COL Craig Webb graduated from the University of
Arizona at Tucson, Arizona in 1986, earning a Bachelor
of Science in Microbiology.
Thereafter, he attended the Exercise Physiology
Graduate Program at the University of Arizona from 1986 to 1987.
He then attended medical school at the Arizona
College of Medicine, graduating with a Doctor of
Medicine Degree in 1991.
He completed his internship and residency in
Pediatrics at Madigan Army Medical
Center, Fort Lewis, Washington,
COL Webb is a graduate of the AMEDD Officer Basic
and Advance Courses and the Army Command and General
COL Webb’s past assignments include Deputy
Commander for Clinical Services, Irwin Army Community
Hospital, Fort Riley, KS; Chief, Department of Primary
Care and Community Medicine, Irwin Army Community
Hospital, Fort Riley, KS; Officer In Charge, Detainee
Medical Clinic, Task Force 14th Medical, Camp
Cropper, Iraq; Deputy Commander for Clinical Services,
Guthrie Army Health Clinic, Fort Drum, New York;
Squadron Surgeon, 2nd Squadron, Third Armored
Cavalry Regiment, deployed in support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom; Assistant Chief of Pediatrics, Pediatric
Clinic, Fort Carson, Colorado; and Assistant Chief of
Pediatrics, Pediatric Clinic, Heidelberg, Germany.
He is currently the Chief of the Department of
Medical Readiness, Evans Army Community Hospital, Fort
COL Webb’s awards and decorations include the
Bronze Star with one Oak Leaf Cluster, the Meritorious
Service Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters, the Army
Commendation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal with six
Oak Leaf Clusters, the Iraqi Campaign Medal and the
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal. He is
authorized to wear the Valorous Unit Award emblem for
his service with the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment, and
the Meritorious Unit Award for his service with Task
Force 14th Medical.