COL Timothy E. Lamb hails from Portsmouth, Virginia and received
his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1983, from Norfolk State University (NSU).
He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army,
Medical Service Corps in July1983 after completion of the Reserve
Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at NSU. In 1994, he completed a Master
of Science Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University.
His military training and education includes the Medical Service Corps,
Basic and Advance Courses, the United States Army Medical Materiel Agency
Logistics Management Course, and resident Command and General Staff College.
He is a Senior Service College graduate of the Industrial College of the
Armed Forces where he also received a Master of Science Degree in National
Resource Strategy from the National Defense University, June 2004.
COL Lamb's Army career began in 1984 with his first assignment to the
101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Kentucky where he
served as Medical Platoon Leader, 2/502nd Infantry Battalion. He was next
assigned to 326th Medical Battalion, 101st Airborne where he served in
subsequent positions as Division Medical Supply Officer; HHC, Executive
Officer; and finally Commander, Bravo Company. Additional assignments
include Theater Medical Logistics Plans and Operations Officer, U.S.
Southern Command, HQ, Quarry Heights, Panama, during Operation Just
Cause (1989); Chief Materiel Introduction and Fielding Branch, U.S.
Army Medical Material Agency (USAMMA), Fort Detrick, MD; Chief Supply
Operations Division, 18th MEDCOM, Korea; and Executive Officer, 147th
Medical Logistics Battalion, Fort Sam Houston, TX. He was then assigned
to the Department of the Army Surgeon General's office as Medical Liaison
Officer, to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Pentagon, Washington,
DC. His next assignment was at Fort Bragg, N.C., where he served in
subsequent positions as Commander, 32nd Medical Logistics Battalion and
Chief of Logistics, Womack Army Medical Center. COL Lamb was assigned
(2004-2006) as the Chief of Staff, 30th Medical Brigade, Heidelberg,
Germany and as Deputy Commander, TF30th Medical Brigade (Multi-National
Corps Iraq). Following deployment, he was assigned as Commander, United
Army Medical Materiel Agency, Fort Detrick, MD and then assigned to the
Pentagon on the Joint Staff as Chief, J4-Health Service Support Division
and Deputy, Joint Staff Surgeon from 2008-2010. COL Lamb was last assigned
as Director of Logistics, Office of the Surgeon General, Falls Church, VA.
COL Lamb's awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal,
Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious
Service Medal (6 OLC), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal
(1 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (2 OLC), Expert Field Medical Badge, Airborne Badge,
Air Assault Badge, Army General Staff Badge, Joint Staff Badge and the Order of
Military Medical Merit.