Dennis Doyle

Brigadier General (Retired) Dennis Doyle’s 34 years of dedicated, selfless service culminated with his assignment as the 17thChief, U.S. Army Medical Service Corps.  His contributions to DUSTOFF, the AMEDD and the Army were paramount as evidenced by his multiple, successful, command assignments (seven) that included command of the 421st Evacuation Battalion (DUSTOFF Europe) where, under his leadership, the Battalion won the coveted Ellis Parker award for the best Combat Support Aviation Battalion in the Army.   His career was distinguished by multiple combat tours including command assignments of Medical Task Force 10 during OIF 05-07 and Task Force 30 during OEF where his Brigade was the first theater level medical command & control headquarters and recognized as “the finest Medical Brigade ever deployed in warfare.”  BG(R) Doyle exemplified the excellence of a professional leader and DUSTOFF aviator throughout his career. BG(R) Doyle was inducted into the DUSTOFF Hall of Fame on 5 April 2020.


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