrently will serve as Command Surgeon of the Joint Readiness Training Center. Lieutenant Colonel Fox received his undergraduate degree in biology at the University of San Francisco and his medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD. A Special Forces officer and flight surgeon, he has commanded a variety of unique organizations, including a Special Forces Medical Training Company, an Army airborne forward surgical team, and a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. He also has served as Command Surgeon for the Army's Special Operations Command. Lieutenant Colonel Fox's operational experience includes numerous Special Forces missions to Latin America and Africa, and a number of complex medical operations on the African continent. He also served in combat in Operation DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM.

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SSI books and monographs by LTC C. William Fox, Jr.

  • Military Medical Operations in Sub-Saharan Africa: THE DoD

    June 01, 1997

    Authored by LTC C. William Fox, Jr..
    Lieutenant Colonel C. William Fox, Jr., a physician who has had extensive experience in U.S. activities in Africa over the past two decades, has personally supervised operations that have considerable potential as models for future regional involvement. In this publication, he offers a rationale and vision for future DoD activities in Africa.