Gen. (Dr.) Jeffrey B. Clark
welcomed Smith and Fehrenbach
to the medical center for their presentations.
A 20-year Air Force combat veteran, Fehrenbachs father was an Air Force career navigator and his
mother was an Air Force nurse.
He joined the Air Force in 1991 and flew combat missions over Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo.
has flown the F-15E Strike Eagle, F-16, T-43, T-37, T-39, T-2, and the EF-111A Raven aircrafts.
Smith is the deputy chief of staff for the Army Reserve
A four-year Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship recipient and graduate of the University of Oregon
was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Quartermaster Corps
During her more than 27-year military career, she has served in a variety of logistics, operations, training and personnel assignments, including duty in the Republic of Panama, Costa Rica and Afghanistan.
The general has served in multi-functional logistics units, initial entry training/basic combat training units, the Joint Readiness Training Center, Army Reserve Regional Readiness Commands and on the Department of the Army Staff.
In 2010, she deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, serving as the chief of Army Reserve Affairs, United States Forces-Afghanistan.
was honored and humbled to be at Walter Reed Bethesda
, describing the experience as surreal to be on a military installation and see the rainbow gay pride flag displayed.