About the Association of Army Dentistry
The Association of Army Dentistry honors our past,
prepares for the present, and inspires the future of Army Dentistry.
The Association of Army Dentistry (AAD) is incorporated in the state of Texas and recognized by the IRS as non-profit under IRS Section 501(C)(3).
The Association is managed by a:
- Board of Directors
- Elected President and Vice President
- Executive Director
- Secretary and Treasurer
- Constitution and By-Laws
“Once a Soldier, Always a Soldier…a Soldier for Life”
The “U.S. Army Retired Soldier Handbook” is for Soldiers and family members. It provides information on retirement programs, benefits and entitlements.
The mission of the Association of Army Dentistry is to advancee Army Dentist by promoting morale and esprit de corps; supporting activities focused on recruitment and retention; providing dental education and coaching/mentoring; recognizing those who serve and have served the Nation via Army Dentistry; and fostering an appreciation of Army Dentistry’s history and its accomplishments.
How do I edit my profile? I need to change my addresses (home and work), and indicate that I am now officially an ORF!
1) Please click on “My Profile”
2) Find the “gear icon” – In the tan box, same line as your name
3) Click on the gear box to expose the profile menu
4) Select “Edit Profile”
5) Update your profile and click “Update Profile”
I hope that helps. Let us know if you further questions or concerns.
Obituary information for a retired Army Dental Corps officer:
Dennis E. Parmer, COL (ret), Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, passed away on 28 March 2016. Dennis was born in 1936 (specific date not known to me). Thought he should be added to the In Memoriam site.
Trying to find the Transitioning Contact list…can’t find it on the website….Larry